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

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

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

“Mary Queen of Scots” explores the turbulent life of the charismatic Mary Stuart (Ronan). Queen of France at 16 and widowed at 18, Mary defies pressure to remarry. Instead, she returns to her native Scotland to reclaim her rightful throne. But Scotland and England fall under the rule of the compelling Elizabeth I (Robbie). Each young Queen beholds her “sister” in fear and fascination. Rivals in power and in love, and female regents in a masculine world, the two must decide how to play the game of marriage versus independence. Determined to rule as much more than a figurehead, Mary asserts her claim to the English throne, threatening Elizabeth’s sovereignty. Betrayal, rebellion, and conspiracies within each court imperil both thrones – and change the course of history.

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75 Responses

  1. James Pasierbowicz says:

    Saorise Ronan and MargotnRobbie gonna be at it again come Academy Awards…

  2. Garrett Levine says:

    Saoirse yes you’re killing it yes

  3. Zed says:

    margot robbie looks scary af

    • Renlish says:

      Zed Elizabeth I wasn’t exactly a supermodel. Lol

    • Lew Archer 1949 says:

      Zed

      Actually, the chroniclers stated she was quite pretty when she was young.

      But 12 years into her reign, when she was only 29, Elizabeth contracted smallpox and almost died. As a result, she had her face coated in thick makeup made from white lead to cover up the extensive scarring.

      I imagine daily applications of lead paint on your skin doesn’t do much for your appearance.

  4. Yel Yint says:

    Saorise & Margot are coming for that OSCARs!

    Costumes, Production Design, and most importantly, MakeUp, too! ‘Mary Queen of Scots’ is the major rvial for ‘The Favourite’ in the upcoming awards season!

    • Roman Natale says:

      aj pat who knows though. I may be wrong. As much as I hate to say it, you can’t ever bet against Marvel and Disney.

    • aj pat says:

      Roman Natale The fact is that even though Black Panther is released in February, its conversation about it are getting stronger. Just look at Get Out and The Silence of the Lambs. Both of the three are of different genre but its release date in February had let them stay in the conversations until the award season. Get Out and The Silence of the Lambs are able to strike Oscar gold. Black Panther will get oscars and will suffer the same fate as with Wonder Woman even though Logan was able to score a nod for adapted screenplay, the first for a comic book film.

      Rewarding period piece film may have been a cliché but still, Darkest Hour had made a phenomenal work thanks to its makeup and Gary Oldman’s stellar performance while the movie itself is not mediocre but look good but not great.

    • Roman Natale says:

      aj pat I would actually disagree with you. Just like Wonder Woman, there has been a major backlash for Black Panther. And especially since the film was currently a part of a very crowded year for MCU films, I feel that the discussion was drowned out by the Infinity War hype. And with Get Out, historically, it is more likely that a horror film is nominated than a superhero film. And going back to Logan, Logan was as essentially a western, and westerns are very Oscar baity. Look at Hell or High Water, and of a Western superhero film can’t get nominated for the major categories (yes, I know it got a nom for adapted Screenplay), I wouldn’t Black Panther to get the nominations Logan did not get. But again, I could be wrong.

    • aj pat says:

      Roman Natale You maybe right on that part but besides, the academy will be risking a major backlash if Black Panther is snubbed due to the fact that the film itself has a remarkable majority black cast and considering the #OscarsoWhite controversy. Worse, even the ratings in the Oscars have plunge to new low since no blockbusters have been nominated for best picture.

    • Roman Natale says:

      aj pat I agree that they will face a major backlash and the Academy can’t afford that. That’s why I think it will get the nominations, but not win.

  5. Senpai Hentai says:

    I don’t know,it looks like cringe
    Who knows just saying it might be good

  6. Christos Psihogios says:

    This is propably the most epic trailer of the year. Saoirse and Margot are going for the Oscars !!!

  7. Alexandro Tirador says:

    Saoirse Ronan is SERIOUSLY getting that Oscars. And Margot, gosh! Shes improved a lot. These two actresses are giving veterans a run for their money.

  8. Artimis Lestrange says:

    Why does this look like it was shot with a camera from the 90s?

    • trb4321 says:

      it does have a sort of 90s feel to it. Looks like something that would’ve came out back then, but I’m looking forward to it just because of the actors

  9. WandaScarletWitch 1 says:

    I can smell oscars

  10. Zachary S. Marsh says:

    And in a flash, poof, Margot Robbie became Helena Bonham Carter.

  11. Marcos Bernado says:

    three times academy award nominee saoirse ronan

  12. renz abong says:

    saoirse is so good margot snatched her own wig

  13. Marden Zelaya says:

    Will they finally give Saoirse the Oscar she deserves?

  14. BadGuy RiRi says:

    Cate Blanchett is the best Elizabeth
    Margot Robbie could never

  15. AmethystEyes says:

    They were never ever friends! 🤦‍♀️
    And they never met in person!

    • Blair Crace says:

      AmethystEyes I just noticed it even says friendship to rivalry. How could they get this one thing so wrong?

    • Jason Macumber says:

      It would be a boring movie 🍿

    • looney1023 says:

      It made for an entertaining movie in 2013…

    • AmethystEyes says:

      Jason Macumber no you can be mostly accurate and still have a compelling story. See the series Elizabeth R.

    • Shelby says:

      They want to make you feel bad for Queen Elizabeth and tug your heartstrings to make your own opinion on “whose side are you on” but really it was the men who did this to put them head to head and their royal blood, unfortunately.

  16. Rebecca O'Sullivan says:

    Ughh Mary Queen of Scotts was raised in France. She did not have a Scottish accent.

    • Bryan Curiel says:

      The two of them also never met face-to-face

    • Gnimn says:

      I think we can all agree that there are some massive inaccuracies at play here. I will probably see it, because I think both women are excellent, but I’m still unsure if I will be able to enjoy it.

    • Bryan Curiel says:

      Gnimn yes I agree. I’m still probably going to go see it because I love Saoirse but I will probably also have a hard time enjoying it due to the inaccuracy.

    • Sahrish Nadim says:

      This looks like a great film, but I was hoping someone else would point this out!

    • ljqueen McAwsome says:

      Also she did not have loving relationship with her husband (he was a bullying, drunken brute who murdered her private secretary right in front of her then later was murdered himself ) Mary never led an army, she became widley unpopular when she married the Earl of bothwell who was the chief suspect in the murder of her first husband and she too wore a wig

  17. Aumenarys says:

    I didn’t know multiculturalism was a thing at the time. Apart from this, this looks promising!

    • zedd says:

      +Misastar Chan
      It’s one thing when the director admits small assumptions that couldwell have occurred in reality.
      But the black people of peers contradict a thousand-year history before that, which could be the background of the movie, and moves us into a fantasy universe, the past and the explanation of social diversity will never be revealed.
      I’m saying it because this movie is really look like a movie in a historical entourage. I don’t give a fuck about blacks in King Arthur, because it’s pure fantasy.

    • Silver Hawk says:

      Misastar Chan get out of here with your common sense and logic

    • zedd says:

      +Seo Joohyun At first if you remeber i asked to name “whitewashing” historical personalities, not characters.
      Secondly Othello was a moors, it means he might not be black, he could be a Berber, or an Arab, or even Europeans from Pyrenees who accepted Islam.
      Thirdly you could only give two examples, whereas the reverse is much more.
      Let shoot a biopic about the conquest of Shaka in southern Africa without whites, i’d be happy then. I’m a simple man, i like history movie with realistic entourage, and dislike the opposite.

    • hangar2247 says:

      The problem with your stupid arse comment is the blackman in the trailer was playing a blackman,you dunce.

    • Seo Joohyun says:

      Yes, Othello is a Moor, but he still portrayed the character in blackface. Why didn’t they just get a North African to play the character?

  18. J SM says:

    This is the Saoirse I Love. Loved On Chesil Beach. Can’t wait to see this in December.

  19. A.M Lash says:

    Well it’s worth watching for Saiorse Ronan and Jack Lowden

  20. Praetorian HiJynx says:

    I absolutely love historical fiction and I expect there to be inaccuracies in these types of films for entertainment and story purposes. However, as a historian I don’t think I’ll be able to enjoy this due to the extreme level of inaccuracies portrayed just in this short trailer. It’s basically not historical fiction at all, it’s just fiction using some historical names for its characters, no different than Abraham Lincoln vampire slayer. Mary probably didn’t have a Scottish accent. She moved to France when she was 5 years old, and lived there until she was almost 18. She’s known for her French ways and manners, due to spending so much time in the French court. Even if she had stayed in Scotland her whole life, like most 16th century Scottish nobles she wouldn’t have such a strong accent. Mary and Elizabeth were never friends, and they never met each other in real life. And why is the film trying to argue that it was men that poisoned this friendly relationship between the two? There were many factors that caused strife between the two, including Mary’s claiming of the English throne and the threat she posed to Elizabeth, the religious conflict going on in Britain between Catholics and Protestants (Mary was Catholic and Elizabeth was Protestant), and the alliance between Scotland and France (England’s enemy). Overall it feels like the movie is saturated with leftist propaganda with its inaccurate multiculturalism and the vilification of all the male characters. So while I’d love to watch a historical fiction film about Mary, I think I’ll have to skip this one…

    • Ramyeon Han says:

      Praetorian HiJynx thank you!! It’s extremely inaccurate and I couldn’t help but get angry watching this trailer. They couldn’t even make Mary look accurate, if not anything else 😐

    • mswrecker05 says:

      Sharing the exact sentiment. This is very inaccurate!

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