Netflix has released an official trailer for Outlaw King, the latest title from Scottish director David Mackenzie. The movie reunites Mackenzie with Chris Pine, who starred in his 2016 Academy Award nominee Hell or High Water.
The movie tells the untold true story of Robert the Bruce, with Pine starring as Bruce, who fought to see Scotland freed from English oppression. Also starring is Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Florence Pugh, Billy Howle, Stephen Dillane, Tony Curran, Alastair Mackenzie, and James Cosmo.
You can read more about Outlaw King and watch the official trailer below.
There’s always a winner and a loser in war. So when it comes to the ongoing battle between man and apes in the Planet of the Apes prequel trilogy, we pretty much know which species is going to lose.
The trailer we saw yesterday for War for the Planet of the Apes was only a tease of what’s to come, but today’s new trailer encapsulates what this war has done to both sides and how one of them will do anything to become the victor. Check it out below.
Hints of War for the Planet of the Apesconnecting to the originalPlanet of the Apes have been lingering since trailers for the movie were released. Though these films are a part of the same universe when that bridge closes the gap is still not clear.
However, a newly released trailer seems to indicate that it might be closer than originally thought. That’s because it has footage that has led up to the latest installment, with Charleston Heston himself providing the narration. Check out the latest trailer below.
Every one of these Planet of the Apes prequels has lived up to its title. So it seems fitting that War for the Planet of the Apes be the apex of the series.
Fox has just dropped a new trailer for the film and it looks to abandon any and all hope of humans and apes living in peace. Instead, it’s going to be a battle to the death in which the surviving faction will emerge as the alpha species. Check out the full trailer below.