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Saltburn: Release Date, Cast, Director, and Plot Revealed for Margot Robbie’s Latest Film


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Barbie: Warner Bros.’ Most Successful Film by a Female Director

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Barbie is quickly becoming the most successful film in the history of Warner Bros., as the billion-dollar grossing film from director Greta Gerwig has broken almost every record in the books and become the highest-grossing movie ever made by a female director. The film was produced by Margot Robbie, who is currently making waves in Hollywood with her latest film. However, Margot Robbie’s credentials as a producer go much further back, as she has produced acclaimed films with female talent. These films range from the prestige biopic “I, Tonya” to the DC Comics romp “Birds of Prey.” She also produced Emerald Fennell’s debut feature film, “Promising Young Woman, in 2020,” which won Fennell an Academy Award for best original screenplay. Robbie was born and raised in Australia.

Saltburn: An Upcoming Mystery Thriller

The movie starring Carey Mulligan was an unexpected hit that has been adored by many people ever since, including the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which put it up for four Oscar nominations. Saltburn is a British upmarket mystery thriller starring Barry Keoghan, Jacob Elordi, and Rosamund Pike, and it is considered to be another big candidate during this Awards season. Emerald Fennell is back with her sophomore film this year, and its title means “Saltburn.” This implies that Margot Robbie will have two films in her hands this year, namely Saltburn and Barbie, that have the potential to compete for an Academy Award. Emerald Fennell even has a role in the more recent picture, playing the pregnant version of Barbie known as Midge. Suppose you are looking forward to watching Saltburn because you enjoyed Margot Robbie’s previous films, such as Promising Young Woman and the other films she has produced. In that case, the following information is for you.

Saltburn Cast

  • Rosamund Pike

  • Carey Mulligan

  • Barry Keoghan as Oliver Quick

  • Archie Madekwe as Farleigh

  • Richard E. Grant as Sir James

  • Jacob Elordi as Felix Catton

  • Reece Shearsmith

  • Lolly Adefope as Lady Daphne

  • Alison Oliver as Venetia

  • Paul Rhys as Duncan

  • Sadie Soverall as Annabel

  • Aleah Aberdeen as Alicia

  • Millie Kent as India

  • Pierre Bergman as Man at Bar

  • Michelle Thomas as Camilla

  • Gabriel Bisset-Smith as Reg Starter

  • Joshua Samuels as Liam

  • Saga Spjuth-Säll as Sam

What is the Release Date of Saltburn?


The film Saltburn will make its world premiere on October 4, 2023, at the beginning of the 67th annual BFI London Film Festival. The film has successfully competed for and won the coveted opening night slot at the festival. MGM will be responsible for the film’s distribution in the United States. It will be available to many customers on the weekend of Thanksgiving, November 24. It will expand into more theaters the following weekend for a wide release with no real competition as studios usually leave the Thanksgiving weekend empty for the several big films that release before it to get some repeat business before the holiday season begins. This year, examples of such films include Napoleon, Disney’s Wish, The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, Dune: Part Two, and The Marvels.

Who is the Director of Saltburn?

Emerald Lilly Fennell is a well-known name in the English acting, directing, and writing communities. She has been nominated for numerous prizes and won a number of them, including one Academy Award, two British Academy Film prizes, one Screen Actors Guild Award, and nominations for three Primetime Emmy Awards and three Golden Globe Awards. Her roles in historical drama films such as “Albert Nobbs” (2011), “Anna Karenina” (2012), “The Danish Girl” (2015), and “Vita and Virginia” (2018) are largely responsible for Fennell’s initial rise to fame. She became more well-known for her leading parts in the period drama series Call the Midwife (which aired on BBC One from 2013 to 2017) and her performance as Camilla Parker-Bowles in The Crown, which will air on Netflix from 2019 to 2020. It was revealed in January 2022 that Fennell had secured her next project as a director with Media Rights Capital, with the intention of beginning production during the summer of that year. In May of 2022, Rosamund Pike, Barry Keoghan, and Jacob Elordi signed on to work on the project, later identified as Saltburn.


Is There a Trailer for Saltburn?

MGM still needs to distribute a trailer for the film Saltburn because they are most likely waiting for the picture to debut at the BFI. Despite this, the film’s creators have provided us with a sneak peek into the flashy and alluring world of excess that the characters in the movie inhabit by releasing a couple of first-look photographs of the film.

What is the Plot of Saltburn?


The novel Saltburn, set in the middle of the 2000s, has been described as a sinister story of privilege and desire investigating England’s aristocratic high society. It is said to be a riveting and disturbing story of obsession that features “a soundtrack of early 21st-century pop bangers.” Since the movie is a mystery, in which the audience learns things alongside the main character, the story’s specifics have been kept a secret; therefore, it is advisable to avoid going into the plot in great depth. But as we already know, Barry Keoghan takes on the role of an Oxford student named Oliver Quick. Oliver, who Jacod Elordi plays, cannot form his group of friends and instead falls in love with an upper-class man named Felix Catton. Felix invites Oliver to spend the summer at Saltburn, the prestigious family estate he shares with his eccentric family.

Because Fennell is most likely pulling from her life experiences for the film, she is the ideal person to tell a narrative like this one. The British jeweler Theo Fennell, who is Fennell’s father, is well-to-do in the circles of British high society. She went to the most prestigious and pricey private school in the United Kingdom, and she is most known for her role as Queen Consort Camila Shand in the third season of The Crown on Netflix.

The following is what the film’s logline says, which was published by Amazon:

Oliver Quick, a student who is having trouble finding his place at Oxford University, is attracted to the world of the beautiful and aristocratic Felix Catton, who invites him to Saltburn, the huge estate that his peculiar family owns, for a summer that will always be remembered. Quick is still looking for his place at Oxford University.

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