Next week Netflix is scheduled to release its new period piece, The King, starring Timothée Chalamet and Robert Pattinson. Ahead of the premiere, the streaming service shares the final trailer for the anticipated film.

In The King, Chalamet portrays Hal, the reluctant heir to the English throne. When his father dies, he is forced to return to the kingdom as he is crowned King Henry V. Now living the life he so desperately tried to escape, Hal must navigate the chaos his father left behind. Along the way, he receives help from his closest friend and mentor, an aging alcoholic knight named John Falstaff (played by Joel Edgerton).

Ben Mendelsohn, Sean Harris, Tom Glynn-Carney, Lily-Rose Depp, and Thomasin McKenzie feature alongside Chalamet, Pattinson, and Edgerton in The King, which is directed by David Michôd and written by Michôd and Edgerton. Brad Pitt notably serves as a producer.

The King releases in select theaters and on Netflix November 1.

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