Another Awesome New Robin Hood Trailer to Kick off 2010!
We weren't expecting to see a new trailer for Ridley Scott's Robin Hood for a few more months (since the first one arrived just a few weeks back), however much to my surprise, I received an email tonight alerting me that MovieMaze.de had a second brand new international trailer for Robin Hood that I just had to see. They were right, it was a must see, as it finally gives us more of the badass Robin Hood look and feel that we haven't really seen before. And hot damn does this look totally awesome! Correction: This is an alternative version that's been around since December. I think Ridley Scott will be back in a huge way with Robin Hood!
Watch the second international 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 was written by Oscar winner Brian Helgeland, of LA Confidential, Conspiracy Theory, Mystic River, Man on Fire, Green Zone, and more. Universal is bringing Robin Hood to theaters starting on May 14th, 2010.
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Trailer is in English: http://filmdroid.blog.hu/2009/12/21/nemzetkozi_robin_hood_elozetes
raves on Jan 4, 2010
raves on Jan 4, 2010
Cate lookings amazing. Movie is going to rock
LifeLiquid on Jan 4, 2010
Ja! Der scherve vinen mits stupvin 'Hagen Das!' lol 🙂
MrSammich on Jan 4, 2010
The trailer is in german and "Häagen-Dazs" is supposed to sound danish. Huge diference ^^
Michael on Jan 4, 2010
I didn't know Maid Marian was Queen Elizabeth I. 🙂 This looks fantastic! Ridley Scott rocks! Although my favorite movie of his is still The Duellists. He has many great films.
Brandon on Jan 4, 2010
At Universal Pics' youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OccWDAiQ-I Actually, this international trailer has released weeks ago. Most anticipating movie this year! Read more: https://www.firstshowing.net/2010/01/04/another-awesome-new-robin-hood-trailer-to-kick-off-2010/#ixzz0be2itRK9
Q on Jan 4, 2010
At Universal Pics' youtube channel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OccWDAiQ-I Actually, this international trailer has released weeks ago. Most anticipating movie this year!
Q on Jan 4, 2010
Florian on Jan 4, 2010
this is NOT NEW
James on Jan 4, 2010
This looks a good film. I think his accent is actually pretty well spoken too.
crapola on Jan 4, 2010
I really want to like this. Ridley Scott is AWESOME as is Crowe but the trailer isn't doing much for me...
Will on Jan 4, 2010
auf deutsch not bad =)
affilrev on Jan 4, 2010
This looks as dull as anything. Kingdom of Heaven the sequel. I'm left with the nagging question: what is the point? At least under the initial pitch, there was an original idea (russell crowe playing nottingham and hood, or nottingham as a good guy). What is distinctive about Scott's vision? Prince of Thieves really isn't getting the credit it deserves - that was a fantastic version of Hood, with some brilliant scenes (that fight with St John on the river for one), great updates (the Crusades theme with Morgan Freeman and the witch) and the best Nottingham performance ever (by Alan Rickman). Bar the American accents, it was a genuinely exciting and kickass action film. All Scott seems to promise is slightly more historical accuracy. I'd rather visit a museum...
gamus on Jan 4, 2010
14 # word BUT, Scott always give us quality. So I bet it will be good. BUt it seems a bit edgeless... nothing unique, special or eyecathing. And some stuff looks like it could have been lifted directly from Robing Hood:PoT.
ryderup on Jan 4, 2010
Robbie on Jan 4, 2010
looks pretty fucking good.
tobi,leader of the akatsuki on Jan 4, 2010
Looks Superb,like all Ridleys film,can't wait.
tir na nog on Jan 4, 2010
This still looks like Gladiator with arrows to me 🙁
ebbie on Jan 4, 2010
Looks totally like Gladiator!
Kurt on Jan 4, 2010
blah, agree with #14, this is nothing new or interesting, i feel like ive seen this movie a thousand times before
jh on Jan 4, 2010
It's a new year, but the comments are the same, I've see it before it's the same old shit. I'm as guilty as anyone else, but for fuck sake, if your so pissed off with films being the same go and make your own films. I'm not saying that in a internet bashing way, actually make a film, even a short one, then maybe way when you come onto a forum whinging like a baby that you've seen it all before you might have something to offer. Seriously make your own films and stop whining, you might surprise the world.
Crapola on Jan 4, 2010
@14&21 Some people complain that Russell is too old or Nottingham is not near to beach or this is not Robin blah blah blah .. And now, you guys complain this has nothing new to previous RH? Nah. At least, there are lots of historical figures like William Marshall, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Isabel of Gloucester in this film. And have you EVER seen any RH flick featuring a battle against French at the beach? You can CLEARLY see the difference in no more than 2 min trailer! Aside from that, look at that Ridley Scott's gorgeous photography. The man is a master of period film. Personally, I cannot fuckin wait!
Huh on Jan 4, 2010
Russel Crowe gets a sword lobbed to him while he's on a horse in both Gladiator and this trailer. I'm sure it'll be fun and epic. Just try not too think too much about Gladiator.
Nick Sears on Jan 4, 2010
Ridley Scott can do no wrong Kingdom of Heaven is one of his best and this looks like another Scott classic.
Xerxex on Jan 4, 2010
Bravo Huh! Well said Lad!
Clover on Jan 4, 2010
Feels worn out and boring to me. Hate this stuffy recycling that mainstream cinema is today.
Bo on Jan 4, 2010
I'm sure it'll have its good points, but it looks so 'been there, done that'.
sleepykid on Jan 4, 2010
i have no idea y some people are complaining about this but it looks pretty damn good to me count me in
alan on Jan 4, 2010
oh and i completely agree with comments on # 22 # 23 you tell 'em guys
alan on Jan 4, 2010
This looks dumb.
Fuelbot on Jan 4, 2010
it looks amazing! i love the end shot with russell crowe staring right into the camera. he can do no wrong.
Jessica on Jan 4, 2010
I bet that's is how it really happened.
bart on Jan 4, 2010
wow that looks so much better then the original trailer
taylor on Jan 4, 2010
I have to say it really doesn't look very interesting or fun. I guess I'd like to see a more adventurous approach to Robin Hood than the grim 'gladiator' style. More swashbuckling, Indiana Jones type action etc.
Scott on Jan 4, 2010
Based on the trailers alone, this film seems unnecessary, given the plethora of Robin Hood films already in existence. What's new here, Ridley?
Mark on Jan 4, 2010
Totally agree with #35 here. Robin Hood is a fun character, this just seems the total opposite. Out of all the tentpole films coming out this May, this seems to be then most likely to flop.
Ryan on Jan 4, 2010
Looks really good, but isn't Maid Marion supposed to be pretty?
Antioch on Jan 4, 2010
@19 My thoughts exactly...
Kay on Jan 4, 2010
What #22 said...make your own films then see if you can make something so different, since all of you obviously know what everyone wants. I swear the people who post on these sites are the most critical bullshit little whiners on the net. A master filmmaker takes the reigns and is finally going to make a good Robin hood film and you all bash it. The only thing this has in common with Gladiator is Crowe and Scott thats it. Also those who thought kingdom of heaven sucked go watch the directors cut and just shut your mouth. Though Im pretty sure its always the same 30-40 people who post a negative comment on every fucking post. Seriously haters go fuck yourselves. This looks amazing and even if the reviews are all 1 star Ill go see this solely on the fact Mark strong is in it.
Cody on Jan 4, 2010
#22 and #40. The point is not that I can make a better film, it's that a better one was already made (ie. PoT).
gamus on Jan 4, 2010
i don't see what the haters are complaining about...........this looks fantastic. and i'm thrilled about cate blanchett being in it - there isn't a better actress in film. i love the dark, gritty feel of the trailer. and i love the look of the enviroments and the atmosphere it brings out. it kind of goes a little "braveheart" with some of the dialogue but that's not a big deal.......... i can't wait to see this!
beavis on Jan 4, 2010
Sabes on Jan 4, 2010
Now this is a more better trailer than the first. This is how you make a trailer for a well known character like Rob Hood.
Fisherr on Jan 5, 2010
=== 44=== hit the Nail, Robin Hood the second Trailer is better than the first one it looks Darker Grittier. ? Do any of you think it another Gladiator for Russel Crew, Ridley Scott.
Cineprog on Jan 5, 2010
Prince of Thieves was way too cheesy, it had a large number of miscast actors and over the top hammy drivel from the rest. It's dated badly and looks incredibly silly. The Robin Hood film with Patrick Bergin released just before Prince of Thieves was superior although it too wasn't a particularly good film. Ridley Scott can deliver historical epics. Kingdom of Heaven was given way too much criticism on release mostly aimed at Orlando Bloom. Both the Director's Cut and Theatrical Cut are superb films. If you compare Kingdom of Heaven with recent historical epics like Troy, Alexander or King Arthur it's easy to see why Ridley Scott is so good at historical epics. He picks the right actors, keeps things serious and grounded in reality, his visuals are always stunning and he chooses fantastic composers.
harv on Jan 5, 2010
This movie could have appealed to me if I haven't seen The Gladiator... I don't know, but it all seemed to be just another The Gladiator movie... same enemy, same hero, same tag lines... two trailers and still can't make me no think of The Gladiator...
Naem Required on Jan 5, 2010
I infinitely prefer Prince of Thieves's so-called 'cheesiness' over current Hollywood's trendy 'realism'. Guess it's a matter of taste.
gamus on Jan 5, 2010
From the directer of gladiator, comes another gladiator movie
kenn on Jan 5, 2010
Isn't it weird that on that article they write: " Ridley Scott, director of many classics like Alien, Blade Runner, Black Rain, G.I. Jane, Gladiator, Hannibal, Black Hawk Down, American Gangster" ...calling GI JANE, BLACK RAIN, and HANNIBAL "classics" is quite stretching it, while ironically, they leave oot of that list, the Ridley Scott film that besides ALIEN and BLADE RUNNER, has truly become an American Classic: THELMA & LOUISE...
Tommy on Jan 7, 2010
Seriously? What was wrong the Kevin Costner version? I hate it when Hollywood runs out of ideas and craps out remakes.
Ariel on Jan 13, 2010
The director's name alone makes it worth seeing. Besides, I just adore Russell Crowe in historical movies. As for Costner, let him remain the bodyguard. There's nothing wrong about remake, especially if it's surely going to be superior. I'm also sure Russell would make a much better Brave Heart - why not? 🙂
Alex on Jan 15, 2010
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