Timothée Chalamet will be gracing our screens as he takes on the role of a disgraced prince-turned-monarch in Netflix’s upcoming film The King. The King is an adaptation of the Shakespearean drama Henry VI, and though we would love to see Timothee saying thou’s and shlat’s, the movie won’t be having any difficult English. However, the drama will be present.
The King Releases New Trailer
Just before the release of the movie, The King releases another trailer. And this time it is longer and has so much more of Timothee Chalamet. The new trailer showcases tension between Robert Pattinson and Timothee Chalamet’s characters and reveals more of the plot. Also, we can see strong chemistry between Chalamet’s and Lily Rose Depp’s character. Joel Edgerton plays the only friend of King Henry Vi, Sir John Falstaff.
More and More Details
The film is directed by Australian David Michôd, who is known for films including Animal Kingdom and The Rover, among others. The plot sees a young, rogue prince becoming king when his brother dies, a role which he did not want. He learns how to fight for crown and country amongst political turmoil, bloodshed, and basically everything else that comes with being a monarch in the 15th century.
When is the Movie Releasing?
The King comes to Netflix on November 1st. So, ladies and gentlemen mark your calendars because the king doesn’t like tardiness. And also, why would you want to be late to see Timothee Chalamet in action doing what he does best?
You can catch the new trailer here.