Outlaw King (2018)

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TitleOutlaw King
Year2018
CountryUnited Kingdom, USA
GenreHistory (Movies)
Run Time2h 1 min
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In the year 1304, outside the besieged Stirling Castle, John Comyn, Robert Bruce, and other Scottish nobility surrender to Edward I of England. King Edward promises to return lands to the nobility in exchange for their homage. After the formalities have ended, Bruce spars with Edward’s heir, the Prince of Wales, and the King weds Bruce to his goddaughter, Elizabeth de Burgh. Lord James Douglas arrives to ask for the restoration of his ancestral lands but is dismissed by Edward, on the basis of the previous Lord Douglas’ treason. The King and the Prince depart from Scotland, leaving its management to Comyn and Bruce, under the supervision of the Earl of Pembroke, Aymer de Valence.

Elizabeth arrives to marry Bruce. On the wedding night, he respects his reluctant wife’s wishes and delays the consummation. Bruce witnesses Englishmen conscripting his servants to the King’s army. Not long after, his father, the Lord of Annandale, passes away, lamenting the loss of his friendship with the King of England, while admitting it may have been a mistake to trust Edward. Soon after, while delivering taxes to the English in Berwick, Bruce notes how unpopular the English are. There is rioting after the public display of the quartered body of William Wallace, which spurs Bruce to plan another revolt. He discusses the issue with his family, who agree with him. Bruce tries to persuade John Comyn to join him, but the latter refuses and threatens to inform Edward about the plan. In a panic, Bruce stabs Comyn to death.

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Outlaw King
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Cast:

Chris Pine Chris Pine
Robert the Bruce, Earl of Carrick
Aaron Taylor-Johnson Aaron Taylor-Johnson
James Douglas, Lord of Douglas
Florence Pugh Florence Pugh
Elizabeth Burgh
Billy Howle Billy Howle
Edward, Prince of Wales
Tony Curran Tony Curran
Angus Og Macdonald, Lord of Islay
Alastair Mackenzie Alastair Mackenzie
John Strathbogie, Earl of Atholl
James Cosmo James Cosmo
Robert de Brus, 6th Lord of Annandale
Callan Mulvey Callan Mulvey
John III Comyn, Lord of Badenoch
Stephen Dillane Stephen Dillane
King Edward I of England
Sam Spruell Sam Spruell
Aymer de Valence, Earl of Pembroke

In the year 1304, outside the besieged Stirling Castle, John Comyn, Robert Bruce, and other Scottish nobility surrender to Edward I of England. King Edward promises to return lands to the nobility in exchange for their homage. After the formalities have ended, Bruce spars with Edward’s heir, the Prince of Wales, and the King weds Bruce to his goddaughter, Elizabeth de Burgh. Lord James Douglas arrives to ask for the restoration of his ancestral lands but is dismissed by Edward, on the basis of the previous Lord Douglas’ treason. The King and the Prince depart from Scotland, leaving its management to Comyn and Bruce, under the supervision of the Earl of Pembroke, Aymer de Valence.

Elizabeth arrives to marry Bruce. On the wedding night, he respects his reluctant wife’s wishes and delays the consummation. Bruce witnesses Englishmen conscripting his servants to the King’s army. Not long after, his father, the Lord of Annandale, passes away, lamenting the loss of his friendship with the King of England, while admitting it may have been a mistake to trust Edward. Soon after, while delivering taxes to the English in Berwick, Bruce notes how unpopular the English are. There is rioting after the public display of the quartered body of William Wallace, which spurs Bruce to plan another revolt. He discusses the issue with his family, who agree with him. Bruce tries to persuade John Comyn to join him, but the latter refuses and threatens to inform Edward about the plan. In a panic, Bruce stabs Comyn to death.

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