I worry whether you have it in you to commit this evil deed for you are too good but I shall promise that I shall make sure you do the evil deed you wish to exceed.
Everything is in place! You WILL kill the king!
My Dearest I don't think I can go along with this...
The three witches, Banquo, and Macbeth meet each other after the battle and the three witches tell Macbeth that he shall be Thane of Cawdor and future king while Banquo's children will also be future kings.
I appreciate you allowing me into your home for dinner. I know my travel was unexpected.
Thank you for coming. I appreciate your generosity my lord.
Macbeth sends Lady Macbeth a letter stating what the witches had told him and how he thinks of killing the king. The sinister woman thinks of ways she shall persuade him to commit the evil deed he thinks of without fail.
Lady Macbeth peer pressures Macbeth in killing Duncan even though he begins to not want to because of how kind and generous the king has been to him but she doesn't allow his kind heart to overcome her evil greed for power.
THE KING IS DEAD!
I can't believe this...
It was the guards!
King Duncan arrives to the home of the Macbeths and not knowing his future doom.
Macbeth kills King Duncan, knowing he will feel the guilt through out his life.
The king's servant finds out first hand that the king is dead and goes to tell Macbeth and the others not knowing that Macbeth was the one that had done it and Lady Macbeth accuses the guards that were supposed to protect him.