“Firebrand”: Alicia Vikander will replace Michelle Williams in Catherine Parr, Queen of England

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The film “Firebrand”, which tells the life story of Catherine Parr, Queen of England in the 16th century, recently came out with news of a cast change. According to the plan, Alicia Vikander will replace Michelle Williams in the role of Catherine Parr.

According to the plan, she will co-star as husband and wife with Jude Law. For Alicia Vikander, who has been known for action films over the years, being able to star in a historical biopic is a good thing for her career.

"Firebrand": Alicia Vikander will replace Michelle Williams in Catherine Parr, Queen of England

She will play Catherine Parr, the last of six wives of King Henry VIII of England. She is also the most married queen of England, with four husbands.

Catherine Parr has appeared on the screen several times, first in Alexander Korda’s masterpiece “The Private Life of Henry VIII.” in 1933, with Charles Laughton as the king and actress Everley Gregg as Catherine Parr.

Screen legend Deborah Kerr played Catherine Parr in 1952’s “Young Bess”. In 1970, Rosalie Crutchley played the role in a 90-minute BBC TV series Catherine Parr.

Brazilian director Karim Ainouz will direct the film, he has filmed “Invisible Life” “Futuro Beach” and other films.

At present, “Firebrand” has no shooting news, and there is no specific time for its release.

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