New ‘Robin Hood’ Clips

Published 4 years ago by , Updated February 10th, 2012 at 9:29 am,

final robin hood trailer New Robin Hood Clips

There are three new clips from Robin Hood – the latest action-packed cinematic collaboration between Ridley Scott and Russell Crowe — now online, which feature explosions, Robin (Crowe) and his fellow bandits in action, and even a hint of foreplay between the rouge hero and the fair Lady Marian (Cate Blanchett).

First, MSN has the full version of a scene you’ll probably recognize from the official Robin Hood trailer.  It features Robin and his merry men in action — kindly assisted by Friar Tuck (Mark Addy) wielding a crossbow in each hand — as they seemingly enjoy the task of holding up a group of treacherous soldiers passing through the misty woods of Sherwood.

Have a look for yourself:

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ROBIN HOOD SHERWOOD BANDITS CLIP

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Next, Yahoo Movies has a bit that showcases Robin and his loyal infantry in action as they storm a castle via the efficient combination of bags filled with explosive liquid (oil, presumably) and flaming arrows.

You can see the impressive results for yourself:

Finally, Moviefone has a short clip with Robin and the Lady Marian discussing how to best avoid drawing the attention of Marian’s servants to the fact that, y’know, the two aren’t married and yet Robin is hanging out in her room.

As one would expect, mild flirtation ensues:

If nothing else, these new clips should abate concerns that the new Robin Hood will be all heavy battle sequences and gloomy drama with no humor or wit — a notion that, admittedly, the previous clips and trailers for the film have emphasized a bit too much for some moviegoers.

So what do you think?  Excited?

Robin Hood will hit theaters in the U.S. — after it premieres at the Cannes Film Festival — on May 14th, 2010.

Source: MSN, Yahoo Movies, Moviefone

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  1. but thats what made galdiator so great the story intertwined with the action we didnt need all the sappy bs but robin hood is a story about him and maid marian so i can dig it

  2. TOTALLY excited. Scenery, horses, hunks and grown-up romance — can't wait.

  3. Not bad…..I think it will be better than the one Kevin Costner did…..You know the only guy who had an American accent who was supposed to be a native of England…..He didn't even try to fake it!!!

  4. I didn't think Robin Hood ever did any of those things.
    So far the battle scenes look good.
    I'll see it because eye catching stuff can do so much.

  5. Cannot wait for this movie! Russell Crowe and Ridley Scott have made the ultimate Robin Hood!

  6. Gladiator was brilliant! I love Russell Crowe. I love the fact that he's sporting the Gladiator look again. I really can't wait for this film to hit theaters. I love the story of Robin Hood, and now my favorite actor is staring in the film with Cate Blanchett as his co-star! The film looks great, all the trailers for it really get you going. Even the forty-second ones. I'm seeing the film the night it comes out! It'll really be exciting! 20 more days until it hits theaters! I wish we could see it at the Cannes Festival. But really, no ones parents are going to fly their daughter all the way to France to see the premiere of Robin hood, attended by Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett. I wish.

  7. Wow! Every preview i have seen looks COMPLETELY AWESOME!!! I feel your pain Lucilla, I can’t go to see it either. :( :( I LOVE Russell Crowe!!! And i have the feeling that Robin Hood will be as good as, if not better than, Gladiator. Simply cannot wait! I am QUITE excited.

  8. These vids. are great, but I’ve heard some disturbing news. I heard that Russell Crowe is taking the ‘stealing from the rich and giving to the poor’ idea to a modern level. Does anyone know if this is true? I, for one, refuse to believe it until i hear it from his mouth. But no matter what, this movie will be awesome!!!!!!!!!!!! :) :)

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