New 'Robin Hood' Super Bowl Spot Comes Out

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Providing many footage, the new snippet still focuses on the action scenes featured in the upcoming film instead of explaining the storyline.

Super Bowl Ad has given glimpses of new footage from "Robin Hood". Set to be aired during Super Bowl XLIV which will be kicked off on February 6, the snippet offers a look at many action scenes as well as sharing the twist when the titular character is dealing with his love relationship while leading a war to save his home village from a tyranny.

Based on the Robin Hood legend, the film follows Sir Robin Hood of Locksley, Earl of Huntington, who has returned to Nottingham after fighting in the Third Crusade just to find the oppression caused by the new Sheriff of Nottingham. His attempts to cause an uprising then made him being outlawed and cited as an enemy of the state. At the same time, Robin must also win the affection of the recently widowed Maid Marian.

Coming from Ridley Scott, the man behind "Gladiator", "Robin Hood" was initially entitled "Nottingham". Russell Crowe leads with Cate Blanchett, Matthew Macfadyen, Mark Strong, and Danny Huston in supporting roles. The movie will hit theaters across the U.S. on May 14.


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    Feb 07, 2010

    @Andrew Well said.

    Feb 06, 2010

    Andrew, you're an idiot. no-one likes you.

    Feb 05, 2010

    Dont judge until you will see the movie, Jeff. Ridley Scott to make craps like King Arthur? For sure you have no idea who Ridley Scott is.

    Feb 05, 2010

    Looks boring. Trying to be dark and realistic and instead it's like Clive Owen's King Arthur. *yawn*

    Feb 05, 2010

    Very Very Good !!!!!!!!! I like Ridley Scott ! :)

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