After a red carpet premiere in London a couple of weeks ago, Channing Tatum’s Roman epic ‘The Eagle‘ will finally hit UK theaters this week. Focus Features has added a few new production stills to the UK official site, and fans can check out Chan with his co-star Jamie Bell in the new photos below…

The Eagle‘ is helmed by award-winning director Kevin Macdonald, is based on the best-selling, classic 1954 teen novel by Rosemary Sutcliff, and is set in the dangerous world of second-century Britain. The film will hit UK theaters as early as this Wednesday, March 23rd, so make sure you go check it out!!!

Here’s what the UK’s Sunday Mirror had to say about the film…

“A stylishly brooding Roman adventure, The Eagle is a thrilling journey into the heart of darkness (well, Scotland). Gritty and moody, bloody and brutal, this tough and exciting Roman epic is a classic tale that is very well made … along with all the talk of ‘honour’, this Roman ­adventure film is driven by some beautifully staged fight scenes and succeeds in being an ­enjoyable Roman romp…Tatum is impressively brooding and ­his chaste bromance with Esca is well developed.”

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3 Responses to Check Out New Movie Stills for Channing Tatum’s ‘The Eagle’ on UK Official Website

  1. kumoni says:

    this movie looks awesome, i can’t wait for it to come out:):)

  2. Guf says:

    It’s a good movie, and the character of Marcus is very interesting and complex on a psychological level.
    He’s a figure with a strong psychic component, motivated by a profound vocation, which embodies the Roman “Pietas” (the highest sense of spiritual and moral virtue).
    I think it could be inaccurate to speak of “bromance” with Esca.
    Esca is attracted by the charisma of Marcus, and follows him though not understanding his reasons.
    The faith of Marcus is in the Eagle, and in the spirit that it represents.
    The faith of Esca is in Marcus.
    Central is also the father figure (often absent but dominant in roles chosen by Channing) and the ambivalence of feelings for him.
    A movie to watch with special care in grasping the psychological subtlety of the two main characters, physically close, but separated by a thin, impenetrable wall of lack of communication.

  3. Ebele Enwerekowe says:

    This has all the makings of a great movie! Love that! :D

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