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“Outlaw King” Updates

“Outlaw King” Updates

Chris Pine was spot in Glasgow earlier today, at the Heathrow Airport, accordingly to some twitter users. It seems the Outlaw King principal photography is about to start.

A few days ago the website Daily Records published that the movie are planning to shoot scenes in the Stirling area, in the next month.

Loudoun Productions Ltd have applying for permission to set up at Mugdock Country Park for a period of ten weeks starting next month. The firm plan to create a film set at two locations within the park, which is south east of Strathblane. They plan to work there from September 11 to November 17.

Another site was asking for chefs assistants and kitchen porters to work on the production in Glasgow and surrounding areas, starting in August 24th – for 13 weeks.

Outlaw King will tell the story of Robert The Bruce, the king who led his country to freedom from the oppressive rule of England in Scotland. It is written and directed by David Mackenzie and will be distributed by Netflix. Chris Pine will play Robert The Bruce, Aaron-Taylor Johnson will play James Douglas and the female lead will be played by Florence Pugh.

Aaron Taylor-Johnson joins Chris Pine in Netflix’s ‘Outlaw King’

Aaron Taylor-Johnson joins Chris Pine in Netflix’s ‘Outlaw King’

Deadline reported today that Aaron Taylor-Johnson is being set to co-star as James Douglas in Outlaw King, the David Mackenzie-directed Netflix feature that stars Chris Pine as Robert the Bruce in the War for Scottish Independence.

Chris joined the project back in April, teaming again with his Hell or High Water director David Mackenzie. He’s set to play Robert the Bruce, the king who led his country to freedom from the oppressive rule of England in Scotland.