People are obsessing over Chris Pine's new beard and Scottish accent in the trailer for his latest lead role in the movie Outlaw King. The screenplay for Outlaw King was written by Bash Doran, James MacInnes, and David Mackenzie, with additional writing by Mark Bomback and David Harrower.
Following the one-two punch of his prison drama Starred Up and the Best Pictured-nominated neo-western Hell or High Water, director David Mackenzie is back this year with the period tale Outlaw King.
Netflix have released the trailer for their upcoming release Outlaw King which tells the story of Robert the Bruce. Now, a new Netflix film from Hell or High Water director David Mackenzie is set to chronicle one period of struggle between the two nations.
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"We have an unbelievable cast and crew working at the top of their game, and we are really looking forward to spreading some Scottish goodwill on the great city of Toronto". That's probably why Netflix is giving Outlaw King a limited theatrical release as well, before releasing it worldwide on November 7. Chris Pine stars as the "Braveheart" character played by Angus Macfadyen.
The untold, true story of Robert the Bruce who transforms from defeated nobleman to outlaw hero during the oppressive occupation of medieval Scotland by Edward I of England. Also starring Lady Macbeth's Florence Pugh and Marvel's Aaron Taylor-Johnson, this rugged telling of Scottish history is truly going to make us fall in love with Pine as a king.