New promos from an early production shoot for 'Enemy of Man', a retelling of Shakespeare's Macbeth. Actual production begins this January (ignore the source's misinformation).
The film’s director Vincent Regan – best known for his acting roles in the movies 300 and Troy – said he wanted to make a film that Shakespeare would have made had he been alive.
Regan, who also wrote the screenplay, said he was ‘stripping back the dialogue and cranking up the action for the timeless tale of war, regicide, betrayal and ultimately revenge’.
The film stars Charles Dance as Duncan and Sean Bean as Macbeth. The role of Lady Macbeth is still to be cast.
Rupert Grint plays Rosse, a Scottish nobleman and friend of Macbeth. In Shakespeare’s play, Rosse is a minor character who serves as a messenger to the major players.