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Mary Queen of Scots


Rated R

Box Office: $13.5M


Boxart Format Release Date
Mca br62198731 Blu-ray + Digital HD
UPC: 191329072592
02/26/2019 Not Available
Mca br62202253 4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray + Digital HD
UPC: 191329098776
Mca d62198733d DVD
UPC: 191329072615
02/26/2019 Not Available

Release Dates

When Announced When Released
In Theaters December 07 2018
On 4K-UHD March 05 2019Now Available
On Blu-ray February 26 2019Now Available
On DVD February 26 2019Now Available

Product Details


Margot Robbie, Saoirse Ronan, Gemma Chan, Joe Alwyn, Guy Pearce, David Tennant, Jack Lowden, Ian Hart, Brendan Coyle, Martin Compston, Ismael Cruz Cordova, Maria Dragus, Adrian Lester, James McArdle, Alex Beckett


Josie Rourke


Beau Willimon, John Guy


Mary Queen of Scots is a retelling of the turbulent life of Mary Stuart (Saoirse Ronan), based on the book ''Queen of Scots: The True Life of Mary Stuart'' by Dr. John Guy. Queen of France at 16, at 18 Mary is widowed, defies pressure to remarry and instead returns to her native Scotland to reclaim her rightful throne. By birth, Mary has a rival claim to the throne of Elizabeth I (Margot Robbie), who rules as England's Queen. Contrary to earlier accounts, and based on Dr. John Guy's research, we see Mary as a capable politician and leader who wanted an alliance with her cousin Elizabeth. Mary fights to govern her unruly kingdom at a time when female monarchs are reviled as monstrous. To secure their thrones, the two Queens make very different choices about marriage and children. Mary's reputation is under continual attack from her enemies, who construct lies about her sexual conduct. Betrayal, rebellion and conspiracies within each court imperil both Queens–driving them apart, as each woman experiences the bitter cost of power.


$13.5 Million




Rated R
some violence and sexuality


124 Minutes




By: kurtmac

almost 2 years ago

I really hope this film is historically correct. I have a big problem with the “artistic license” that some directors/writers take with these historical pieces. The trailer does not offer much hope, as it insinuates that Elizabeth was a not an attractive queen and obsessed with Mary’s beauty (and a reason for hating her). The latter may be true, but Queen Elizabeth I, was hardly an ugly duckling and the whole affair of Mary being in England, might have something to do with her being executed. We will see!