As civil war comes to an end, the Scottish King Duncan’s generals, Macbeth and Banquo, meet three mysterious
Sisters who prophesy that Macbeth will, one day, become the King of Scotland. His ambition whetted, Macbeth
is no longer satisfied to remain loyal to his sovereign; the seeds of deadly conspiracy are sown. Fate plays
its part as the King decides to pay a visit to Macbeth’s castle, in tribute to his general’s
Macbeth takes his wife, Lady Macbeth, into confidence regarding the Sisters’ prophecy;
together, they hatch a plot to kill Duncan and implicate his servants in the murder.
As the hour of reckoning approaches, Macbeth has misgivings about killing the king, but Lady Macbeth exhorts him to remain steadfast to his purpose. The bloody, treasonous act is carried out; upon discovery of the body, Macbeth murders Duncan’s helpless servants, to cover his tracks. Duncan’s sons, Malcolm and Donalbain, flee the castle in fear for their lives, arousing suspicion that they had a hand in their father’s murder.
Macbeth assumes the Scottish throne, and he and Lady Macbeth take up residence at Dunsinane, the royal
castle. But the crown lies uneasy, as paranoia grows in the new monarch. The Sisters have prophesied to
Macbeth’s comrade Banquo that he “shall get kings, though (he himself) be none.”
In order to secure the throne for his descendants, Macbeth orders the killings of Banquo and his son Fleance; Macbeth’s henchmen ambush and kill Banquo in a forest, but Fleance escapes.
Aside from playing Ron in the hugely successful Harry Potter franchise, Rupert has appeared in Into the
White, Wild Target, Cherrybomb and Driving Lessons.
Future projects include The Drummer and CBGB and he has recently completed The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman with
Sean Bean, England’s most versatile actor, holds a stellar career spanning every medium for
approximately 30 years, in theatre, radio, television and movies. His roles are so varied that his
magnetic persona plays angst-ridden villians, as in “Clarissa,” passionate lovers like Mellors in “Lady
Chatterley’s Lover" and noble Greeks, like Odysseus
Charles has worked on many films during his illustrious career including Alien 3, Gosford Park, White
Mischief, Hilary and jackie and the Last Action Hero.
He wrote and directed the Ladies in Lavender and appears as Tyrwin Lannister in HBO’s Game of Thrones.
Jason’s film work includes Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Snatch, Below, The League of
Extraordinary Gentlemen, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Clash of the Titans, Ironclad, Hanna, Wild
Bill and X-Men First class.
His most recent work includes Black Mirror on television and Welcome to the Punch.
James’ film work includes Master and Commander, W.E American Haunting, Flashback of a Fool.
His most recent work includes The Domino Effect, Cloud Atlas and as Anthony Perkins opposite Anthony Hopkins in Hitchcock. He is currently filming the Wachowski Brother’s Jupiter Ascending.
Neil’s film work includes Jay in the critically acclaimed Kill List, Piggy, Wild Bill, Bonded by Blood,
Rise of the Footsoldier, Atonement, Wasteland and Basic Instinct 2.
He has written and directed the hard hitting Shitkicker and can currently be seen on Channel 4’s Utopia.
As an actor Regan has appeared in Snow White and the Huntsman, Lockout, Clash of the Titans, Troy,
Unleashed, 300 and Joan of Arc among others and has worked with such directors as Luc Besson, Danny
Boyle, Zach Synder, Wolfgang Peterson and Roger Michell.
He has a strong reputation in award winning British television drama such as The Street, Wallander, Low Winter Sun and Eureka Street.
He has worked at the National theatre, spent three years at The Royal Shakespeare company, returning recently as Achilles in Peter Stein’s Troilus and Cressida. He played the title role in Hamlet and directed Macbeth on the
The Enemy of Man are currently raising finance to go into production through crowdfunding.
Check out the Kickstarter page for exclusive rewards including the short film pilot The Instruments of Darkness starring Sean Bean, Rupert Grint and Charles Dance.
Be sure to follow us on Twitter or Facebook to stay up to date with all the latest Enemy of Man news.