Actually, Charlie is with the promo worldwide of King Arthur -Legend of the Sword– from Director Guy Ritchie now on theaters.
This issue was released first on April in The States and its gonna be the June issue for UK. (Thanks to visualizing.fashion)
We start a 30-minute warmup with some easy running, but soon we’re doing high-knees, butt kicks, and jumping jacks. Next we’re on the mat doing crunches, side-to-sides, leg raises, pushups, and pullups. Hunnam hops on the monkey bars and swings to the end. Sweat spatters on the mat. He does another round of bars, and then another. Later I learn that part of his regular routine includes running 5 miles and doing 300 pushups and 100 pullups. He’s ready for American Ninja Warrior. This training session will be intense.
That Hunnam is fastidious about fitness is no surprise. He has to be fit to meet the physical demands of the roles he’s drawn to—”muscular male narratives.” Fresh off Sons of Anarchy, he switched focus to the big screen, working back-to-back on three movies over the past two years. The biggest is King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, directed by Guy Ritchie (opening in May). He also stars in The Lost City of Z (April 21), about an explorer who disappeared in the Amazon in 1925, and Papillon, a remake of the 1973 Steve McQueen flick (later this year).