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THE HAPPY PRINCE Official UK Trailer (2018) Oscar Wilde

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THE HAPPY PRINCE will be released in cinemas on 15 June 2018 through Lionsgate UK. THE HAPPY PRINCE, written and directed by, as well as starring, Rupert Everett, opens in cinemas across the UK on 15 June. The film had its UK premiere on 28 March as part of the BFI Flare: London LGBTQ+ Film Festival, following world and European premieres at the Sundance and Berlin film festivals. The final years of Oscar Wilde, and the ghosts that haunted him, are vividly evoked in Everett’s directorial debut. The film features a stellar supporting cast of British actors including Colin Firth (The King’s Speech, A Single Man), Emily Watson (On Chesil Beach, Gosford Park), Colin Morgan (The Fall, Testament of Youth) and Edwin Thomas (Endeavour). Building from his own 2012 lauded stage portrayal of Wilde in David Hare’s The Judas Kiss, Everett physically and emotionally embodies the literary genius as he lives out his last days in exile in Europe, in a performance described by critics as “flawless” and “the best thing Everett has done”. The film opens in Paris, where Wilde, by now in his forties, penniless and in poor health, is still reeling after being imprisoned in England for his love affair with Lord Alfred ‘Bosie’ Douglas (Morgan). Out of prison but a pariah, Wilde swings between grief and a determination to wrest whatever pleasure and beauty he can from the time he has left. His body ailing and heavy, his mind spinning, he survives by falling back on the flamboyant irony and brilliant wit that defined him. Everett’s Wilde is tortured but determined to remain true to himself. His thoughts are filled with love and betrayal and permeated with those closest to him: Bosie, his literary agent Robbie Ross (Edwin Thomas), his great friend Reggie Turner (Firth) and his estranged wife Constance (Watson). As the film travels through Wilde’s final act, and journeys from England to France and Italy, desire and loyalty face off, the transience of lust is laid bare, and the true riches of love are revealed.
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j.d.- 11201 r. (1 month ago)
Again colin morgan plays a spectacular performance i love his passion to his craft. The film, I liked it very much though quite sad towards the end.
stelios ioannou (2 months ago)
http://tenies.club/movies/the-happy-prince/
Subin (2 months ago)
Arthur where are you... here you have a new Merlin xD (sorry but I would like it) I'm really excited to see this movie
TRAILER HD (2 months ago)
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Mystearicia (3 months ago)
wowwww I did not recognize Colin Morgan at all
Amelia Darkholme (3 months ago)
Whoaa blond Colin would make a great Lestat...😍💜
OEKIE77 (3 months ago)
"A dreaded sunny day, So let's go where we're wanted, and I meet you at the cemetery gates, Keats and Yates are on your side, But you lose, because weird lover Wilde is on mine..." "Cemetery Gates" (from "The Queen is Dead" by The Smiths) (1986)
Sad that boys and men are still victimized by gay men and feminists defend these pedophiles. Wilde was a horrid pedophile. Society did not pay him back for these cruel crimes he committed. But there are lots of women here who love their gay porn and insist on reality imitating it. You are sick and deranged animals. Educate yourselves before you comment or are welcomed into civilization. Kill women!
It's online now. But it sucked.
Natalie G (3 months ago)
To my shock and dismay this comments section is full of praise and adoration...!!? one idiot even spouting that this was the most beautiful movie ever made...lololol Oscar Wilde was a pedophile and it is all in his court records..... but you sick fucks want to lock up people like Bill Cosby and worship old men fucking teenage boys.... wow, what double standard motherfuckers.... read on - Parts of Oscar's case dealt with Wilde’s relationships with teenage boys. Most of those on Queensberry’s list were “renters”, prostitutes who Wilde paid for sex. Charles Parker, 17 when he met the 38-year-old Wilde in 1893, is typical: he alleged that on their first meeting Wilde took him to the Savoy, gave him iced champagne and took him to bed where he performed “certain operations with his mouth”. The next morning Wilde gave him money. Parker became a star witness in the criminal trial, and we now hear his voice again as he claims that Wilde “committed the act of sodomy upon me”...etc.. AND YOU THINK WILDE STOPPED THERE!!!???? I hope and old man fucks all your underage sons.... although I'm sure of few of you lying ass raping sickos cheering this shit on, wud probably join in. - Fuck this boring sexually abusive bullshit movie glorifying a pedo hero.
Well I agree Natalie. I'm actually shocked that a female admits this. Feminists are the greatest defenders of gay pedophiles.
Christian Meuwly (3 months ago)
This Oscar Wide look like having more than 50 Yers old ! WTF !
Christian Meuwly (1 month ago)
Did you really see the lasts pics of him ? Sorry he look way too old...
Phoenix Chastaine (1 month ago)
Do 2 years of hard labor in prison back then, and let's see how your look afterwards ya nitwit.
<3 beautiful
Els Frentrop (5 months ago)
I laught a lot while during this movie and in the end I cried my eyes out
Rose Ton (6 months ago)
I really hope that Colin Morgan knew what his doing when he accepted to play Bosie. This role will change his life forever. Sooner or later someone will put him this straight question: "Are you gay?" If he says "no", everyone will be watching him at any public appearances and will try to prove that he's lying. His life will become a hell. If he says "Yes", he's career will probablly suffer because he will not get some roles by now.
Terry (3 months ago)
And this affects your life how?
Rose Ton (6 months ago)
GreenePearl As far as i know, nobody ask him directly: "Are you gay?" I know the story wity Merlin very well. All Merlin's fans know it. But all the questions from the interviews on this topic were soft. The hardes / most direct question was: "How close are you (Bradley James and Colin Morgan) in real life?" About the fact that the world is more interested in the relationships between women and man, well... Tell this to Bradley and Colin. They have been harassed enough because of the supposed relationship between them. Personally don'-t think they were more that good friends.
GreenePearl (6 months ago)
come on.. as if no one harrassed him about this before while he was acting in Merlin.. and in today's entertainment industry, people are most interested in women's dating lives and sexuality, anyways.
MsAltair85 (6 months ago)
Why are all the actors so old tho?
MsAltair85 (6 months ago)
Hard labor for 2 years omg :O
kennedy cox (6 months ago)
shouldn't the actor be a little younger to depict oscar wilde..
Phoenix Chastaine (1 month ago)
I think you'll see he actually starts out young and ages. Particularly from the prison stint.
Terry (3 months ago)
My thoughts exactly. Wilde died at 46.
Garland5 (7 months ago)
I think of all the gay people throughout history who suffered because they were not understood or wanted. This film looks gorgeous.
lessls (7 months ago)
Ah yes, Colin Morgan. The man infamous for starring in things that make me cry. The brilliant actor who crushes your soul with his performance. In another definitely very sad movie? Sign me up.
Reese Issel (7 months ago)
A Rupperts Eve with the Arch Bishop Of Canterbury
Nisha (7 months ago)
First Rupert and Colin co starred in The Importance of Being Earnest, which was Wilde's most famous play, and now they're co starring again, this time Rupert as Wilde ♥️♥️♥️
x_AJ_x (7 months ago)
Seeing Colin in that blonde wig I couldn't help but think.....Lestat De Lioncourt is that you?? He could pull that role off I think... Now I kinda wanna see him play the vampire Lestat in a Vampire Chronicles movie or tv show....
JulesLostControl (1 month ago)
i love Colin, but no
plutorama (7 months ago)
Colin Morgan looks gorgeous. Just the other day I was bemoaning that he’d let his looks slip since his pretty days in Merlin. Don’t know what he’s done, but he’s BACK! Couldn’t believe that was really him as Bosie. Well done, him.
Phoenix Chastaine (1 month ago)
Yes, good forbid one would age with the passing of time (eyeroll).
Robin Stevens (7 months ago)
He would be PERFECT playing Sherlock Holmes in the new dramatic series about the final days or cases of his life... He could finish what Jeremy Brett had started but could not finish..
CaptBunnykiller (3 months ago)
I agree. He would be the only one right now I'd trust to finish Jeremy's work. He has done Holmes before, but that was a parallel universe and not the original writings. And I think that a lot of people who only knew Rupert from his Hollywood movies did not take him seriously as an actor until now. I am sure this will change dramatically after The Happy Prince.
Adam Gregory (3 months ago)
If you mean Rupert Everett, he already has. Just look for Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking.
Vino (7 months ago)
Looks like a stinker.
johan day (7 months ago)
when wiil this be in Europe?????
johan day (7 months ago)
Thank you for your information.
BritFlicks.Com (7 months ago)
Sorry Johan we have no news on a release in France. Here's the production companies website, contact them and let us know if it get a release! http://maze-pictures.com/de/the-happy-prince
johan day (7 months ago)
And in France ,please??
BritFlicks.Com (7 months ago)
According to IMDB it's out in Germany today!
johan day (7 months ago)
Like to see this film ,wonder just how bad his life was in Paris afterwards?
Matt Wojciechowski (8 months ago)
Does anyone know when this opens in the U.S.?
BritFlicks.Com (8 months ago)
It was at Sundance in January but we're not aware of a U.S. release date as yet.
Neptune (8 months ago)
I want to watch this so bad, all the actors are magnificent
Who else is here for Colin Morgan?😍💝😍💝😍💝😍💝
Chani Elkin (8 months ago)
Stephen Fry is always my 'true' Oscar Wilde, but I am always up for more movies about Oscar & Bosie.  And this looks really good - can't wait to see it! <3
Phoenix Chastaine (1 month ago)
+Morgan LeFay Agreed!
Phoenix Chastaine (1 month ago)
You could watch the two movies about Oscar Wilde and Urarian boy prior to fry's Wilde. If it weren't for Oscar, many of these people wouldn't have been as well known or regarded. Fry certainly wouldn't have been. His performance so melded him to Oscar he's been walking Oscars path in his own life every since. Which is a little sad really because is become that actors bane of the inescapable character. But, Fry did play up to it as well, because the role landed him a much greater interview demand than he'd had before, so there's that. But based on his Brussels incident, it came with a price. But the bank balance has a way of ameliorating any sting of it, probably :p
Messylin (5 months ago)
Exactly!!! Egan was brilliant in Lillie.
Morgan LeFay (5 months ago)
Two words: Peter Egan.
Messylin (7 months ago)
Chani Elkin Stephen Fry never played Wilde, he played himself as Wilde. And the end result was he gave a mild mannered inoffensive performance that completely failed to capture the savage wit and spirit of the man. Everett comes closer.
Ad Maiora (8 months ago)
I saw the movie at the cinema a few days ago and this is my review https://youtu.be/05_vTFYTcIo
Can dy (9 months ago)
I am so looking forward to this movie. Colin Morgan looks so good.

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