Well, he didn't get dressed up for nothing.
Chris Pine started filming "Outlaw King" in Scotland last August, and it will arrive on Netflix this November 9. The historical drama reunites Pine with his "Hell or High Water" director David Mackenzie.
We got a first look at Pine as Robert the Bruce last September (see the photo above), but Entertainment Weekly just shared a new look at Pine in character, as part of EW's fall movie preview:
Here's more on "Outlaw King" from ScreenRant:
"Outlaw King tells the real-life story of Robert (Chris Pine), the nobleman-turned outlaw who rallied Scotland to fight back against King Edward I (Stephen Dillane) and his son, the Prince of Wales (Billy Howle), during England's occupation of medieval Scotland. Pine's 'Hell or High Water' costar Ben Foster was attached to portray Robert's associate James Douglas early on, but the role ended up being handled by (ex-Quicksilver) Aaron Taylor-Johnson instead. Florence Pugh ('Lady Macbeth') also costars here as Elizabeth de Burgh."
Speaking of Robert the Bruce, you may have seen the news earlier this year that "Braveheart" star Angus Macfadyen will return to the role for a historical drama continuing where "Braveheart" left off. That project is picking up a big cast, too, including Jared Harris and Patrick Fugit.
Anyway, Chris Pine's "Outlaw King" will stream on Netflix starting Friday, November 9.
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