But when he is discovered by a precocious eleven-year-old whose father died fighting alongside him, both his life and Scotland's history are changed forever. This boy, his mother, and two orphans who share a small croft save the Bruce's life and nurse him back to health. He becomes a part of their unique family - and they become the first soldiers in his new army - as he sets out to claim the long-awaited freedom of Scotland.
This heroic tale not only coincides with the 700th anniversary of the Declaration of Arbroath, when The Bruce declared Scotland a free land, but also on the 25th anniversary of Braveheart from which Robert The Bruce picks up the historical timeline. Angus Macfadyen portrays Robert the Bruce in both films.
In the shadow of a dark internet conspiracy theory, a group of elites gathers for the very first time at a remote Manor House to hunt ordinary Americans for sport. But the elites' master plan is about to be derailed because one of The Hunted, Crystal (Betty Gilpin, GLOW), knows The Hunters' game better than they do. She turns the tables on the killers, picking them off, one by one, as she makes her way toward the mysterious woman (two-time Oscar winner Hilary Swank) at the center of it all.