‘The Princess Bride’ cast and crew are back in the UK
It’s the end of summer!
That’s right, it’s time for the cast and cast of the film ‘The Queen of Versailles’ to be back in their native land.
The film was released in Australia in May 2017 and the cast has returned to Australia, and this time, the production company behind the project has announced a UK theatrical release, which will be on Friday August 10.
“We’ve been working with the film’s production company, ‘ROV-Doo’, on a theatrical release to mark the 30th anniversary of the original release,” ROV said in a statement.
“We’ve made the decision to release this worldwide in the hopes of reaching more people in the world, and we are delighted to announce that the film will be released in the United Kingdom on Friday, August 10, 2019.”
“The Princess is back in town and she’s on a mission to find the ‘missing’ Queen of Verasilles,” they added.
“What happened to her?
Who is this mysterious lady with a big heart and a secret that no one knows?
The Queen of the Realms and her daughter have disappeared, leaving her in a state of shock.
We’ve assembled the most incredible cast and directors in the industry to tell her story.
We hope that everyone will be happy and that everyone can enjoy the film.”
So, who is this new Queen of Realms?
Here’s what we know so far.
The Queen is a character named Kite who was originally introduced in the original ‘The King’s Quest’ novelisation of the book.
She has a “long, dark past”, and is the daughter of King Edward IV, Queen Elizabeth II.
Her father, King Henry VIII, died in 1485, leaving Kite and her mother, Lady Jane Grey, to raise their two daughters, Princess Mary and Elizabeth, from infancy.
“The Queen is the most beautiful princess of all time, but her love of beauty is as powerful as her love for the world,” author R. A. Salvatore wrote in his 2001 book The Queen and the Dragon, which was published as part of the Oxford University Press collection, The Complete King’s Saga.
“Her beauty, and her courage, are the things that unite us, and she must make peace with herself.”
Kite and Elizabeth are also a part of a group of princesses who, during a visit to the French village of Verdes, have a strange dream.
They wake up in the French countryside, where they discover they’ve been transported to a fairy world, where there are dragons, and who are they?
“They’re all from the same world,” said Elizabeth.
“And, oh, they’re all beautiful.
So beautiful that it’s hard to believe it could happen.
But they are.”
Elizabeth and Kite are sent to the village of St-Martin de Bross in the Alps, where Kite sees a vision of the princesses, with their fairytale worlds and the castle of Verlas, with its dragon castle.
She is then told that her mother and the others, including Elizabeth, have been taken to Veras.
“They tell me to go, and then they tell me I’m to stay with them in Veras,” said Kite.
“I’m not sure where they’re going.”
She is taken to a secret castle where the princess and her friends have been trapped for thousands of years.
The castle is built by a man called Jacques who has a secret.
“He tells us that if you have to kill one of them, you have the chance to save all of them,” she said.
“I am the Princess of Verbas, the Queen of The Realms.
But we must make the world right.”
But, Kite doesn’t want to leave her home in the mountains to go on a quest to save the princess, and so, she and her fellow princesses have to find a way to save their home, the Castle of Verses, from a deadly monster.
In the first three ‘The Prince of Verges’ books, there was an unnamed girl who would accompany the protagonists on their adventures.
“The Princess of Versas” is a reference to the fictional princess of Verbes, named Jane, played by Julia Roberts.
The film also uses a lot of references to the classic Disney classic, ‘The Little Mermaid’ in which Mermaid meets and falls in love with a mermaid named Rufio.
“In the original story, Princesses Kite, Kint, and Kiny are in the Castle, in a place called Verbes.
It’s a place where people go for a bath, a place they call Versa,” said producer David Greenfield.
“They are surrounded by all these beautiful people, and they have to decide whether they want to go home to Verbes or go on their adventure to save