Napoleon (2023) Cast, Release Date, Plot, Trailer

Napoleon (2023) Cast, Release Date, Plot, Trailer

Napoleon cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Vanessa Kirby, Tahar Rahim. Napoleon Release Date: November 22, 2023 (USA). Napoleon Director: Ridley Scott. The trailer pictures also demonstrate how the scenes shown in the film’s 159-minute runtime will show the relationship the leader shared to The Empress Josephine.

Napoleon is an American Biography-Drama movie (2023). Joaquin Phoenix, Vanessa Kirby, Tahar Rahim are the main cast of Napoleon (2023). The film is an amalgamation of massive battles throughout Europe as well as a personal portrayal of the complicated relationship between Napoleon and his first wife Josephine who was which is played by Vanessa Kirby.

Phoenix Scott and Phoenix Scott work together once more following their collaboration in 2000’s “Gladiator” in a project which also stars Vanessa Kirby as Josefina Bonaparte. However, the actor can lack passion, to accurately catch the man once called “a chess expert whose opponents happen to be the rest of humanity.”

Napoleon Plot:

A sprawling epic that chronicles the dramatic rising and falling of French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte and his relentless rise to power through the lens of his volatile, addictive relationship with his wife Josephine.

Napoleon Detail:

Movie: Napoleon (2023)
Director: Ridley Scott
Writer: David Scarpa
Main Stars: Joaquin Phoenix, Vanessa Kirby, Tahar Rahim
Genres: ActionAdventureBiographyDramaHistoryWar
Countries: United Kingdom, United States
Language: English
Release Date: November 22, 2023 (USA)
Runtime: 2 hours 38 minutes
Filming locations: Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England, UK
Also known As: Đế Chế Napoleon, Napoleon, Napoleon Movie, Napoleon (2023)

Napoleon Cast:

Joaquin Phoenix As Napoleon Bonaparte
Vanessa Kirby As Josephine Bonaparte
Tahar Rahim As Paul Barras
Rupert Everett As Duke of Wellingtonm
Mark Bonnar As Junot
Paul Rhys As Talleyrand
Ben Miles As Caulaincourt
Riana Duce As Lucille
Ludivine Sagnier As Theresa Cabarrus
Edouard Philipponnat As Tsar Alexander
Miles Jupp As Emperor Francis II
Scott Handy As Marshal Berthier
Youssef Kerkour As Marshal Davout
John Hollingworth As Marshal Ney
Abubakar Salim As General Dumas
Thom Ashley As La Bédoyère
Jannis Niewöhner As Hippolyte Charles
Julian Rhind-Tutt As Sieyes
John Hodgkinson As Fouché
Erin Ainsworth As Hortense I
Isabella Brownson As Hortense II
Benjamin Chivers As Eugene I
Sam Meakin As Eugene II
Sinéad Cusack As Letizia Bonaparte
Harriet Bunton As Pauline Bonaparte
Audrey Brisson As Elisa Bonaparte
Matthew Needham As Lucien Bonaparte
Sam Crane As Jacques-Louis David
Sam Troughton As Robespierre
Edward Bennett As Royalist Supporter
Julian Wadham As Jean de Cambaceres
Catherine Walker As Marie Antoinette
Honor Kneafsey As Marie Antoinette Kid
Alexander Shaw As Marie Antoinette Kid
Phil Cornwell As Sanson The Borreau
Harry Taurasi As Citizen Lacombe
Edward Mercieca As General Carteaux
Arthur McBain As General Marchand
Andy Burse As Drunken British Guard
Jonathan Rice As Dealer / Victim’s Ball
Emeric Bernard-Jones As Barras’ Friend
Bay Bryan As Barras’ Friend
MichMichael Twaits As Barras’ Friend
Michael O’Connor As Charles Leclerc
Dominic Coleman As Clerk / Storage Room
Ian McNeice As Louis XVIII
Richard McCabe As Lord Whitworth
Tom Godwin As Austrian Ambassador
Gavin Spokes As Moulin
Catherine Harvey As Moulin’s Wife
David Verrey As Gohier
Benedict Martin As Roger Ducos
Edward Hogg As Citizen Gilbert
Ed Hughes As Lucien’s Associate
Jonathan Barnwell As Bourrienne, Napoleon’s Secretary
Robin Soans As Pope Pius VII
Abigail Weinstock As Eleanore
Bart Lambert As Cosack Scout (Lake)
Joshua Leese As French Signal Man #1 (Austerlitz)
Nicholas Shaw As French Signal Man #2 (Austerlitz)
Anna Mawn As The Duchess Marie-Louise
Imogen Slaughter As Nurse / Baby Napoleon
Mitchell Baggott As French Corporal
Ned Costello As French Grenadier (Butcher)
John Mula As Fisherman / Golfe-Juan
Kevin Eldon As Dr. Corvisart
Henry Morgan As Little Boy (Grasse)
Logan Truter As Little Boy
Saxon Fox As Little Boy

While the film is an amazing fresco its preconceptions cause us to be cautious. Napoleon is depicted as a brilliant soldier who mastered warfare with ease however we don’t witness him describing his strategies. The film is meant to be viewed through the eyes of Josefina, however, she is not even present. Napoleon will be released on November 22, 2023.

As time passed and the passage of time, he was made the first consul, and later the emperor, who extended his influence across Europe. But, just like his savior Alexander the Great He discovers that empires are not sustained by conquering by conquest alone. After losing at Waterloo He is removed by his fellow British in Saint Helena, where he dies six years later.

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