1ST PHOTOS FROM UPCOMING HISTORICAL MOVIES ‘BORN A KING’ WITH ED SKREIN...

1ST PHOTOS FROM UPCOMING HISTORICAL MOVIES ‘BORN A KING’ WITH ED SKREIN ON THE PRINCE OF ARABIA AND MIKE LEIGH’S ‘PETERLOO’ WITH MAXINE PEAKE, NICO MIRALLEGRO

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'BORN A KING'
FIRST PHOTOS WITH ED SKREIN
Ed Skrein is the prince's host in Britain
Fresh photos from some new period set projects coming up in the future for you today, people, beginning with the ones from BORN A KING a period set drama from director Agusti Villaronga with Ed Skrein in the lead role!

BORN A KING
an extraordinary real life story set in 1919,  is a coming of age story about Faisal, a 14 year old teenage Arab prince who is dispatched from the deserts of Arabia to London by his warrior father, Prince Abd Al-Aziz, on a high stakes diplomatic mission to secure the formation of his country. In London he must negotiate with some of the pre-
Prince Faisal later on became King of Arabia in the 1960s!
eminent figures of the age, including Lord Curzon (Kenneth Cranham) and Winston Churchill (Celyn Jones), while forming a friendship with Princess
The budget of the movie was close to $20 million!
Mary who helps guide him through the corridors of power. Laurence Fox plays Laurence of Arabia, Lewis Reeves is Prince of Wales, while lovely
Hermione Corfield plays Princess Mary in the movie.
Hermione Corfield is Princess Mary. You can also check out the first clip from the movie below set at a state dinner at the British court.



1ST 'PETERLOO' PHOTO
FROM NEW MIKE LEIGH DRAMA
Another historical drama waiting to hit the festivals and cinemas sometime this year is Mike Leigh's PETERLOO which charts the 1819 Peterloo
This is Leigh's first movie after 2014 drama Mr Turner
Massacre when British forces attacked a peaceful pro-democracy rally in Manchester! Maxine Peake, our dearest Nico Mirallegro and Rory Kinnear lead the cast!
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