Have you noticed that the IMDB Website has all the pictures missing from the film king? Is that weird, at least?Unfortunately,if the person with FB is really an insider (constantly shifting the premiere of the film,talking about the uncertainty of the producers and Director in the high quality of the film). I only know the date of June 22,which was soon removed. If we again compare this film with the film the king is outside the law,November and December seems very realistic.
I saw someone post the June 22nd date but it seemed to be in error as if it was mistaken for another film. But yep, I don't know where this guy got these dates from (he doesn't remember either, so not sure if he is an industry insider). I just heard "fall 2019." I hope they give us something soon. Would just like to know when, maybe get a trailer soon.
About the fall of 2019, I heard in the last year,indeed in vogue magazine,wrote that the film should have been released in the beginning of the year. Director David Michaud ("Rover") gathered in this Shakespearean drama star cast. Prince Hal's friend, Falstaff, will be played by Joel Edgerton, Robert Pattinson will appear as the French Duke, and Lily-rose Depp will play the role of Princess Catherine - the bride, and in the future the wife of Prince Hal. The relationship between king Henry and Catherine is one of the main lines of the film. In the "King" will show the offer of marriage that Henry's still in the status of Prince will make Katherine in 1419, and then their wedding a year later, in the old Cervi Saint-Jean-du-Marché in the French city of Troyes, and the birth of their first son, Henry VI. I copied this from the magazine. Filming of the "King" were all summer in London, and in early 2019 the film will be released. The film is based on Shakespeare's plays "Henry IV" and "Henry V" and tells about Prince Hal - the future king Henry V, who will inherit the throne and learn what power is. The wayward Hal in adapting Netflix plays Timothy Chalamet - star of the film "Call me by your name" and one of the most brilliant actors of the generation. Vogue is not the most reliable magazine,but still. The date June 22 was on the IMDB website,almost all of January. and agent Timothy Brian ,didn't say the date wrong ,HE SAID THAT DATE is NOT YET DETERMINED.
The magazine's article was inaccurate about shooting: filming of The King was in London in June, and then in Hungary in July an August. I think the magazine didn't have sufficient info about the film at the time of the article.
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Post by chalametthegreat on May 13, 2019 16:58:50 GMT -8
I dont understand why there is no firm news on this film yet. No teaser trailer. No poster. No promotional photos. If the film is coming out in 2019, you need to generate interest now for Netflix. I am just frustrated as a fan.
If we compare this film with another historical film Netflix( king outlaw),the teaser appeared only in late August,and the film was released on November 9,it is too early to panic.And anyway, Netflix,comes the teaser trailer for one or two months before release, and if the silence will be all summer ,I believe that Netflix will release the film only on the Internet,the latest release of Michaud (war machine)was released only on the Internet,despite the fact that BRAD PITT was starring.
The pics that were removed from IMDb were unofficial, it looked like BTS photos taken by the crew or extras posing, so I see it as a good thing they took the pics down. It means they're preparing to post actual promotional photos. As for a teaser, let's remember it's a Netflix movie, their marketing strategy is different than that of other movies. Take ROMA for example, it premiered at Venice on August 30, 2018 and opened in limited release on November 21. The first trailer was released in mid-August only.(There was a teaser trailer in late July but it was just a video of water washing over tiles so...) Going by this example, I don't expect anything before July. Besides, we should expect less promo than for a classic release, unless Netflix plans to shake things up given Timmy and Pattinson's notoriety. Who knows, it's only the second year they're doing awards-season campaign so it's still new, they can decide to change their strategy but I'm not holding my breath.
Flaky, thanks for your wise words, and you're right, I think IMDb is in a holding steady pace and ready for official stills when they are available. And if Netflix think there's any awards chance for The King, they'll follow the successful recipe for Roma.