Naomie Harris, Gwendoline Christie Join New Robin Hood Movie

, Harris and Christie have joined the cast of Robin and the Hood, a new family adventure movie searching for a buyer at the American Film Market.. Directing Robin and the Hood is Phil Hawkins, who previously made Prancer: A Christmas Tale (which starred Ewart alongside James Cromwell) in 2022.

Robin and the Hood is written by Stuart Benson and Paul Davidson, while Claudia Bluemhuber and Matt Williams serve as producers. Executive producers include Alexander Jooss, Florian Dargel, Karol Griffiths, Julia Stuart, and Andrew Orr.

Bluemhuber said, “We were excited about Stuart and Paul’s script from the moment we encountered it – Robin and the Hood is a story with a big heart and plenty of laughter, which reminds us of the power and importance of imagination in a world that is swiftly losing it.

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