The first trailer came from the new Netflix series Cursed, which tells the story of King Arthur and his legendary sword Excalibur. The fantastic series based on the illustrated novel of famous comic book artist Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler, will be released on Friday, July 17 with its first season of 10 episodes.
Continuing to consistently expand the range of content in its library, the digital streaming platform Netflix has released the highly anticipated official trailer of Cursed, the new adaptation of King Arthur legend.
The series, inspired by the famous illustrated novel by Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler, also on the New York Times Bestseller List, collaborates with Arthur, a charismatic mercenary to find the legendary wizard Merlin and deliver an ancient sword. centered on young Nimue, aka Lady of the Lake.
Netflix’s new series Cursed adapted from Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler’s illustrated novel of the same name
Katherine Langford plays the character of Nimue in the fantasy genre series, which we know from Netflix’s beloved original series 13 Reasons Why. Also Devon Terrell as Arthur, Gustaf Skarsgård as Merlin, Sebastian Armesto as King Uther Pendragon, Shalom Brune-Franklin as Igraine, Matt Stokoe as Green Knight, Peter Mullan as Father Carden, Daniel Sharman as Weeping Monk and Emily Coates as Sister Iris’ i will watch.
Drawing the illustrations of the Cursed novel written by Tom Wheeler, Frank Miller said that a great series is waiting for the audience. Stating that the story represents an exciting challenge, the famous comic book artist expressed his pride in collaborating with Thomas Wheeler for this project, which he described as a “real dream”.
The first season of the fantastic series, consisting of 10 episodes, is on Netflix on July 17
Cursed, the new original series of Netflix, where we will watch Katherine Langford, one of the most popular actresses of recent years, will be released on Friday, July 17 with her first season of 10 episodes. If you wish, let’s leave you with the Cursed trailer without further ado.