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Crowe nearly quit ‘Robin Hood’ over script issues

Posted by bollywoodcinemagallery on April 6, 2010

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Hollywood star Russell Crowe nearly quit his role in the upcoming “Robin Hood” movie after the first draft of the script painted the legendary British outlaw as a villain.

The project, originally titled “Nottingham”, was marred with problems when production began in 2007, with movie bosses forced to halt work while scriptwriters reworked the story. Sienna Miller was originally cast as Maid Marian, but was axed in favour of Cate Blanchett, and the title was changed to “Robin Hood”.

Filming eventually began in 2008 and wrapped last year, and Crowe admits he’s glad movie bosses agreed to rework the project because he wouldn’t have continued if the script hadn’t been rewritten, reports imdb.com.

“When I read that particular script, and no disrespect to the guys who wrote it, but it kind of read like ‘CSI: Sherwood Forest’. And I just wasn’t into doing that. It wasn’t interesting to me in that incarnation,” said Crowe.

Added director Ridley Scott: “It was ridiculous. It was terrible, a page-one rewrite. If you’re going to invest in a ‘Robin Hood’ story, why call it ‘Nottingham’? You’d end up spending 80 percent of the publicity budget on explaining why it’s ‘Nottingham’, not just ‘Robin Hood’. It doesn’t make any sense.”

source : http://www.prokerala.com

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