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Will Smith Targeted for New Robin Hood Role



    For those of you still trying to recover from Ridley Scott's "Robin Hood," along come the Wachowski Siblings to take another crack at the story.

    Andy and Lana (nee Larry) Wachowski have written an "urban" retelling of the classic tale called "Hood" (get it? "Hood"? Urban*? Get it?) and have their eyes on Will Smith to star, reported Heat Vision. But as is the Wachowskis' custom, almost nothing else is known about their version.

    The New "Robin Hood" Trailer Is Kinda Great

    [NATL] The New "Robin Hood" Trailer Is Kinda Great
    Ridley Scott and Russell Crowe team up again to re-tell the timeless story of one of the original Teabaggers. Once you get past the inevitable -- and not unreasonable Gladiator comparisons, this looks epic.
    (Published Wednesday, May 30, 2012)

    To be fair, we very nearly liked "Robin Hood," feeling that it's greatest failing was not meeting the expectations created by the title. But regardless of your feelings about the most recent "Robin Hood," even by today's standards, this is an awfully short wait between Robin Hood flicks.

    But the real gray lining of this cloud is that it means we may have to wait even longer for the siblings' hotly anticipated "CN-9," their hard-R gay Iraq War film told from the perspective of futuristic archeologists.

    "Make It Count!" -- Robin Hood Storms the Castle

    [NATL] "Make It Count!" -- Robin Hood Storms the Castle
    Check out the latest clip from upcoming "Robin Hood," starring Russell Crowe and directed by Ridley Scott.
    (Published Wednesday, May 30, 2012)


    *The mainstream media's preferred synonym for "black."

    "Robin Hood"

    [NATL] "Robin Hood"
    Russell Crowe and Ridley Scott are together again in what looks and feels suspiciously like "Gladiator" if you were to trade in swords and Rome for bows and England.
    (Published Tuesday, March 9, 2010)