Hunnam then appeared on the large screen in Abandon (2002), Nicholas Nickleby (2002), and Cold Mountain (2003).Hunnam has stated that he does not wish to simply take any role that he is offered: "I have 60 years to make the money, but the choices I make in the next five years are really going to define my career." This decision resulted in his return to the UK to take the lead role of Pete Dunham in the film Green Street (2005), however his attempts at delivering a Cockney accent resulted in his inclusion in many critics' "worst accents in movie history" lists.He also had a brief modeling career where he did a shoot for Kangols Caps and then decided modeling was not for him.He followed this up with his role as Daz in the film Whatever Happened to Harold Smith? His career expanded to include a recurring role as Gregor Ryder in the WB series Young Americans.
Despite critical acclaim, the series was cancelled after one season.Sometime last year, a handful of his fans posted a series of hateful and judgemental comments about Morgana and Hunnam was not only valiant, but he was quite polite in his rebuke, anyone who lashed back after that would have looked like a total ‘creep’.He posted this and other insightful stuff on a Facebook fan page,’She is an intelligent, beautiful, kind person, who just tried to live a simple life and has nothing to do with the entertainment industry.’ He added that he was confused by the negative and unprovoked attacks from people who call themselves some his fans.King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword, directed by Guy Ritchie, starring Charlie Hunnam, came out in May and nobody cared.To date it has earned just .5 million domestically and .3 million overseas for a total of 7.8 million Full Story As Sarah noted yesterday, King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword, is a huge flop, so far the biggest flop of the year, grossing under million domestically on opening weekend and million overseas on a budget of at least 5 million before marketing. Only 13% on Rotten Tomatoes Full Story You’ll recall that earlier this year, ahead of Valentine’s Day, Idris Elba partnered with Omaze, putting himself up as someone’s Valentine and offering to let that person “pound his yams” to encourage donations.