Directed By: Otto Bathurst
- Jennifer Davisson
- Leonardo DiCaprio
Release Date: November 21, 2018 (United States)
- Taron Egerton
- Jamie Dornan
- Jamie Foxx
- Eve Hewson
- Ben Mendelsohn
- Taron Egerton as Robin Hood
- Jamie Foxx as Yahya ibn Umar, also known as Little John, and Robin’s best friend
- Ben Mendelsohn as Sheriff of Nottingham, Robin’s enemy
- Eve Hewson as Maid Marian, Robin’s love interest
- Tim Minchin as Friar Tuck
- Jamie Dornan as Will Tillman/Will Scarlet, a politician and the love interest of Marian
- Paul Anderson as Guy of Gisborne
- Murray Abraham as Cardinal Franklin
- Ian Peck as Archdeacon
- Josh Herdman as Righteous
- Cornelius Booth as Lord Pembroke
- Björn Bengtsson as Tydon
Country: United States
- Thunder Road Films
- Safehouse Pictures
- Appian Way Productions
- Summit Entertainment
Runtime: 116 minutes
ABOUT THE MOVIE
Ben Chandler and David James Kelly, working from a Chandler narrative, wrote the screenplay for Otto Bathurst. 2018 American action-adventure movie Robin Hood. The narrative follows John as he trains Robin Hood to steal from the Sheriff of Nottingham in this apocalyptic yet sort of contemporary rendition of the classic tale.
Jamie Foxx, Ben Mendelsohn, Eve Hewson, Tim Minchin, and Jamie Dornan are among the movie’s stars, along with Taron Egerton.
After learning that his family estate has been taken by the dishonest Sheriff of Nottingham upon his return to England, the aristocrat Robin of Loxley teams up with Friar Tuck and Little John, a fearsome Arabian warrior who wants to put a stop to the Crusades.
Loxley, a group of oppressed rebels under the leadership of Robin Hood and armed with arrows, hatches a daring scheme to steal the Sheriff of his wealth and usurp his authority.
Egerton signed on to play the lead role in the movie in September after it was first announced in February 2015. Principal photography started in February 2017 and ran until May after Hewson, Foxx, and Mendelsohn all joined the cast throughout the ensuing year.
Before the dishonest Sheriff of Nottingham conscripts to participate. Firstly, In the Third Crusade against the Saracens, an English longbow master and aristocrat Lord Robin of Loxley, , leads a pleasant life with his lover Marian in Nottingham.
After spending four years away from England, Guy of Gisborne sends Robin back home under suspicion of treasonous behavior after Robin fails to stop Gisborne from killing unarmed prisoners, including a teenage boy, despite the boy’s father’s pleas. Subsequently, This failure causes Robin to lose faith in the Crusades.
When Robin returns to Nottingham, he learns from his old friend Friar Tuck that the Sheriff had him officially declared dead two years earlier so that he could seize his land and wealth at the corrupt Cardinal’s command and continue funding the war by driving the residents out of the city and into the coal mine town across the river.
While looking into “the Slags,” Robin notices the commoners preparing to rebel against the oppressive and exploitative government and discovers Marian is now dating their potential leader, Will Tillman. Also, The prisoner whose son he attempted to save is preventing Robin from getting in touch with her.
The guy then identifies himself as Yahya, which translates to “John,” and offers that he and Robin cooperate to stop the war by taking back the money seized from the populace to finance the church’s struggle. Upon hearing that Robin is alive, Marian goes in search of him, but John advises him to keep his intentions from her for her own safety.
Marian and Robin learn the war is a plot by the church, which is also sponsoring the Saracen army, to overthrow the king. and seize complete authority after his death when attending a party in the Cardinal’s honor that Robin, Marian, and Will attend. To discover the Hood, Gisborne and his soldiers raid the Slags at the Sheriff’s request.
Marian tries to step in against Will’s concerns and runs into the Hood, who she recognizes as Robin when she hears his voice. Gisborne captures John and the Sheriff tortures him, but John won’t divulge who the Hood is. The Sheriff threatens John with the fact that his eyes and face will soon be the last things he sees when he uses his faith against him.
At Marian’s insistence, Robin acknowledges the commoners and is welcomed as their leader, upsetting Will. The Sheriff’s soldiers are diverted as Will instigates a disturbance, while Robin stops a wagon leaving Nottingham with the Sheriff’s treasure inside that is headed for the Saracen army. Robin leads the populace in a conflict with the corrupt Sheriff and his henchmen. Will witnesses Robin kiss Marian during the altercation just before an explosion leaves him with horrific scarring. He abandons Maria and his movement after he is disillusioned by Marian’s treachery.
When the battle starts to go in the Sheriff’s favor, Robin gives up. To stop the bloodshed and is taken to his castle to be put to death. One of the guards is actually John, who had previously escaped from his cell. John then exacts revenge on the Sheriff. By hanging him by the chain from a large censer burner.
That was left hanging high above the roof of the cathedral. Robin and John hide out as outlaws in Sherwood Forest, spreading out their recovered wealth as they leave to rejoin with Marian and the locals who helped them.
The Cardinal, in the meantime, confronts an angry Will and offers him the chance to fill Nottingham’s power vacuum if he is faithful to the church. When Robin defiantly challenges Will to go after him with a well-placed arrow through the wanted poster, Will is holding up to his villagers, Will has just been named the new sheriff and has labelled Robin and his supporters criminals.