Cursed : Netflix’s New TV Show Looks Like Game of Thrones Meets The Hunger Games
Her next TV obsession, Cursed, hits Netflix on July 17th and it plays none other than Katherine Langford for 13 reasons why. But this time she traded Hannah Baker's tapes for Excalibur.
Based on a series of books of the same name, the expected summer fantasy series of the streaming platform is "a reinterpretation of the Arthurian legend, told through the eyes of Nimue, a teenage heroine with a mysterious talent who is destined to become the mighty ( and tragic) Lady of the Lake, ”says the Netflix press website. Langford plays Nimue.
"After the death of her mother, she found an unexpected partner in Arthur, a young mercenary, to find Merlin and deliver an old sword," continues the series description. "As they travel, Nimue becomes a symbol of courage and rebellion against the terrible Red Paladins and their complicit King Uther."
Netflix has released the first pictures of the show on Twitter to delight fans:
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Katherine Langford, Daniel Sharman, Devon Terrell and Gustaf Skarsgård play the leading role in #Cursed, a new series that reinterprets the Arthurian legend and tells it through the eyes of a young woman destined to be the powerful (and tragic) Lady of to become the lake. FIRST SIGHT:
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And on June 18, Netflix released a teaser trailer. Convince yourself below:
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the cursed writer and executive producer Tom Wheeler described Langford as a "sword singing badass" that gives "legendary characters" emotions and humanity without losing their sense of elementary magic and epic uses. "Um, sold .
In the event that you are not interested in King Arthur, Merlin and the Knights of the Round Table, it is said that the Lady of the Lake (aka Nimue) gave a young Arthur the mythical sword Excalibur to defeat Mordred. a malicious traitor. After that, a lot of drama goes down, but you don't have to be an Arthurian to watch this show.
Because of the trailer alone, Cursed delivers some serious Game of Thrones and The Witcher vibes, while Nimue sounds like the next Katniss Everdeen. In other words, I'm all there.
Cursed drops on Netflix July 17th.
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