Roland Emmerich’s Anonymous.

    A political thriller about who actually wrote the plays of William Shakespeare--Edward De Vere, Earl
    of Oxford-- set against the backdrop of the succession of Queen Elizabeth I, and the Essex
    Rebellion against her.

    Roland Emmerich “The film not only makes the case for the Oxfordian theory — that Edward de
    Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford wrote Shakespeare's works. It also espouses the unorthodox Prince
    Tudor theory as well — that de Vere was the illegitimate son of Queen Elizabeth I. In the most
    extreme variants of the Prince Tudor theory,
    Edward de Vere, became the queen's lover as an adult, thus siring his own brother/son, Henry
    Wriothesley, the 3rd Earl of Southampton, who is believed to be the "Fair Youth" of the Sonnets
    and the Sonnets' dedicatee.”

    Prince Tudor Theory
    This theory asserts that Princess Elizabeth, then fourteen years old, had a child by her stepfather,
    Thomas Seymour, and that the child of this affair was secretly placed in the home of John de Vere,
    16th Earl of Oxford, and raised as Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford.

    Oxford: Son of Queen Elizabeth I by Paul Streitz is the primary work advancing PT Theory Part II.
    This book also advances the notion that the "Virgin Queen" had five other children in addition to
    Oxford, and that Henry Wriothesley was the result of an incestuous relationship between Oxford
    and his mother, the Queen.  Source:


    “Set in the political snake-pit of Elizabethan England, Anonymous speculates on an issue that has
    intrigued academics and brilliant minds ranging from Mark Twain to Sigmund Freud, namely: who
    was the author of the plays credited to William Shakespeare? Anonymous poses one possible
    answer, focusing on a time when cloak-and-dagger political intrigue, illicit romances in the Royal
    Court and schemes of greedy nobles hungry for power were exposed in the most unlikely of places:
    the London stage. Directed by Emmerich and written by John Orloff (A Mighty Heart, Legend of the
    Guardians). Anonymous hits theaters on September 30th.”

    "Little is known about the Stratford commoner's background. De Vere was a nobleman familiar with
    the Elizabethan court, knew the law, traveled to Italy and was keenly interested in the royal
    succession — all important elements in the Shakespeare canon. Emmerich's movie will bring new
    visibility to the Oxfordians, but the view will be a little out of focus. Reportedly, the movie de Vere will
    be the son of Queen Elizabeth I. That can be embarrassing for a Virgin Queen."
Anonymous: William Shakespeare
Revealed (Newmarket Pictorial
Read an Oxfordian Review
of the movie.