What Font Was Used in King Arthur Logo and Posters?
We have been searching for a while and we couldn’t find the exact font used in King Arthur logo. Probably it’s a custom font, or maybe they customized another font in order to get this.
Anyway, we’ve found a font very similar font used in the movie. This font designed by Peter Wiegel. You can use the font in your personal and commercial projects. Simply download it from the link below.
About King Arthur Movie
This American adventure movie is directed by Antoine Fuqua based on a screenplay written by David Franzoni. John Matthews was the historical consultant for this film. This historical film stars Clive Owen as the main character, Ioan Gruffudd as Lancelot and Keira Knightley as Guinevere.
In this film, Arthur is reinterpreted as an officer rather than a knight and this is unusual. King Arthur was released in 2004 and the filming took place in England, Ireland and Wales. The production budget fit his film was $120 million and the film could gross over $15 million in the opening week and it holds an approval rating of 31% on the Rotten Tomatoes website. The story is set around King Arthur’s ruling period, the period in which the Roman Empire collapsed.
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is a fantasy film released in 2017. The film is directed and written by Guy Ritchie and is one of the films that are inspired by the Arthurian legends. Charlie Hunnam as the title character, Jude Law, Àstrid Bergès-Frisbey, Djimon Hounsou, Aidan Gillen, and Eric Bana are among the stars of this movie. The production budget for this film was $175 million and it could gross $148 million worldwide.
At first, there were plans for the sequels of this movie but then they got canceled after the film couldn’t perform well at the box office. The film holds an approval rating of 31% and an average rating of 4.7/10 based on the reviews it received on the Rotten Tomatoes website.
The film received mixed reviews from the critics and the audience polled gave this movie an average grade of “B+” on an A+ to F scale. In this film, Arthur that is robbed of his birthrights after pulling the sword out of the stone has to acknowledge his true legacy.