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Robin Hood's History Unveiled in New Full Trailer

March 11, 2010 (6:34 am) GMT
This new snippet brings forward the story about how the outlaw becomes a legend while still sharing the action scenes from 'Robin Hood'.

Universal Pictures has given another preview to "" by debuting the second full-length trailer. Opened with the footage in which the legendary hero learns about his past, the video which is debuted by Yahoo! Movies features a lot of fresh scenes, including the action sequences which sometimes involve 's Lady Marion.

Picking up the story of the Robin Hood legend, the film will see Sir Robin Hood of Locksley, Earl of Huntington, who has returned to Nottingham after fighting in the Third Crusade and finding the oppression caused by the new Sheriff of Nottingham. Using his intelligence and military skills, he tries to free his home village from tyranny and corruption in England.

However, his attempts to cause an uprising has made him being outlawed and cited as an enemy of the state. While trying to lead a successful revolt, Robin must also win the affection of the recently widowed Lady Marion.

Directed by the man behind "Gladiator", Ridley Scott, "Robin Hood" has tackling the lead role. He is additionally joined by , , and in the cast ensemble. This action adventure movie will be released in the U.S. on May 14.



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