New film under fire
Guy Ritchie's new Knight's of the Round Table -- King Arthur movie is facing being dumped on the cutting room's floor following a Facebook revolt by history enthusiasts intent on boycotting the #Film. Originally planned for release in early 2016, the film was postponed until July 2016, but in light of the threat of a major boycott, has now been postponed further until February 2017. With fears of a stock exchange collapse to the value of their shares, Warner Bros film studios are running scared from a growing movement of people calling into question the fairy tale events of ancient British history which Guy Ritchie is peddling on behalf of a German royal dynasty.
Championed by historical detectives Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett, the real story of King Arthur differs greatly from the romantic fiction which the 15th century French writer Chretien de Troys wrote. Blaming the 12th century historian Geoffrey of Monmouth for rolling two King Arthurs into one, the ancient Khumry manuscripts chronicle at least five King Arthurs throughout ancient British history, of which the first fought the Romans and the second fought the Saxons.
Labeled barbaric and uncivilized Celts by historians in allegiance with a succession of European royal dynasties, the ancient Khumry records paint a very different picture of British history than what is being taught in schools today. Starring Charlie Hunnam, Astrid Berges-Frisbey, Eric Bana and Jude Law, the fairy tale that a pauper from ancient Londinium pulled a sword from a stone to become King of all Britain couldn't be further from the truth.
King Arthur I son of Magnus Maximus of the late 4th Century AD and King Arthur II of the late 6th Century AD, can both trace their family lines back to the British Emperor Constantine the Great and back further to the Holy family itself which entered Britain in AD 37.
Going where other historians fear to tread, Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett claim to know the location of the Ark of the Covenant, King Arthur II's grave and even where the body of Jesus Christ rests. Everything we know about our ancient history is wrong. The Roman's never conquered Britain. The Khumry, (wrongly named as the Celts,) were a mighty civilization and the demise of the Arthurian Kingdom and the advent of the Dark Ages was due to asteroid debris hitting Britain around 562 AD.
With Guy Ritchie facing family problems outside of the Hollywood studios he directs for, his goal of making six King Arthur movies appears to be fading fast. With the rumour of a rival King Arthur movie, being made by independent British movie makers, and with the backing of billionaire Richard Branson, it would seem the fable of a King being crowned by pulling a sword from a stone will finally be laid to rest.
The ancient prophecy says that King Arthur will return in our nation's darkest hour. That hour is fast approaching.#Celebrities #Cinema