Tuesday, February 5, 2019

FIRST PHOTO OF ANGUS MACFADYEN AS FAMOUS SCOTTISH HERO ROBERT THE BRUCE IN THE NEW 14TH CENTURY HISTORICAL ADVENTURE WITH JARED HARRIS, ZACH MCGOWAN, KEVIN MCNALLY, ANNA HUTCHINSON

ANGUS MACFADYEN
IS ROBERT THE BRUCE AGAIN!
Angus Macfadyen also cowrote the film
I've informed you about this one a few years ago, but now Metro International has released the first photos from ROBERT THE BRUCE a mediaeval adventure starring Angus Macfadyen as the famous Scottish warrior whom he already played in Mel Gibson's Braveheart! The film be screening this week for potential byers in Berlin. Directed by Richard Gray, the movie about the nobleman turned outlaw hero who was 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 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.

12 comments:

  1. Just watched Outlaw King, is Robert becoming a thing?

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    1. hope this one will be better than that Outlaw King crap, I swear I almost died watching that borefest, and so many wasted actors in it...

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  2. The only hero the brits and the scots wish for at present, is someone who can help them with Brexit and "make Britain great again"(to paraphrase D.Trump).

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  3. I hope they have the spider story in this movie.

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    1. Oh you know, that old story about how Robert the Bruce was hiding in a cave, being hunted by the English and about to give up his quest to free Scotland, when he saw a spider who was spinning the anchor thread for its web. Every time the thread got destroyed, the spider patiently began again and ultimately succeeded. Apparently that inspired him not to give up. It's probably apocryphal but it's one of Scotland's enduring stories.

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  4. Gotta love how they drag their heels from announcement to release. I think it's bee so long since you've told us about this one, I don't remember the original post here about it.

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    1. it is a smaller project, it usually takes years to gather monies in such cases... some never even end up finished.

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  5. It's a historical fiction film. I'll watch it no matter what!

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