Robert The Bruce – First Photos

ANGUS MACFADYEN
IS ROBERT THE BRUCE AGAIN!
Angus Macfadyen also co-wrote the film

Metro International has released the first photos from ROBERT THE BRUCE a medieval adventure starring Angus Macfadyen as the famous Scottish warrior whom he already played in Mel Gibson’s Braveheart! The film is screening this week for potential buyers in Berlin. Directed by Richard Gray, the movie about the nobleman turned outlaw hero who was crowned king of Scots in the 14th century, also stars Jared Harris as Robert the Bruce’s enemy John Comyn, together with Anna Hutchison, Patrick Fugit, Zach McGowan, Diarmaid Murtagh,

Robert the Bruce will air sometime this year in cinemas

Gabriel Bateman, Talitha Eliana Bateman, Emma Kenney, Mhairi Calvey as Robert’s wife Elizabeth de Burgh, and Kevin McNally.

ROBERT THE BRUCE
explores the lost months during a long, harsh winter when Robert, injured and pursued across the Highlands by his enemies, takes shelter with the steely

Mhairi Calvey plays Robert’s wife Elizabeth de Burgh! She also starred in Braveheart as a younger version of William Wallace’s wife!

Morag (Anna Hutchinson) and her fearless children. Restored to health and spurred on by this humble family’s resilience and courage, Bruce finally finds the resolve to rally his people and lead his country to hard-fought independence.

Outlaw King

  AARON TAYLOR JOHNSON JOINS  CHRIS PINE IN EPIC  ‘OUTLAW KING’

Great epic news today, people! Earlier this year it was reported that Chris Pine will play Robert the Bruce, the hero of Scottish war for  independ- ence, and now Aaron Taylor Johnson has been cast as his right hand man, another 14th century Scottish legend James Douglas in Netflix’s movie OUTLAW KING

No date given

 

As the son of the first noble to support William Wallace when he fomented the first movement toward independence from the English, Douglas saw his father’s lands given away, and after being denied them by the English king, he joined Robert the Bruce as an outcast properly motivated to avenge his loss. Together, they learned guerilla fighting tactics that led to years of surprise attacks, sacked castles and, finally, independence. David Mackenzie is directing.
Aaron won Golden Globe this year for Nocturnal Animals