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Horrible Histories movie trailer reveals first look at SATC star

Digital Spy (UK) logo Digital Spy (UK) 15/06/2019 Dan Seddon
Sebastian Croft, Emilia Jones posing for the camera: Kim Cattrall appears in the latest trailer for the Horrible Histories movie - where she portrays Nero's mother Agrippina. © Altitude Film Entertainment Kim Cattrall appears in the latest trailer for the Horrible Histories movie - where she portrays Nero's mother Agrippina.

The latest trailer for Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans trailer is here.

Starring a colossal cast of well-known British talent – including Submarine's Craig Roberts, Nick Frost, Derek Jacobi, Kate Nash, Harry Potter's Warwick Davis and Not Going Out star Lee Mack – this take on the beloved children's book series also boasts a Sex and the City icon.

Step forward Kim Cattrall, whose portrayal of Emperor Nero's mother Agrippina is sure to be a highlight.

a group of people posing for a picture: Horrible Histories: The Movie - Rotten Romans, official poster © Altitude/Citrus Films Horrible Histories: The Movie - Rotten Romans, official poster

In the trailer, we get a fresh taste of the humour floating around this historical adventure.

"Who are these guys?" Nero asks as he points to a battle map, before one of his commanders dryly responds "Those are trees..."

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"I knew that!" the emperor quickly promises.

For fans of the CBBC TV show, you'll be pleased to notice that Horrible Histories favourites including Sanjeev Bhaskar, Dave Lamb, Sarah Hadland, Jessica Ransom, Dominique Moore, Katy Wix, Tom Stourton and Richard David-Caine are all aboard.

So, let the sword-swinging and historical parodying commence.

Kim Cattrall sitting on a stage in front of a laptop: Kim Cattrall on Piers Morgan Stories © ITV Kim Cattrall on Piers Morgan Stories

Finally, here's a piece of Kim Cattrall trivia for you – did you know that she turned down her Sex and the City role three times before signing up?

Horrible Histories: The Movie – Rotten Romans will march into UK and Irish cinemas on July 26.

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