'Mary, Queen of Scots' Trailer

'Mary, Queen of Scots' Trailer

Mary, Queen of Scots is set for release on December 7, 2018. Spoiler alert: read a history book.

The first trailer for Mary Queen of Scots has arrived. Two Queens enter, only one leaves!

Robbie and Ronan play Queen Elizabeth I and Mary Stuart of Scotland, respectively. Mary was crowned Queen of France at age 16, but after the death of her husband, she decides to return to her native Scotland to claim the throne. The interesting aspect of this power struggle resides within the two actresses who portray the two female rulers, holding their own in an era of kings.

Amid her attempted coup, Mary, Queen of Scots is sentenced to multiple years in prison and, eventually, execution. Here, Rourke works off a script by House of Cards creator Beau Willimon.

Never before have a couple of taglines - "Born to Fight" for Mary and "Born to Power" for Elizabeth caused so much rage. "It's not one against the other. It's both of them against a particular environment that pitted them against each other".

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Focus Films has released some oppositional character posters for the film's two stars.

Coming off the heels of her third Oscar nomination for Lady Bird, Saoirse Ronan is trading in her Catholic school uniform for a corset in Mary Queen of Scots.

'Queen Elizabeth, your cousin Mary has returned to take up her thrown in Scotland, ' another moment that brings her to stress about Mary, who insists on living with harmony.

Robbie also underwent a huge transformation for the role of the iconic ELizabeth I, wearing a dramatic prosthetic nose to sharpen her looks for her role as The Virgin Queen. Each young Queen beholds her "sister" in fear and fascination.

At the time, many considered Mary to be the true heir to the British throne, however she was ultimately put on trial and executed on the grounds of treason.

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