Robert the Bruce

Angus Macfadyen is Robert the Bruce: Exclusive Interview on Set

UPDATE 02-March-2018 13:14 GMT:

At the Production's request, we’re delaying the release of our exclusive interviews to better time with the film’s distribution.

WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Angus Macfadyen talks to David Petherick of EdinburghFestival.org about his role in the forthcoming film 'Robert The Bruce'.

Originally playing the role of Robert The Bruce in 1995's Braveheart, Angus talks on location in Scotland about the long journey towards making this movie, the snows of Montana, a conversation with a spider in a cave, underdogs, failure, family, death, the Common Weal, and Scotland. #robertthebruce

Angus Macfadyen being interviewed by David Petherick. Robert the Bruce 25-Feb-18 Photo credit: Roza Nazipova.

Angus Macfadyen and David Petherick, Stirling, 25-Feb-18. Photo credit: Roza Nazipova.

Forthcoming world exclusive interviews on camera from the movie Robert the Bruce

We will be sitting down to talk to Angus on camera in detail, posing some interesting questions, and posting the filmed interviews and some exclusive on-set photographs here at edinburghfestival.org

We will also have interviews coming with:

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L-R: David Petherick and Angus Macfadyen on set of Robert The Bruce, February 25th 2018.

Photo Credit: Photgraph Copyright 2018 David Ho at Professional Headshots Scotland. No reproduction allowed without permission.

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About David Petherick

David Petherick is the owner of edinburghfestival.org and was born in, and lives, in Edinburgh. He is a writer, marketer and tweeter and is also "Doctor LinkedIn". Follow @edinburghfest for festival news and updates and @petherick for personal news and views. David has previously worked as UK Editor for The Next Web.

  1. I Dawson on February 27, 2018 at 8:18 pm

    Did you all know that the SEAL of Robert the Bruce, has been taken out of Scotland and sold to someone in America. I would like to know on who’s Authority the SEAL was sold? It belongs to Scotland, it is part of our Heritage and should be returned to Scotland ASAP.

  2. Howard on February 27, 2018 at 9:06 pm

    Great interview. So glad to meet and get to know you through or work together. The interview was brilliant. I will always have a place in my heart for Scotland. Looking forward to returning again.

  3. Paul V Hunter on March 12, 2018 at 8:26 pm

    Most people in Scotland don’t give a damn, we’re an English colony now, our heritage and history re-written for us by London Westminster.

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