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Cursed: Netflix embraces the myth of King Arthur thanks to Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler

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Published on Mar 29, 2018

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Have you ever tried to imagine the myth of King Arthur in a whole new perspective? If you have not done so, do not worry, because Netflix will do this for you by combining the forces of two giants of the comic book: Frank Miller (Sin City, 300) and Tom Wheeler.

The behemoth of streaming will Cursed, a new TV series which will have as protagonist one of the secondary characters of the saga, arthurian, the Lady of The Lake and will be taken from the novel that Miller and Wheeler are publishing these days, and that reinvents one of the most famous legends ever.

The protagonist of the series will be Nimue, a young girl destined to become the powerful and magical figure of the Lady of the Lake, the one that will deliver to Arthur, the sword Excalibur.

Wheeler is writing the novel illustrated (which will be published in the USA by the publishing house Simon & Schuster), to give a new vision to the history of this interesting mythological character so deep-rooted in the collective imagination.

Miller, who will show them the pages of the novel, admits his love for the myth own:

Have always been fascinated by mythology, arthurian, and especially by the figure of Nimue. The figure of Nimue can be interpreted in different ways, both as a children's story, both as a terrifying story.

It seems undisputed that the TV series You will see the light after the publication of the book, but the wait is really frantic due to the high expectations it placed.

What do you expect from this new project? Please let us know with a comment below.

Source: Deadline

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