FANS SLAM DAVID BECKHAM ON SOCIAL MEDIA AS THEY RIP TO SHREDS HIS ACTING DEBUT IN KING ARTHUR
David Beckham's acting debut has been widely criticized by fans following the release of the King Arthur trailer on Tuesday.
The former football star made his debut in his friend Guy Ritchie's highly-awaited summer blockbuster alongside film stars Charlie Hunnam and Eric Bana, which will hit UK cinemas on May 19.
David Beckham Played hardened battleguard Trigger in the flick, the 42-year-old's attempts appeared to fall flat for film lovers as they took to social media in their droves to blast his debut.
One Twitter user wrote: 'This is the worst piece of acting I have had the misfortune to witness.'
As another added: 'Just heard a clip of Mr David Beckham in the new King Arthur film oh god it's cringe...'
'Pray for King Arthur! 14% on Rotten Tomatoes. David Beckham can't even save the film. Guy Ritchie not made a good film since Snatch,' one fan tweeted.
Adding: 'I think David Beckham's cameo in King Arthur has kind of put me off watching it.'
Another tweeted: 'The only thing I took away from King Arthur is that David Beckham can't act.And I think I already knew that.'
Before one other user shared: 'The iconic moment when King Arthur pulls the sword from the stone will be in no way undermined by the presence of David Beckham.'
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one user also shared: 'It is simultaneously very funny, extremely predictable, and absolutely depressing that David Beckham is in King Arthur.
Many also condemn director Guy Ritchie who is a friend of David Beckham for casting him in the movie.
Movie director Guy Ritchie (pictured with wife Jacqui) came under fire by social media for casting his pal in the film.