How to watch Firebrand

If you prefer learning visually, Firebrand offers a captivating delve into the tumultuous history of King Henry VIII and his intricate relationship with one of his six wives, Katherine Parr. This alternative summer film features Jude Law portraying the infamous English monarch and Alicia Vikander as Katherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and final wife. Originally debuting on the 2023 fall film festival circuit, Firebrand is now available for general audiences to experience.

 

Where and When to Watch Firebrand

In Movie Theaters: Firebrand is currently exclusively screening in movie theaters across the US and UK. To find showtimes and locations near you, visit Fandango, where you can purchase tickets directly.

Streaming Availability: As of now, Firebrand is not available for streaming. The film is focusing on its theatrical release, but stay tuned for updates on when it may become available for digital on-demand viewing and potentially on major streaming platforms.

 

About Firebrand

Synopsis: Based on Elizabeth Fremantle’s novel “Queen’s Gambit,” Firebrand transports viewers to Tudor England, where Katherine Parr, twice married and learned, reluctantly becomes Henry VIII’s sixth wife. Her decision carries immense risk, given the fates of her predecessors. Tasked as Regent in Henry’s absence, Katherine faces court intrigue and suspicion, particularly regarding her rumored sympathies towards radical Protestant beliefs. As Henry returns and paranoia grips the court, Katherine navigates treacherous waters, fighting for survival amidst political machinations and personal grief.

Cast and Crew:

  • Starring: Jude Law, Alicia Vikander, Eddie Marsan, Sam Riley, Simon Russell Beale, Erin Doherty
  • Director: Karim Aïnouz

Critical Reception: Critics have been divided on Firebrand, with the film holding a 50% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Explore the trailer to gauge if Firebrand’s blend of historical drama and suspense appeals to your cinematic tastes.

As Firebrand continues its theatrical run, audiences can anticipate an immersive journey through Tudor intrigue, power struggles, and the resilience of Katherine Parr in the face of Henry VIII’s tumultuous court.