The very gorgeous Charlie Hunnam says he wasn't happy when he found out David Beckham was going to be in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword!
Charlie Hunnam is 37-year-old British actor best known for his movies Pacific Rim, Children of Men, Green Street Hooligans and TV series Sons of Anarchy.
He married two-years older Katharine Towne in 1999, but the couple divorced in 2002.
Hunnam had his ups and downs in the past. He tried to get the role of Anakyn Skywalker in Star Wars: Episode II, but was not that lucky. Charlie also auditioned for the role of Norse God of Thunder Thor in Marvel's popular super-hero franchise, but the part went to Chris Hemsworth.
Charlie's latest project are Crimson Peak, a Guillermo del Toro's Gothic horror movie, and The Lost City of Z, action adventure film about British explorer Percival Fawcett, who disappeared in Amazon forest in the beginning of the 20th century.
His latest movie is King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, about a well known tale of Knights of the Round table, wizard Merlin and magical sword Excalibur. Film was directed by Guy Ritchie, and the world premiere is set for tomorrow, May the 12th.
Hunnam was spotted on British premiere of the movie, where he was talking about how they wanted to show new face of King Arthur and his knights.