After his Academy Award nomination two years ago for Call Me By Your Name, Timothée Chalamet appears to be headed for awards season all over as soon as more in Netflix’s The King.
Directed by Animal Kingdom’s David Michôd, the movie is an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henriad (Henry IV, Piece 1, Henry IV, Piece 2, and Henry V), and stars Chalamet in the lead position, with Joel Edgerton at his aspect because the substandard Falstaff. Having ascended to the English throne upon his father’s (Ben Mendelsohn) loss of life, Henry (Chalamet) must now take care of the political turmoil that accompanies any sharp of energy, and his contemporary tasks as king.
Robert Pattinson also stars as Louis, considered one of many sons of King Charles VI of France, with Lily-Rose Depp as Catherine, Henry’s significant other. Additionally starring are Sean Harris as Michael Williams and Sport of Thrones’ very beget Tommen, Dean-Charles Chapman, as Thomas, Henry’s brother.
The movie will absorb its world premiere on the Venice Film Festival on Sept. 2, and hit Netflix rapidly afterwards this tumble.