Crowe 'fine' with Robin Hood sequel
Russell Crowe is already eyeing a sequel to his upcoming Robin Hood blockbuster - insisting he and director Ridley Scott would happily produce a follow-up if the film is a hit.
The Oscar-winner has spent years trying to get his adaptation of the legendary folklore tale off the ground, after problems with the original script halted work on the movie for a year.
But despite the difficulties, Crowe is convinced he would love to return to the story - but only if film fans enjoy it.
He tells the Daily Mirror, "We don't have a script ready or anything like that. If people like this one and the studio has an appetite for it, would Ridley and I like to go on a film set of that size again and make another movie like this, in a day and age when everything's done with computer-generated images and comic book characters? Yeah, we'll be fine with that. Great."
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