"The King" is a 2019 epic historical war drama film directed by David Michôd.
The starring cast includes Timothée Chalamet, Joel Edgerton, Robert Pattinson, Sean Harris, Ben Mendelsohn, Lily-Rose Depp, Steven Elder, Edward Ashley, Dean-Charles Chapman, Stephen Fewell and others.

Here are "The King" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for The King movie?

Netflix on Thursday, October 24, 2019 released the trailer for "The King" you can watch here:
The King - Timothée Chalamet, Robert Pattinson | Final Trailer | Netflix Film.

Plot summary

What is The King movie plot?

Here is a short review of "The King" movie plot summary.

Henry, Prince of Wales, "Hal (Timothée Chalamet)," is the emotionally distant eldest son of King Henry IV of England (Ben Mendelsohn). Hal is uninterested in succeeding his father and spends his days drinking, whoring, and jesting with his companion John Falstaff (Joel Edgerton) in Eastcheap. His father summons Hal and informs him that Hal's younger brother, Thomas, will inherit the throne. Thomas is sent to subdue Hotspur's rebellion but is upstaged by the arrival of Hal, who engages Hotspur (Tom Glynn-Carney) in single combat. Although Hal kills Hotspur, ending the battle without further conflict, Thomas complains that Hal has stolen his glory. Shortly thereafter, Thomas is killed in battle after taking his campaign to Wales.
Henry IV dies in his bed with Hal present, and Hal is crowned King Henry V. Hal opts for peace and conciliation with his father's adversaries, despite his actions being seen as weakness. At his coronation feast, the Dauphin of France sends Hal a ball as an insulting coronation gift. However, Hal chooses to frame this as a positive reflection of his boyhood. His sister Philippa (Thomasin McKenzie), now the Queen of Denmark, cautions that nobles in any royal court have their own interests in mind and will never fully reveal their true intentions.
Hal interrogates a captured assassin who claims to have been sent by King Charles VI of France (Thibault de Montalembert) to assassinate Hal. The English nobles Cambridge and Grey are approached by French agents hoping to induce them to the French cause. Their trust in the new young king wavers, and they then approach Hal's Chief (Sean Harris) Justice, William Gascoigne, with their concerns. Gascoigne advises Hal that a show of strength is necessary to unite England, so Hal declares war on France and has Cambridge and Grey beheaded. He approaches Falstaff and appoints him as his chief military strategist, saying that Falstaff is the only man he truly trusts.

Cast

Who plays who in the The King movie?

Here is the full cast and characters of "The King" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Timothée Chalamet  as King Henry "Hal" V of England
Joel Edgerton  as Sir John Falstaff
Robert Pattinson  as Louis The Dauphin
Sean Harris  as Chief Justice Sir William Gascoigne
Ben Mendelsohn  as King Henry IV of England
Lily-Rose Depp  as Catherine of Valois
Steven Elder  as Lord Dorset
Edward Ashley  as Earl of Cambridge
Dean-Charles Chapman  as Prince Thomas
Stephen Fewell  as Lord Grey
Tom Glynn-Carney  as Sir Henry "Hotspur" Percy
Thomasin McKenzie  as Philippa Queen of Denmark
Tom Fisher  as Earl of Northumberland
Tara Fitzgerald  as Nell Hooper
Andrew Havill  as Archbishop of Canterbury
Tom Lawrence  as Westmoreland
Ivan Kaye  as Lord Scrope
Thibault de Montalembert  as King Charles VI of France
Gábor Czap  as Scot Soldier
Josef Davies  as Beale
Roderick Hill  as Cloaked Man
Niké Kurta  as Molly
Nick Wittman  as Herald (as Nicholas Wittman)
Philip Rosch  as Lord Chamberlain
Lucas Hansen  as Eric King of Denmark
Tom Lacroix  as Assassin
Cedric Cirotteau  as French Envoy
Jack Bandeira  as Cambridge's Steward
Kristóf Widder  as Clergyman
Vincent Latorre  as Jean D'Estouteville (as Vincent La Torre)
Bence Bakti  as Boy 1
Bardo Fenyvesi  as Boy 2 (as Bardó Fenyvesi)
Henry Dent  as Boy 3
Harry Trevaldwyn  as Dartmouth
Laurent Winkler  as French Commander
Jeremy Chevillotte  as French Lord Steward
Oscar Bennett  as William's Page Boy

Release date

When is The King movie release date?

"The King" movie release date was scheduled to be on September 2, 2019 (Venice), on October 3, 2019 (BFI London Film Festival), on October 11, 2019 (United States) and on November 1, 2019 (Hungary) distributing by Netflix.

Filming

What are The King filming details?

The duration of the film is 140 minutes. With a budget of $23 million, the film grossed over $10,000+.

"The King" movie is rated "R", according to the MPAA film rating system.

Principal photography began on 1 June 2018 and wrapped on 24 August.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about The King movie?

"The King" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.2/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 71/100.

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