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A brand new Napoleon clip for Sony Photos’ forthcoming epic conflict drama has been revealed, that includes Oscar winner Joaquin Phoenix because the titular French chief.

The video reveals the controversial historic determine as he shows his navy prowess and intelligence by arising with an ingenious plan to defeat their enemies. It highlights the Battle of Austerlitz, the place Napoleon lures opposing forces right into a brutal icy lure. The movie premieres on November 22.

Take a look at the Napoleon clip beneath (watch extra trailers):

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What to anticipate in Napoleon?

Ridley Scott is directing from a screenplay written by David Scarpa. This marks Phoenix and Scott’s newest collaboration collectively after beforehand working collectively within the acclaimed 2000 epic drama Gladiator. Becoming a member of Phoenix are Vanessa Kirby, Tahar Rahim, Ben Miles, Ludivine Sagnier, Matthew Needham, Youssef Kerkour, Phil Cornwell, and extra.

“Napoleon is a spectacle-filled motion epic that particulars the checkered rise and fall of the long-lasting French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte,” reads the synopsis. “Towards a shocking backdrop of large-scale filmmaking orchestrated by legendary director Ridley Scott, the movie captures Bonaparte’s relentless journey to energy by means of the prism of his addictive, unstable relationship together with his one real love, Josephine, showcasing his visionary navy and political techniques in opposition to a number of the most dynamic sensible battle sequences ever filmed.”

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Napoleon is produced by Scott and Kevin Walsh for Scott Free. As Scott prepares for the film’s upcoming launch this yr, he’s additionally at the moment busy engaged on his long-awaited Gladiator sequel, which can be led by Oscar nominee Paul Mescal.

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