Which UK Cinemas Will Show “The Outlaw King” On the Same Day as it’s Netflix Release?

There are 9 UK cinemas that will be showing upcoming Netflix film “The Outlaw King”. The UK cinema chain Curzon will be showing the film this weekend to coincide with the global release on Netflix as well as two independent cinemas: Glasgow Film Theatre and Edinburgh Filmhouse. The movie was filmed in Scotland and will also be shown in . Curzon has previously shown “22 July”, “Mudbound”, “Okja”, “The Meyerowitz Stories” and “Beasts Of No Nation” for Neftlix in the UK and they will also be showing the upcoming Netflix film “ROMA” before it’s streaming release.

Curzon has 13 cinemas throughout the UK in London (Aldgate, Bloomsbury, Mayfair, Soho, Victoria and Wimbledon), Canterbury, Colchester, Knutsford, Oxford, Richmond, Ripon and Sheffield. “Outlaw King” will be shown at 7 of these highlighted in bold italics.

The untold, true story of Robert The Bruce who transformed from defeated nobleman, to reluctant King, to outlaw hero over the course of an extraordinary year. Forced into battle in order to save his family, his people and his country from the oppressive English occupation of medieval Scotland, Robert seizes the Scottish crown and rallies a ragtag group of men to face off against the wrath of the world’s strongest army lead by the ferocious King Edward 1 and his volatile son, the Prince of Wales.

“The Outlaw King” arrives on November 9th on Netflix and in selected cinemas.

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7 thoughts on “Which UK Cinemas Will Show “The Outlaw King” On the Same Day as it’s Netflix Release?

  1. It is news to me that Robert the Bruce faced off against the Mongol Golden Horde.

    I hope they show the full mess of political nastiness. Robert the Bruce was allied with Edward I against the King of Scotland at one point. Robert the Bruce later murdered his rival for King of Scotland and another in a church, seriously regarded as a sanctuary in mediaeval times.

    1. Robert the Bruce allied himself with Edward, just as other Scottish nobles did at various times. He also fought against Edward and was supposed to hand over his daughter to ensure his good behaviour, but he never did. The King of Scots, John Balliol, failed to stand up to Edward over the issue of Scottish soldiers fighting in France, so the Scots nobility abandoned him and allied themselves with France. Murdering your opponent was what people did in those days – after all, Edward’s son was murdered by his mother and her lover. It was nasty and brutal on both sides – Edward was a brutal ruler, and this helped Bruce forge a united Scotland. Don’t judge Bruce by the standards of today.

  2. I have been trying to contact you about showing your Outlaw King at community centres on a big projection screen. Who do u speak to?

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