David Beckham has denied he’s now making a move into acting after performing in Guy Ritchie’s new film King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, which fans have already slated.
At the premiere last night, the footballing legend dismissed the project as “just a real laugh” and not the beginning of a Hollywood career.
“It’s not a new career, it’s not something I’m looking to go into but working with Guy and working with Charlie was just a real laugh and something that was incredible to be a part of.”
And while David may have played in World Cup finals, he admits the whole experience was incredibly daunting.
Asked if he felt nervous on set, the dad-of-four said: “Oh my God, yes, of course.
“I was in make-up for about two-and-a-half hours and then I literally stepped on to set and he called action, it was very nerve-wracking…
“It was a challenge where actually I didn’t know I would be OK.”
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