Here’s the final full-length trailer for Russell Crowe and Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood, and it is epic. And by epic, I mean: Really long and *yawn*. Would it kill someone in a Russell Crowe period movie to flash a grin every once in a while? Why does that man have to be so goddamn deadly serious?
This trailer actually made me miss the Kevin Costner version. In fact, after I watched it, I decided to download Bryan Adam’s “Everything I Do (I Do It for You),” mute the trailer, and play the song over it. It’s a much better trailer that way. And it has a strange way of syncing well. You should try it. At home. Or don’t. What do I care? You want to watch a dull-as-balls trailer without the vocal stylings of that Canadian wonder? Be my fucking guest. Hey! It’s your 150 seconds. Don’t let me try to dictate your life for you. If you want to have an unpleasant experience, go for it! All I’m saying is, it’s a better trailer with ♫ Don’t tell me, it’s not worth fighting for ♫ playing over it. Jesus. It’s not like I killed your dog.
People. just keep this in mind: Everything I do, I do it for you.