Robin Hood trailer: Taron Egerton stars in this new take on the legendary character

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Robin Hood will release on November 21, 2018. In the trailer, Robin Hood’s character is a man with a Bruce Wayne – Batman style alter-ego. The film, being directed by Otto Bathurst (Peaky Blinders), also stars Jamie Foxx, Ben Mendelsohn, Eve Hewson, Tim Minchin and Jamie Dornan. 2018-05-04T20:59:39+05:30″>
Published: May 4, 2018 8:59:39 pm

Robin Hood will release on November 21, 2018. But then this is the age of special effects. Jamie Dornan is Robin’s half-brother Will Scarlett. The trailer is full of visuals and firefights that would have been impossible before the 15th century when first ballads pertaining to the legend of Robin Hood first appear. Ben Mendelsohn (who is probably doomed to play villains) is the Sherriff, an implacable enemy of Robin Hood. The film is said to be only inspired by the stories instead of a direct adaptation. He appears to be a nobleman who gives advice to the Sherriff of Nottingham in how to catch himself, and not the outlaw on the run as the tales say. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd The character has had many adaptations, with most of them falling far short of the charm of their literary counterpart. Leonardo DiCaprio is one of the producers and that has to mean something, isn’t it? Jaime Foxx plays the role of Robin Hood’s best friend Little John, a mentor and maybe a trainer as well. The take looks fresh.