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Kal Sabir as The Laird of Ramorny (centre) in 'Mary Queen of Scots'

The Laird of Ramorny – FAQs

There have been a number of questions asked on social media about Kal Sabir’s role as The Laird of Ramorny in ‘Mary Queen of Scots’. Here are quick-fire answers about Kal’s role: Yes, he is…

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Kal Sabir as The Laird of Ramonry, alongside Saoirse Ronan (Mary) and James McArdle (James Stuart)

‘Mary Queen of Scots’ UK Release

‘Mary Queen of Scots’ has been released in the UK today. Starring Saoirse Ronan as Mary and Margot Robbie as Elizabeth. The young Mary Stuart returns to Scotland to reclaim her rightful throne, and reconnect…


Saiorse Ronan and Margot Robbie at the European Premiere in London

Mary Queen of Scots: European Premiere

‘Mary Queen of Scots’ received it’s European Premiere at Cineworld, Leicester Square, in London on Monday 10th December, 2018. In attendance on the red carpet were: Saiorse Ronan, Margot Robbie, Jack Lowden, Joe Alwyn, Gemma…


'Mary, Queen of Scots' movie poster

‘Mary, Queen of Scots’ Trailer #2

  The second international trailer for ‘Mary, Queen of Scots’ has been released. In UK cinemas January 2019. Cast includes: Soairse Ronan, Margot Robbie, James McArdle, Adrien Lester, Guy Pearce, Martin Compston and David Tennant….


'Mary, Queen of Scots' poster

‘Mary, Queen of Scots’ Trailer #1

The first trailer for ‘Mary, Queen of Scots’ has been released. Mary Stuart’s attempt to overthrow her cousin Elizabeth I, Queen of England, finds her condemned to years of imprisonment before facing execution. Cast includes:…


Film clapper board for 'Mary, Queen of Scots'

Mary, Queen of Scots

Kal has completed filming on ‘Mary, Queen of Scots’ directed by Josie Rourke for Working Title and Clandestine Films, with a screenplay written by Beau Willimon (‘House of Cards’). Due for release in 2018, the…


Jasmine and Raj

Jasmine

“Jasmine is the story of a shy Asian teenager, Sachin, who by day tries to live up to the exacting expectations of his ambitious parents but finds freedom and a truer sense of expression in…