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Robin Hood, alla scoperta del cast


Un Robin Hood tutto nuovo, moderno e accattivante, sta per rubare il tuo cuore. Su Paramount Channel (canale 27 del digitale terrestre) le avventure del leggendario eroe inglese arrivano a partire dal 20 giugno dal lunedì al venerdì alle ore 19:00.

In compagnia del nostro canale, prenditi quindi un aperitivo insieme a Robin Hood, la serie tv prodotta da BBC One e BBC America. Aspettando il 20 giugno, scopri intanto alcuni degli attori principali e dei volti più celebri che fanno capolino all'interno di questo intrigante nuovo ingresso nel nostro palinsesto.

Jonas Armstrong (Robin Hood)

A confrontarsi con un personaggio che, tra gli altri, è stato interpretato anche da grandi attori come Kevin Costner e Russell Crowe, c'è Jonas Armstrong. Il giovane interprete irlandese ha iniziato a farsi conoscere nelle serie made in Britain Teachers e The Ghost Squad, prima di diventare noto al grande pubblico britannico grazie proprio alla parte di Robin di Locksley. Oggi è nel cast di Ripper Street, altra interessante produzione di BBC One e BBC America.

Lucy Griffiths (Lady Marian)

La bella Lucy Griffiths dà il volto a Lady Marian, il grande amore di Robin Hood. L'attrice 29enne ha saputo inoltre farsi strada anche Oltreoceano, grazie al ruolo della vampira Nora Gainesborough, la “sorella” di Eric Northman in True Blood. Adesso è appena entrata a far parte del cast fisso della nuova promettente serie Preacher, in cui ha la parte di Emily Woodrow.

Keith Allen (Vasey, lo sceriffo di Nottingham)

Il suo è uno dei ruoli centrali della serie, quello di Vasey, il temibile sceriffo di Nottingham con cui Robin Hood e i suoi compari si scontreranno molto spesso. Nei suoi panni troviamo Keith Allen, attore gallese dalla lunga carriera anche noto per essere il padre della popstar Lily Allen e dell'attore Alfie Allen, Theon Greyjoy di Game of Thrones. In questi giorni è nei cinema italiani con Eddie the Eagle - Il coraggio della follia.

Richard Armitage (Sir Guy di Gisborne)

Nei panni di Sir Guy di Gisborne c'è Richard Armitage, attore inglese apparso in Star Wars: Episodio I – La minaccia fantasma che ha cominciato a farsi conoscere nella miniserie britannica Nord e Sud. La sua parte più celebre è però quella di Thorin Scudodiquercia nella trilogia de Lo Hobbit di Peter Jackson. Oggi la sua carriera è parecchio lanciata e, dopo aver preso parte alla terza stagione di Hannibal nel ruolo del serial killer Francis Dolarhyde, è attualmente nelle nostre sale in Alice attraverso lo specchio.


Joanne Froggatt (Kate)

L'ingresso principale della terza stagione di Robin Hood è rappresentato da Joanne Froggatt, che avrà il ruolo di Kate, un abitante di Locksley. La bionda 35enne è diventata un volto molto popolare del piccolo schermo anche grazie a Downton Abbey, in cui ha la parte di Anna Bates, grazie alla quale nel 2014 ha vinto il Golden Globe come miglior attrice non protagonista. Al cinema si è invece segnalata al fianco di James McAvoy in Filth e in Still Life dell'italiano Uberto Pasolini.


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Robin Hood started 10 years ago: Who's had the most successful career since then?
Includes a Tolkien warrior​, a Downton​ maid and Sherlock's squeeze.



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BY TOM EAMES
9 AUGUST 2016
A full five years before everyone got hooked on Game of Thrones, a show about unwashed folk fighting each other in old-timey surroundings with swords and arrows, we had the BBC's Robin Hood - a show about unwashed folk fighting each other in old-timey surroundings with swords and arrows.

This year amazingly marks a decade since this retelling of the Robin Hood legend launched, so how have its young cast fared since then? Let's head back to Sherwood Forest and find out...

11. Anjali Jay (Djaq)

Anjali Jay as Djaq in BBC's Robin Hood
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Anjali has had a varied career since playing dependable Saracen band member Djaq in the show. Since then, she has popped up in episodes of various US shows including Supernatural, Continuum and Blink and she had a small role in the movie Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb. She will next appear in a supporting role in the upcoming Power Rangers movie reboot.

10. Jonas Armstrong (Robin Hood)

Jonas Armstrong BBC's Robin Hood and now
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We feel bad for putting the main man himself so low, but that's just how talented and successful these lot have been. Jonas hasn't had a quiet time though, as he's had recurring roles in dramas such as Prisoners' Wives, Ripper Street and Line of Duty, and he had appeared opposite Tom Cruise in the sci-fi action blockbuster Edge of Tomorrow.

9. Sam Troughton (Much)

Sam Troughton in BBC's Robin Hood and now
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Sam may have been quiet on the TV front since playing Robin's former manservant Much, but he's become quite the force in the world of theatre. Among his projects included the acclaimed King Lear at the National Theatre in 2014 (though he had every actor's worst nightmare when he lost his voice during one performance). More recently, he appeared as the Duke of Clarence in The Hollow Crown opposite Benedict Cumberbatch.

8. Joe Armstrong (Allan A Dale)

Joe Armstrong in BBC's Robin Hood and Happy Valley
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No relation to Jonas, the other Armstrong (Alun's son) has had several notable TV roles, including Hotspur in The Hollow Crown, Ashley Cowgill in Happy Valley and Bairstow in The Village. He's also had success on stage, including the lead role in DC Moore's The Empire, co-starring with Maxine Peake in Miss Julie at the Royal Exchange and with Sherlock's Louise Brealey in a tour of Constellations.

7. Lucy Griffiths (Marian)

Lucy Griffiths in BBC's Robin Hood and now
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Lucy has found Stateside success in recent years following her portrayal of Maid Marian. She played the recurring role of Nora Gainesborough in the fifth and sixth seasons of True Blood, and was originally cast as Liv Aberdeen in the Constantine TV series before the part was scrapped. She currently has the main role of Emily Woodrow in the acclaimed fantasy series Preacher.

6. Clive Standen (Archer)

Clive Standen in BBC's Robin Hood and now
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He may have only appeared in three episodes of Robin Hood, but Clive has since done pretty well for himself. Continuing the medieval theme, he was a series regular in Camelot as Gawain, and he has featured in Vikings as Rollo since the beginning. Proving his tough man abilities, he took on Liam Neeson's Bryan Mills in the TV remake of Taken, which is scheduled to launch in early 2017 on NBC.



5. Harry Lloyd (Will Scarlett)

Harry Lloyd in BBC's Robin Hood and now
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The same year that Charles Dickens's great-great-great-grandson (you heard that right) departed Robin Hood (2007), he appeared in a couple of Doctor Who episodes as Jeremy Baines. He later scored a big, yet shortlived, success as baddie Viserys Targaryen in the first season of Game of Thrones (before getting his head covered in molten gold). He has since appeared on TV in Great Expectations, Wolf Hall and Marcella, as well as the movies The Iron Lady, Jane Eyre, The Riot Club and The Theory of Everything.

4. Lara Pulver (Isabella)

Lara Pulver in BBC's Robin Hood and now
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Robin Hood was one of Lara's first projects, and she has since continued to land impressive roles. She had a recurring role of faery Claudine in True Blood in 2010, and a year later joined Spooks as Erin Watts, a role she reprised for 2015's movie The Greater Good. Her most famous role was as Irene Adler in Sherlock in 2012, and she has since appeared in Da Vinci's Demons, and won an Olivier Award for starring in the stage revival of Gypsy last year. She will next feature as the main female antagonist in the upcoming fifth Underworld movie.

3. Joanne Froggatt (Kate)

Joanne Froggatt in BBC's Robin Hood and now
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Joanne had already been a regular on British telly, but her arrival in Robin Hood in 2009 was arguably one of her first high-profile roles. A year later, she joined the cast of some little ITV drama called Downton Abbey as maid Anna. Suffice to say, it was a bit of a success, and it landed her three Emmy nominations and a Golden Globe award. She also voices Wendy in the rebooted Bob the Builder in the UK and US, and will next appear is serial killer Mary Ann Cotton in ITV drama Dark Angel.

2. David Harewood (Tuck)

David Harwood in BBC's Robin Hood and now
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Another TV veteran by the time he joined as Tuck in 2009, David has seen his career rise ever since. The same year he appeared as Joshua Naismith in Doctor Who, and in 2011 landed the part of main cast member David Estes in the critically-acclaimed US political drama Homeland. He has also had roles in The Night Manager, Karen Gillan's Selfie, Grimsby and currently stars as Hank Henshaw/Martian Manhunter in Supergirl.

1. Richard Armitage (Guy of Gisborne)

Richard Armitage in BBC's Robin Hood and now
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The Armitage was already known in the UK for roles in shows such as Cold Feet, North & South and Ross Kemp's Ultimate Force. But playing baddie Guy of Gisborne in Robin Hood helped push him in a new direction. The same year, he played Geraldine's eventual husband in The Vicar of Dibley, and has since had roles in Spooks as Lucas North, Strike Back as John Porter, and big baddie Francis Dolarhyde in Hannibal. He also played John Proctor in the successful and acclaimed Old Vic production of The Crucible in 2014. Best of all, he played dwarf leader Thorin Oakenshield in Peter Jackson's Hobbit trilogy.




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Das Ergebnis wundert mich jetzt nicht wirklich. Er war mit Abstand der talentierteste Schauspieler bei dieser Produktion. 8) :mrgreen:

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Nette Titel(unter)zeile. :lol: Ansonsten schüttele ich ersteinmal eine Runde meinen Kopf und seufze: Kinder wie die Zeit vergeht. :grins:

Oaky hat geschrieben:
Das Ergebnis wundert mich jetzt nicht wirklich. Er war mit Abstand der talentierteste Schauspieler bei dieser Produktion. 8) :mrgreen:

Na, sagen wir mal so: Die Reihenfolge ist DigitalSpy durchaus gelungen und die ersten vier sind seit RH gut dabei bzw. sind deutlich weiter gekommen. :daumen:

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Laudine hat geschrieben:

Oaky hat geschrieben:
Das Ergebnis wundert mich jetzt nicht wirklich. Er war mit Abstand der talentierteste Schauspieler bei dieser Produktion. 8) :mrgreen:

Na, sagen wir mal so: Die Reihenfolge ist DigitalSpy durchaus gelungen und die ersten vier sind seit RH gut dabei bzw. sind deutlich weiter gekommen. :daumen:



Das hast du sehr diplomatisch ausgedrückt, aber trotzdem ist es doch so, das auch die erfolgreicheren dieser Auflistung in der Serie nicht wirklich geglänzt haben.

Joanne Froggatt als Kate war zum Gruseln. :? David Harewood war noch akzeptabel. Beide haben in späteren (besseren?) Projekten gezeigt, dass sie mehr können.

Der Rest hat mich bis heute nicht vom Hocker gehauen. :shy:

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Mich wundert da nun auch überhaupt nicht... bei den Möchtegern-Schauspielern - in der Liste war Rich mit Abstand der Beste... Lara und David Harewood sind auch gut rausgekommen, aber den Rest kann man wirklich in die T**** tun ...

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Sehr amüsiert hat mich heute doch Dominic Minghellas reichlich verspätete Reaktion auf einen Tweet Alis von letztem Oktober zum 10jährigen RH-Jubiläum :giggle:
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Was haben denn alle im Moment mit RH? :scratch: :lol: Nach dem 'Mirror' nun die nächste (deutlich kürzere und pointiertere) Erinnerung:

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Robin Hood: Men in Tights Was the Last Good Robin Hood Movie. Let the Character Go.

by Princess Weekes | 12:56 pm, May 29th, 2018


Summit Entertainment has released a new international poster for their upcoming Robin Hood movie that I thought had Jamie Foxx as Robin Hood, but it turns out it’s the much less interesting choice of Taron Egerton as Robin and Foxx as Little John (but lbr it’s Lil’ Jon). However, it got me thinking Robin Hood and King Arthur are two of the most enduring figures in our Western pop culture, right up there with Sherlock Holmes and Jesus, yet movies about these two fictional/legendary giants tend to be dull at best, outside of comedies. We keep making Robin Hood and King Arthur movies and nobody cares. Why?

Enough with the origin stories already:

Much like the origin stories of Superman, Batman, and most of the cultural icons we’ve come to know and love, we pretty much know the important part of King Arthur’s origin story, and Robin Hood’s origin story is not important to what his story is about. Yet, films have this burning desire to explain how Robin Hood became Robin Hood. How did he become the legendary archer we know and love?

Why? So we can get multiple shots of wee-Robin Hood shooting arrows badly before, during a rising violin moment, triumphantly firing the arrow into the head of some enemy? Or he’s a boring arrow-slinging genius. Do we need to see him meet up with the Merry Men one by one? Let’s just get into the meat and potatoes of the story. Not to mention every movie is the same. Robin Hood comes back from the Crusades, sees corruption, fights corruption with some early struggles, but gets the girl and “the legend begins.” Cool, I wish we could get to the more interesting parts of this legend.

King Arthur’s origins could make an interesting story if they actually focused on Uther Pendragon as the warlord rapist he was, but we usually get some tragic/sympathetic portrayal of him in media. There’s so much energy pulled into the love triangle that we never get to enjoy anything interesting. Why is the only good adaptation of the Quest for the Holy Grail Monty Python and the Holy Grail? With all the countless versions of stories to be told, why are we only telling one of them again and again?

Raise your hand if you actually care about the Arthur/Lancelot/Guinevere hetero-love triangle when the answer to the problem is … as always … polyamory? I thought so.

2 hours isn’t always enough:

Other than comedies and Disney movies, the best adaptations of these characters have been on the small screen. BBC’s Merlin and Robin Hood both ran for multiple seasons, and despite eventually deviating into farce, these series offered a more in-depth look at the characters and the mythologies around them.

The things that make Arthur and Robin Hood interesting are their adventures, not their simple existence. Robin Hood isn’t the only legendary marksman. Why not do a story about William Tell or Punker of Rohrbach instead? Well, partly because of our Anglophile nature, but largely because it’s the universe Robin Hood occupies, the characters on the journey, that make the whole thing interesting. If we are gonna adapt it, there’s a desire to spend more time with the characters, not just reduce them further into action staple tropes for the sake of making the runtime manageable.

Even less successful television shows like Camelot try to do something interesting or new with the source material (Camelot is Team Morgan whether they admit it or not). Elementary may not have the same critical notoriety as BBC’s Sherlock, but as someone who loves Elementary, I can say that what keeps me coming back is the humanity and friendship between the two leads and how the narrative helps them on their emotional journey. It takes the Sherlock Holmes story and makes it different enough that two series about the same character can exist, but have two different journeys.

Television also allows writers (when they have the gumption) to take more risks with casting and ask the audience to trust them on a journey. All the backlash against a female, Chinese-American Joan Watson, and yet Elementary is on its 5th season. BBC’s Robin Hood may have only lasted three seasons, but it was fun and gave the world Richard Armitage in leather, so really, isn’t that a victory already?

What is this movie about?

Because we live centuries after these texts have been collected and have been watered down, edited, and changed depending on who was writing and translating these legendary characters, they can mean a lot of things depending on the particular adaptation. At the core of their characters, both Robin Hood and King Arthur represent different things.

Robin Hood is an outlaw who “robs from the rich to give to the poor” under the dominion of a false king. Robin Hood has come to represent a noble, rebellious group of people who protect their community. But also, what makes Robin Hood righteous is that King John (the usual king in these stories) is not the “true king,” and once Richard comes back, order will be restored (lol). So you can rebel, but only because the wrong dude is in charge, not because the institution itself is bad.

Even with King Arthur, depending on the adaptation, he goes from noble king to spoiled brat. As writers throughout history have changed and added and taken away from the mythology of King Arthur, each one came in with a moral agenda or ideal that they were using the story of the Knights to promote—the concept of courtly love, or being super into Christianity, or being a way of giving hope to British people in times of war, and spreading a concept that there was, at one time, an idealistic society where the people in power cared about virtue and nobility above everything else.

So what is the point of these movies?

To a degree, it’s just “fun” to create some quality entertainment, but what is the point of a “grimdark” adaptation of these characters?

From what it says on Coming Soon, this Robin Hood film is supposed to be a “gritty” film where “Robin Hood return[s] from The Crusades to discover a Sherwood Forest rife with corruption and evil. Teaming with a band of outlaws, he takes matters into his own hands to set things right, with very little merry-making along the way.” Not sure how it will be different from 2010’s Robin Hood with Russell Crowe, but I’m going to be hopeful that it at least tries to do something interesting, because after last year’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, I think we need something more than just “grit.”


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Laudine hat geschrieben:
Was haben denn alle im Moment mit RH? :scratch: :lol:

Liegt wohl wirklich an der Neuverfilmung.

Wobei ich eine Verfilmung der Sage vom Puncker von Rohrbach schon interessant fände (natürlich mit Richard in der Hauptrolle :evilgrin: ). Aber das ist, wie der Verfasser des Artikels schon schrieb, keine Anglosächsiche Sage.

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