MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS – Official Trailer [HD] – In Theaters December

MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS - Official Trailer [HD] - In Theaters December

A friendship that grew to become a rivalry. A rivalry that became a war. Observe Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie in the new trailer for #MaryQueenofScots.

“Mary Queen of Scots” explores the turbulent lifetime of the charismatic Mary Stuart (Ronan). Queen of France at 16 and widowed at 18, Mary defies force to remarry. In its place, she returns to her indigenous Scotland to reclaim her rightful throne. But Scotland and England tumble beneath the rule of the persuasive Elizabeth I (Robbie). Each and every youthful Queen beholds her “sister” in panic and fascination. Rivals in energy and in like, and woman regents in a masculine entire world, the two have to make your mind up how to participate in the activity of relationship versus independence. Decided to rule as much more than a figurehead, Mary asserts her declare to the English throne, threatening Elizabeth’s sovereignty. Betrayal, rebel, and conspiracies within each individual court docket imperil both of those thrones – and modify the system of history.



23 thoughts on “MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS – Official Trailer [HD] – In Theaters December

  1. As an East Asian, it was quite interesting to see black nobles in the movie. I just wonder that it would be ok to cast white actors in an African historical movie. So funny.

  2. blacks and asians in the court of Elizabeth and Mary?? wtf.. stop with this virtue signally of trying desperately to re write history.. it's not true, it's pathetic and the old saying, once you go woke , you go broke.. is going to apply here too. To the production team and director.. sod off, this is MY history, with MY people in Scotland. Stop trying to usurp it for your social and political needs. Blacks and asians have their own stories.. Not mine.

  3. This was one of the worst movies I have seen in a long time. As a whole, it is perhaps a 2/10, tops 3/10. Saoirse Ronan acts 10/10 – she is phenomenal. But the movie is a complete mess from start to finish. The SJW/feminist-agenda is strong with this one, and completely destroys the narrative of a story that looks to be very interesting at its foundation. Really odd editing and directing is the icing of the horribly disfigured cake.

    I am still in the process of trying to understand and figure out what the fuck went so utterly wrong with this movie compared to e.g. Braveheart or other history-inspired movies.

  4. Do we make a serious authentic historical film or… we just make a PC Leftwing patronising load of rubbish devoid of facts???surprise surprise its the latter, and a bit of diversity never hurt anyone cough cough.

  5. werry importan =black person in english court on XVI CENTURY …facepalm…sry nope thats a no go..whats next queen elizabeth black? omg..i like black person but pls a bit

    historical correctness..stuff like this make it too a joke…i dont even whana watch it for that its


  6. It's somethin' to me, how white people don't wont anyone touchin' their history. But they sure as hell don't have problem white washing everyone else's history and includin' themselves in history that has NOTHIN'!!!!!! NOTHIN'!!!!!!! To do with them.

  7. It's rather like a weak cup of tea. It quenches the thirst but leaves you wanting a stronger brew. A far better production of this story can be seen on Netflix… it's an awesome series called ''Reign''

  8. Am watching this just now. It's well enough cast (though Ronan's performance is a bit stilted), well shot and the pacing is good. It's also trite Cultural Marxist propaganda (yes, even here), with feminist, race mixing and even a spot of LGBQT propaganda shoehorned in in a manner that is simultaneously absurd and incongruous and depressingly predictable. Historically innacurate, not gritty enough, cheesy, and there's also no way that Mary had that accent, given that she'd spent her life until early adulthood living abroad in France.

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