Another New Robin Hood Trailer Three Days Before Release?

May 10, 2010
Source: Hulu

Robin Hood

Getting a bit desperate, Universal? Who releases an entirely new trailer for a big summer movie due out later that week? Maybe it's all those mixed-to-negative reviews that Ridley Scott's Robin Hood has been getting from screenings over the last week or so. Or the knowledge that the movie ends right when the real tale of Robin Hood is supposed to begin? Anyway, yes there is a brand frickin' new trailer for Robin Hood which you can watch via Hulu below (that means only US viewers). I'm seeing Robin Hood in Cannes in a few days, so I'm just planning to go in and watch it, no need to see any more trailers at this point. Enjoy!

Watch the very final, and brand new, trailer for Ridley Scott's Robin Hood:

Follows Robin (Russell Crowe) from his early days in King Richard's army to his return to Nottingham to his creation of a band of mercenaries who challenge the sheriff and eventually try to prevent civil war.

Robin Hood is directed by British filmmaker Ridley Scott, of many classics like Alien, Blade Runner, Black Rain, G.I. Jane, Gladiator, Hannibal, Black Hawk Down, American Gangster, and many more. The script is written by Oscar winner Brian Helgeland, of L.A. Confidential, Conspiracy Theory, Mystic River, Man on Fire, Green Zone, and more. Universal is bringing Robin Hood to theaters starting on May 14th this week.

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Reader Feedback - 21 Comments


Uh oh...I've really been looking forward to this so those comments you just made worry me. Report back ASAP Alex!

peloquin on May 10, 2010


The action dial was turned up to the max in this trailer! Where is the Robin Hood video game?

The Man With No Name on May 10, 2010


It has Mark Strong in it, how did it possibly get negative reviews?...thats like an oxymoron or something.

Cody w on May 10, 2010


hulu? yuck Where can the other 6.3 billion people on the planet watch this?

Rick on May 10, 2010


that was the worst trailer . . . ever

Sharlto on May 10, 2010


Yeap fuck HULU.

Crapola on May 10, 2010


This trailer is being shown before Iron Man 2...

eric on May 10, 2010


Mixed-to-negative review? That's just an opinion by /films. Rottentomatoes meter is 88% now!

chew on May 10, 2010


@7 Thanks for informing. That explains this is just a release ONLINE as well.

chew on May 10, 2010


Come on... I can't believe this movie is PG-13. I was expecting something on the lines of Gladiator and Kingdom of heaven type of brutal action. This movie better have a great review, if not i won't bother with it.

akumared on May 10, 2010


Well I thought the same thing #10 but PG-13 can get away with a lot of blood and gore now, theres probably just no bad language.

Cody w on May 10, 2010


I hope it does stop where the other stories start. I've seen those already...

RPD on May 10, 2010


this movie has an amazing cast and looks to be a very entertaining watch (i'll probably pick up the BR as well). the only thing that can really drag it down is the PG-13 rating........if it's a "made for teen viewing" flick, it won't be as good. BUT - if they show the violence of the period - it'll be great. i know we'll be there opening night. and #5 - "worst trailer ever"? - hardly...........there have been MUCH worse trailers. you must not follow movies much.

beavis on May 11, 2010


Big Russ was on the Johnathan Ross show last week (here in the UK) and he stated that the story is a kind of origin of the Robin Hood character that we all know. He also said that he and Ridley Scott were very keen on making another film which then covers the traditional Robin Hood tale that we are familiar with from the other films over the years. Reading reviews this week in the British press...they have all been pretty positive and im looking forward to seeing this film even though i know it wont compare to Gladiator. I think the film's original working title "Nottingham" would have been better suited to this story and then they could have named the possible second film "Robin Hood".....just my opinion of course but Robin Hood 2 seems a bit trashy!

vegasdanny on May 11, 2010


Russel Hood looks a little fat in this.

almartva on May 11, 2010


Sweet, Gladiator 2.....oh wait.

Paul on May 11, 2010


You know, I'm really sick of the scene with the arrow. They show it in every trailer and it's rather annoying to me now.

Lar on May 11, 2010


im a manager at a theater and we have been playing this for Iron Man 2. this was a new trailer to be released with that film to help spark more people to see robin hood the following weekend. Just cuz it shows up online a few days before doesnt mean its late. at the theater we get trailers like 2 weeks before they show up online.

Ultrastar manager on May 11, 2010


I can't get passed Crowe looking like Maximus in this. Ridley Scott really should have given him a different look to his Gladiator look. Same hair, same beard. WTF seriously. Why not just make Gladiator 2 and be done with it.

last son on May 12, 2010


#5 you eve see the high school musial 3 trailer or other disney kid movie trailers lately watch those and then you can say this is the worst trailer ever anyways looks good and can't wait to see it

max s. on May 12, 2010


Hahahaha!!! Who is this fat buffoon think he is kidding? His Gladiator prime is long past. The long, sad decline has commenced. I actually though Mark Strong would have been a better Guy of Gisbourne in this.

Tim Tam on May 14, 2010

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