The final trailer for Guy Ritchie's King Arthur: Legend of the Sword has arrived - and it's pretty badass.
Charlie Hunnam leads the cast as Arthur, a boy raised in a brothel after being forced to flee when his father King Pendragon (Eric Bana) is murdered by his uncle Vortigern (Jude Law).
The movie is set to be released in May and the final trailer shows we have a pretty epic battle on our hands.
"You felt it, didn't you?" The trailer begins. "The Power."
We are then thrown into a crowd scene, with Jude Law's douche-looking King Vortigern ascending to the throne.
Not that we can expect it to last, as Vortigern is told "there are legends of a king" other than himself, which he is none too happy about.
Summoning his cronies to find Arthur may be a bad move, however, as Vortigern then has to watch his nephew pull Excalibur successfully from the stone.
Back in the city, Arthur is taken under the wing of Bedivire (Djimon Hounsou), who recalls the whole father-being-slain story, before encouraging Arthur to rise up and take back the city.
"What you didn't account for, is what you could do with this sword," he says.
However, trouble lies ahead as Vortigern is actually controlling the city with black magic, and is getting stronger by the minute.
"When people fear you, it is the most intoxicating feeling a man can possess," says Vortigern, before shots of elephants, dragons and other mythical beasts are seen flying around.
Expect some CGI-intensive scenes, folks.
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword will be in cinemas May 12.
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