Baker helped co-write the script and is producing the film, which is set in a small coastal town in West Australia in the 1970s.After helming several episodes of , the actor, 45, thought it was time to make the leap to feature films.Directed by Guy Ritchie, a respected filmmaker since his 1998 debut “Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels” who was able to turn Sherlock Holmes into a Hollywood action hero with Robert Downey Jr., the film stars Charlie Hunnam as the legend, a casting gamble considering he had not yet proven to be a box office draw.Unfortunately, it appears he still isn’t.“King Arthur” has suffered from a mix of negative reviews with it sitting at 27% on Rotten Tomatoes.Unlike Alexa skills, third-party services for Google Home just work.To use them, you only need to know the invocation, which can be found in the Google Home app under More settings Google is hellbent on adding support for a growing list of smart home brands.
The movie is toplined by “Star Wars” breakout John Boyega, as well as Will Poulter, and Algee Smith.
Internationally, the film brought in .2 million for a global gross to date of 0.6 million.
Of the weekend’s new releases, however, 20th Century Fox’s “Snatched” performed the best, pulling in .5 million.
As the dog days of summer drag on, a trio of wide releases are kicking off the August box office with a whimper.
The weekend’s leader is “The Dark Tower.” Sony and MRC’s long-time-coming Stephen King adaptation starring Idris Elba and Matthew Mc Conaughey is landing on a modest .5 million from 3,451 locations.
is still recovering from jet lag and a lack of sleep since hopping a plane to Cannes. It looks at two daredevil teenage surfers who bond with a reclusive surfer — played by Baker — who challenges them to go to new levels of recklessness.