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Netflix’s Cursed drops a corpulent trailer, fleshing out its magical world

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Katherine Langford plays Nimue, aka the Girl of the Lake.


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The most modern collection to strut out of Netflix’s properly-stocked vault is a glum legend consistent with a graphic unusual by 300 and Sin City comedian e book fable Frank Miller.

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Cursed follows Nimue, aka the Girl of the Lake (performed by 13 Causes Why’s Katherine Langford), as she’s swept up accurate into a struggle between magic and the church. Someplace on the manner, she picks up the “cursed” Excalibur.

The second trailer, expanding on the first teaser, presentations Nimue being tasked with bringing the sword to Merlin, but she additionally appears to bear a second when she claims the sword for herself.

We glean about a glimpses of Nimue using her magic, as properly as about a of the destruction attributable to the Crimson Paladins. Arthur’s in there too, performed by Devon Terrell.

The collection, reimagining Arthurian legends, will tumble on Netflix on July 17. Up to now the trailers bear produced promising visuals, and darkish magic paired with Witcher-esque medieval grittiness, so let’s hope Cursed delivers.

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