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19 April 2010  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  

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 With the full Cannes line-up now in place, opening night film Robin Hood has given us a new one-sheet poster just to whet your appetite even further. And while the images on it may be relatively familiar, they're arranged in an all-new 3-panel format.

 Yes, there's Robin himself (Russell Crowe) getting his archery on; Maid Marion (Cate Blanchett) looking intense, dramatic and as ridiculously beautiful as ever, and a full-on battle scene, because ambushing people from trees in Sherwood Forest is for wimpier Robin Hoods with a less sweeping agenda of social change.

The whole thing is rather reminiscent of the DVD cover for Ridley Scott's Kingdom of Heaven, but if it ain't broke, don't fix it, right?

Robin Hood is out on May 14, so you've still got a couple of weeks to master those archery skills.


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L: superdan L: JIm R L: tommypocket If there's one thing I can't stand about Empire, it's the consistant use of the term 'one-sheet'... As opposed to what? A novel? It's a goddamn t really expecting much more than one sheet... poster? But how many sheets is it?" pinch myself everytime I read it. air, it's not Empire's fault, it's an industry term, all correct usage TP] Exactly. A one-sheet is a portrait-style poster. A landscape-style poster is a quad. They are More

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Cannes Opener?
I was expecting a lovely poster of one of the motorized ones. Very helpful in the kitchen those are don't you know! More

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L: JIm R L: tommypocket If there's one thing I can't stand about Empire, it's the consistant use of the term 'one-sheet'... As opposed to what? A novel? It's a goddamn t really expecting much more than one sheet... poster? But how many sheets is it?" pinch myself everytime I read it. air, it's not Empire's fault, it's an industry term, all correct usage TP] sp; Exactly. A one-sheet is a portrait-style poster. A landscape-style poster is a quad. They are differing s More

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L: tommypocket If there's one thing I can't stand about Empire, it's the consistant use of the term 'one-sheet'... As opposed to what? A novel? It's a goddamn t really expecting much more than one sheet... poster? But how many sheets is it?" pinch myself everytime I read it. sp; air, it's not Empire's fault, it's an industry term, all correct usage TPsp; ] More

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An 'untold' story behind a legend can still be made up. It's basically saying they've done something you haven't seen before (they hope) with a 'legend' which itself is often a made up story. Looking purdy but Robin has been done to death really, More

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