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  1. The King (2019) - IMDb

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    Nov 01, 2019 · Directed by David Michôd. With Tom Glynn-Carney, Gábor Czap, Tom Fisher, Edward Ashley. Hal, wayward prince and heir to the English throne, is crowned King Henry V after his tyrannical father dies.

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    • David Michôd
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    • 2 min
  2. In 2013, it was revealed that Joel Edgerton and David Michôd had collaborated on writing an adaptation of Shakespeare's plays: Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2 and Henry V, for Warner Bros. Pictures.
    In September 2015, it was announced that Michôd would direct the project with Warner Bros. producing and distributing the film and Lava Bear producing.

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    Filming took place throughout England, and Szilvásvárad, Hungary.

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  3. The King (2019) - Rotten Tomatoes - Movie Trailers

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    The King: Movie Clip - No Friends. View All Videos (4) The King Photos View All Photos (18) Movie Info. Young Henry V encounters deceit, war and treachery after becoming king of England in the ...

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  4. The King | Netflix Official Site

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    The King 2019 R 2h 20m Movies Based on Real Life Wayward Prince Hal must turn from carouser to warrior king as he faces hostilities from inside and outside the castle walls in the battle for England.

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    • 140 min
  5. The True Story Behind the Netflix Movie The King | Time

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    • What Are Shakespeare’s Henriad Plays About?
    • What Was King Henry V’s Relationship with His Father like?
    • Did The Battle in France Really Happen?
    • Did King Henry V Marry Catherine, The French Princess?

    William Shakespeare’s famed Henriad plays, loosely based on events that took place during the 15th century, span from Richard II to Henry IV, Parts 1 and II, and Henry V. The plays chronicle the rise of the Lancaster branch of England’s House of Plantagenet in the 15th century, with a focus on politics and diplomacy, war and betrayal. In the first play, the Lancasters ascend to the throne of England, as Henry Bolingbroke — later King Henry IV — deposes his cousin King Richard II. Prince Hal, played by Chalamet in The King, is the central figure of the later plays — which cover his young life of debauchery and camaraderie with his friend Sir John Falstaff (Edgerton) to his eventual rise as King of England and subsequent disregard for his old friends. The Kingfeatures aspects of the latter two plays, but with some key differences.

    In both Shakespeare’s Henriad plays andThe King, Prince Hal’s relationship with his father is tense. Hal’s father, King Henry IV (Ben Mendelsohn), envies Lord Northumberland for having an honorable son (Percy), compared to the “riot and dishonor” of Prince Hal. But there is a significant difference in the way in which The Kingleaves their relationship before the king dies. In Shakespeare’s play Henry IV, the king feels betrayed when Prince Hal, thinking that his father is dead when in fact he is asleep, takes his father’s crown and leaves the room. But the pair settle their differences after Hal reveals his love for his father in a poetic scene, which ends with the king giving his crown to Prince Hal before he dies. The Kingtakes some liberties with this moment. After Hal’s father strips him of the crown and instead gives it to his younger brother, Hal doesn’t answer calls to visit his father’s deathbed. But, angry after his brother’s untimely death in battle, Prince Hal storms into...

    The Battle of Agincourt in 1415 was immortalized by Shakespeare in Henry V, and features in The King, as well. More than 600 years ago, King Henry V led an army to victory on the field of Agincourt, near Azincourt in northern France, as part of the Hundred Years’ War. As depicted in The King, the English army landed in France and launched a victorious attack on the port town of Harfleur, but the siege took its toll — many of the soldiers died of disease and many were left behind to defend the captured port. This left King Henry V’s army weakened and outnumbered by an estimated 30,000-strong French army. But, in a historic turn of events, the English army won the battle due to King Henry’s decisive leadership, compared to the muddled leadership of the French troops. The U.K.’s National Archives show that, as in The King, wet weather on the day before battle made the ground muddy, which led many French soldiers on foot, pressed forward by their comrades, to fall, making them vulnerabl...

    Both Shakespeare’s plays and The Kingintroduce the audience to Princess Catherine de Valois, who married King Henry V. This was also the case in real life: the couple married on June 2, 1420, but not without some complications on the way to the altar. King Henry V refused to consider marriage with Princess Catherine after her father, the King of France, could not meet the young king’s demands of the return of Normandy and Aquitaine and two million crowns. Henry V later invaded France at the battle of Agincourt in 1415. The Kingsuggests that the marriage took place soon after the Battle of Agincourt once the French army was defeated — but in reality, the couple married five years later, after Henry called for another invasion of France. Eventually, the French king agreed to pass the throne to Henry V after a decline in his mental health and in 1420 signed the Treaty of Troyes, which arranged the union between Catherine and Henry V. The couple’s marriage is far from the romantic depic...

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  6. The King (2017) - IMDb

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    Jun 22, 2018 · Directed by Eugene Jarecki. With Alec Baldwin, Tony Brown, James Carville, Rosanne Cash. Forty years after the death of Elvis Presley, a musical road trip across America in his 1963 Rolls Royce explores how a country boy lost his authenticity and became a king while his country lost her democracy and became an empire.

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    • Eugene Jarecki
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    • 3 min
  7. The King: Eternal Monarch 2020 TV-14 1 Season Crime TV Dramas A modern-day Korean emperor passes through a mysterious portal and into a parallel world, where he encounters a feisty police detective.

  8. Robert Pattinson's first scene in The King - YouTube

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    Robert Pattinson has provided us with one of the most talked-about scenes in film this year thanks to his french accent in Netflix's The King. What did you t...

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  9. The Lion King (2019) - IMDb

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    Jul 19, 2019 · Directed by Jon Favreau. With Donald Glover, Beyoncé, Seth Rogen, Chiwetel Ejiofor. After the murder of his father, a young lion prince flees his kingdom only to learn the true meaning of responsibility and bravery.

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    • Jon Favreau
    • PG
  10. The Lion King (1994) - IMDb

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    Jun 24, 1994 · Directed by Roger Allers, Rob Minkoff. With Matthew Broderick, Jeremy Irons, James Earl Jones, Whoopi Goldberg. Lion prince Simba and his father are targeted by his bitter uncle, who wants to ascend the throne himself.