Related (Scott and Considine): The NY Times: Giving Serial Killings Serial Treatment -- The “Red Riding” trilogy, which opens Friday at the IFC Center but had its premiere last March on British television, conjures life in a benighted world of corrupt police and missing children, of weird secrets and guilt-ridden romance. --- "...The trilogy has already found interest from the director Ridley Scott for an American remake, which sounds like an unusual bit of cultural transposition until you learn that Mr. Peace himself wrote the source novels while abroad. From 1994 until recently he lived in Japan and taught English while writing." [ed note: I have the three Red Ridings thanks to a UK friend. When it comes to TV at video on demand at IFC, I recommend it highly - dark, disturbing and unforgettable]
The Daily Telegraph au: Danielle Spencer on life with a Hollywood hero -- The parents are committed to keeping their sons’ feet planted on the ground. “We want to raise decent, accountable people. But I’m definitely the bad cop,” she laughs. “The kids adore Russell, but they know he can be a bit of softie.” As evidence, she recounts a recent attempt by Crowe to lay down the law to Charlie, who replied: “Daddy, you’re not the boss; Mummy’s the boss. You’re just her assistant.” - Thanks, Maria
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Film Office's Oscar gala moves Downtown to Wilson Center -- "A long, hooded red robe worn during scenes shot in Italy and a poster autographed by the Volturi vampires are among roughly 175 items that will be auctioned during the Pittsburgh Film Office's Oscar gala. Russell Crowe, Denzel Washington, Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway and Liam Neeson have signed DVDs of their famous films, including "Gladiator," "Brokeback Mountain," "The Devil Wears Prada" and "Schindler's List." Alex O'Loughlin, who starred in the cult vampire series "Moonlight," has donated an autographed photo while his castmates signed a "Three Rivers" script." - Thanks, Kris C
The Sunday Telegraph au: Danielle Spencer on life with a Hollywood hero - Thanks, Steph
Wenn.com: Russell Crowe cycles in East Sydney with a friend Sydney, Australia - 30.01.10 - Thanks, Steph
Off Topic: I remember J.D. Salinger
The Independent: 100 years of movie stars: The age of celebrity -- Have stars had their day? Far from it, says Geoffrey Macnab. In the era of YouTube and 3D digital imagery, we need them more than ever --- "... A hellraiser like Russell Crowe has plenty in common with his fellow Aussie (and predecessor as Robin Hood), Errol Flynn. Cate Blanchett has a hauteur that recalls Katharine Hepburn." - Thanks, Kris C
The Hollywood Reporter: Bello, Crowe, Beaufoy team at HBO - Maria Bello has teamed with Russell Crowe and the Oscar-winning writer of "Slumdog Millionaire" for a series project in the works at HBO. Bello is set to star in the drama "Emergency Sex," which is being written by Simon Beaufoy. They will executive produce with Russell Crowe. ... Crowe's development executive, Keith Rodger, is expected to serve as producer on the project. - Thanks, Steph - Here is the book the series will be based on: Emergency Sex and Other Desperate Measures: A True Story From Hell On Earth
From Marilyn: Seattle Weekly: Last Night: Patti Smith Reads, Sings, and Pines for Russell Crowe at Benaroya Hall --- "Legendary rocker Patti Smith answered questions from the audience during her January 25th concert in Seattle. -- Question from the audience, read by Charles Cross (paraphrased):You've collaborated with many artists throughout your career. Who else would you like to collaborate with? -- Smith's Answer: Russell Crowe -- Cross: As a musician or as an actor? -- Smith: As a girl."
AICN: This Las Vegas denizen steals a look at Ridley Scott & Russell Crowe's ROBIN HOOD - Good News! - Thanks, Maria
Show biz spy: Russell Crowe: ‘I Didn’t Fire Sienna Miller’ - Thanks, Kris C
Off topic -- ed note: Another reason why we should continue helping the citizens of Haiti - a heartbreaking story in today's NY Times -- Haiti’s Children Adrift in World of Chaos
The Belfast Telegraph: Liam Neeson quits film as grief for late wife overwhelms him - "...A number of other movies are planned for release next year including the Russell Crowe thriller The Next Three Days and Unknown White Male, which is currently filming." - Thanks, Kris C
The Age: Capturing Australia's spirit is a harder task than drawing on cliches -- "...Among the unofficial icons, we find kangaroos, koalas, Vegemite, meat pies and lamingtons (contested by Kiwis); gumnuts, acacias and macadamias; Akubras, boomerangs and Drizabones; the Harbour Bridge, Uluru, Ned Kelly, Donald Bradman and Russell Crowe (also contested by Kiwis, but they can have him). Most are lovely in themselves, but are a tiny fragment of a much more imaginative and nuanced picture." - Thanks, Kris C
The Tenderness DVD is available for pre-order at Amazon - (Order through my a store at Amazon) - Thanks, barbiecat
Box Office Mojo: 2010 Preview: Robin Hood
Lionsgate is proud to announce the upcoming DVD releases of Tenderness and Three Kingdoms arriving on April 13th. - Thanks, Nora
Advance Screening of Robin Hood in London - Thanks, Maria
The Star.com: Knelman: Paul Haggis' $4M Haiti brunch -- "...Haggis was in New York editing his forthcoming movie, The Next Three Days, when it became clear to him there was an urgent need to fly to Haiti – with a bagful of cash."
Also in Variety: Haiti telethon raises $57 million --- ... Entertainment bizzers gathered on Sunday at writer-director Paul Haggis and his wife Deborah's Santa Monica house for a $5,000 per-person fund-raiser for Artists for Peace and Justice. Among the guests at Haggis' event were Daniel Craig, Gerard Butler, Nicole Kidman, Amy Pascal, Rick Nicita, Paula Wagner and Lee Daniels. Haggis and thesp Maria Bello spoke of their trip this week to Haiti to assist in disaster relief efforts. Moby, Sheryl Crow, Jackson Browne and Macy Gray performed at the brunch-concert.
ctv.ca: Still Got It – 20 Silver Screen Studs - Thanks, Gilda
Australia Day LA has been cancelled
Londonlaunch.com: Special Offers on Archery Events to Celebrate Robin Hood Release - Thanks, Allison
The 'Extraordinary' film stars of New Jersey - Thanks, Allison
Netflix Top 100: 3:10 to Yuma is #14 and Body of Lies is hanging in at #62 (Thanks, Roe)
From Judy T: "Tenderness" is going to be released on DVD on 4-13-10 by Maple Pictures. This is a Canadian company.
The Independent UK: Danielle Spencer - Mother of a comeback -- "...Looking back, says Spencer, it has been a strange ten years. "I went from being this musician who had just put out an album to suddenly being married to this person that everyone was interested in for weird reasons which had nothing to do with me. And then I got pregnant straight away, so it was an odd period of adjustment. There were definitely a couple of years where I needed to get my balance." Spencer concedes that her husband's fame means that her own endeavours, whether musical or otherwise, are likely to be judged more fiercely. "But I don't feel defensive about what I'm doing," she says. "I like to keep a low profile, and Russell's the same. We don't court the limelight. The attention we get... that's out of my control. "Some people may judge me more harshly but I hope that the majority will just listen to the music and take it for what it is." - Thanks to all
Related -- From the NY Times review of Creation: "...Artistic creation and scientific discovery are irresistible subjects for filmmakers — is anything more alluring than the riddles of genius?— and “Creation” is only the latest example of how this admirable curiosity can fail. Mr. Bettany, so witty an embodiment of 19th-century scientific ambition in “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World” (also written by Mr. Collee) is far less persuasive here. His performance is overwrought even in its rare moments of repose, and in his spasms of grief or inspiration he behaves like someone’s idea of a Romantic poet at war with the world and in the grip of his muse. And then there is that ghost. It is curious to note that Mr. Bettany, having played the imaginary friend of a great (and real) scientist in “A Beautiful Mind,” is now portraying a scientist with an imaginary friend of his own. This is only partly a coincidence: the prevalence of such devices suggests that commercial filmmakers don’t believe their audiences can comprehend science without the help of magical thinking."
Stuff.nz: Pompeii: Under the volcano -- We also made it to the stone amphitheatre, large enough for 20,000 spectators and one of the oldest (circa 80BC) and best-preserved amphitheatres in existence. Was this the type of structure where Maximus, the Roman gladiator played by Russell Crowe in the 2000 film Gladiator would have battled?" - Thanks, Kris C
From Darrin: "With huge thanks to one of my "UK correspondents", GladAnnie, I have vids of both BBC programmes Danielle appeared on, Breakfast & This Morning. Great interviews and on This Morning, she performs the entire song, "On Your Side"! Please visit Constant Crowe for links!" --- Getty images of Dani performing in the UK
! Does anyone have a picture of Helen Mirren and Rachel McAdams in Souths gear? If so, e-mail them to me. Thanks!
The New Yorker on Creation (Related - Bettany and Connelly): "...There is intensity here, but no impetus; if you want to see Paul Bettany fizzing with the drama of scientific findings, watch him instead as Maturin, the pre-Darwinian surgeon and sidekick to Russell Crowe, clambering around the Galápagos in “Master and Commander,” a tale with a strand of Beagle in its genes."
From Avril: "Just a brief recap on Dani's spot on the BBC Breakfast programme this morning. I couldn't record it so this is from memory. Dani talked about liking spooky film scores, gave example of The Omen. She said Russell was minding the boys while she was in the UK. When Tenny turned two she started to feel less guilty about taking ‘me time’ for her music. She shuts herself in the music room and locks the door to allow space for ideas to come to her. No gigs planned as of yet but is some thing that might happen along the way. Loved working with Tony Visconti. Was flattered to be likened to Portishead and Tori Amos. She wore a baseball cap which covered her lovely eyes and one of the presenters remarked on it, so she lifted it up and gave the camera a full glimpse of her face. She didn’t perform live but the show played the video for On Your Side."
South Cares: Sponsor a Junior Member with the 'Bunny Buddy Program' - Thanks, babzee
Related - From Tamara: there is an interesting piece up at The Playlist about worthy directors who have not yet taken home the Oscar.
From Mary Anne: I've put up some more old videos taken off videotapes....the Molly Meldrum interview with Russell in Austin in 2000 among others
Wendy has a new TOFOG video uploaded to You Tube
Digital Spy: Hicks: 'Brit, Aussie actors are real men' - Director Scott Hicks has suggested that British actors are tougher than their US counterparts. The Australian filmmaker praised his Boys Are Back star Clive Owen and fellow countrymen Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe and Eric Bana for having a more grounded sensibility than American stars. - Thanks, Steph
Listen today to BBC London at 2.30pm where Danielle and band will be playing a new song from the album 'Around the Corner' acoustically and a chat with Robert Elms with Danielle and Tony Visconti Then on Radio 2 Tony Visconti joins Simon Mayo at 6pm where they'll play Danielle's new single 'On Your Side'.
Danielle Spencer has a new post at her My Space blog -
Thanks to Priscilla, scans of the Dani article in the February InStyle Magazine
Dani on the ITV Morning Show today
She is also featured in the February InStyle Magazine (Australia edition) - Her segment is not on line [ed note: If anyone gets the magazine, can you scan her page and send to me? thanks]
An Old One - Cowboys and Indians Magazine
IESB.net: Interview with Danny Huston (Richard The Lion Heart in RH) - Thanks, barbiecat
Jo A has made some more creative images of Russell in his various roles (At LibrisCrowe)
The Daily Telegraph: Danielle Spencer plans her comeback - Thanks, Maria
San Francisco Appeal: I Don't Tell You How To Suck: The Book of Eli --- Virtuosity -- Here you get a younger Denzel in much better shape. He battles Russell Crowe who's a cyborg composite of serial killers. Totally entertaining and 80s retro in that 1995 kind of way. You also get great lines like Denzel saying, "reach in the back and hand me that crowd-pleaser." or Russell Crowe saying, "You see, in your world, the Lord giveth and the Lord taketh, but in my world, the one who gave me life doesn't have any balls." And don't even get me started on this scene: "Oh my god... he's evolving." Into what?" Cut to: - Thanks, Kris C
Clothes On Film: Robin Hood - Thanks, Layne
Clothes on Film - Related (BOL) Mark Strong as Hani Salaam
There are many ways you can help the people of Haiti after their horrendous tragedy. Please go here to the White House site to see some of the options. - And HERE is the Google page with all the news and help links
From Sue: "I don't know if this is old news but it would seem that Danielle will perform On Your Side on a show called This Morning (ITV) on Monday 18th January & it's in the listings mag that is printed at least a week ago." - From the site for January 18: "Presented by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby. Danielle Spencer, wife of Hollywood heavyweight Russell Crowe, performs her new single On Your Side."
The Telegraph au: Doting dad Russell Crowe's best role Family man ... Russell Crowe. Source: The Daily Telegraph - Thanks, Maria
Den of Geek: 2009 most underappreciated films -- 6. State Of Play. A genuinely gripping political thriller, superbly adapted from a far longer television series, that twists and turns across its intelligent narrative, and sticks in your head long after the credits have rolled. Result? The film didn't even make it to $40m in the US (in spite of the star power of Russell Crowe, Rachel McAdams and Ben Affleck), and it seems to have been snubbed come awards season too. A pity. It's not the best film of 2009, certainly, but at the very least, we'd have thought it'd be in with a shout for an adapted screenplay nod somewhere along the line. Seeing the price of the DVD plummet in the sales too at least opens up the film to more people, but it's as far removed from bargain bin fodder as we could imagine. - Thanks, Allison
From Judy: State of Play" has won the Golden Tomato Award for Thriller from rottentomatoes.com for the best reviewed films of 2009
Movies Unlimited has oodles of Crowe films to buy on DVD
At YouTube: A new video for Dani's song - On Your Side - Thanks, Avril
Metro Mix Chicago: Two for one -- Actor Brian Dennehy returns to Chicago for a dramatic double bill --- "Is there a role you’d like to play but haven’t? -- In this business, you have a hierarchy of stars. Russell Crowe, Tom Hanks—you name ’em, they can play any part they want. Guys like me who are somewhere down in the middle of the pack, that’s a different story. I can do things in the theater that I can’t do anyplace else. Quite frankly, you can’t make much money in the theater so most of these guys aren’t interested in doing these types of jobs." - Thanks, Steph
From Allison: On Ellen's 1/5/10 show, she was promoting the photo book Bird by showing some of the pictures in it. She first showed a peacock and then a "Russell Crowe" with a picture of Russell!
The AP: Film preview: Iron Man, Shrek, Harry Potter return (Brief mention of Robin Hood)
Related: (TN3D) Time Out Chicago: Dennehy’s Last Tape [ no mention of the N3D) - Thanks, Cindy
Related - The National Ledger: Simon Baker & Greg Norman to be Honored at G-Day USA -- "...Past G'Day ball honorees include Kidman, Urban, Mel Gibson, Rod Laver, Russell Crowe, Hugh Jackman, Naomi Watts, Steve Irwin, Cate Blanchett and Kylie Minogue." - Thanks, Kris C
Related - Female First: Families on film (Bettany and Connelly) - Thanks, Kris C
San Francisco Classical Voice: Boccherini, That Chamber Music Renegade -- More recently, the movie Master and Commander (2003) had actor Russell Crowe playing a violin in excerpts from Boccherini’s String Quintet in C Major, G. 324, amid his duties captaining a British warship. I remember being charmed by the few passages Crowe played when not beating up on the French, and wondered who might have written such engaging music. Well, at least someone was paying attention to Boccherini — for I was not. My loss: It won’t happen again." - Thanks, Kris C
From Wendy: Also featured in the (UK) Sunday Times Style magazine editorial, 'What's going up': RUSSELL CROWE'S ROBINHOOD: BACK TO HIS GLADIATOR BEST.
You can watch the longer German trailer version for RH at YouTube -
UK Times: Avatar sparks 3-D makeover for action classics - "...The “Avatar effect” means that conventional 2-D films commissioned last year are already being updated. Sir Ridley Scott has asked for a further $8m from his backer, Universal Films, to add an extra dimension to his untitled Robin Hood venture starring Russell Crowe in the lead role and Cate Blanchett as Maid Marian. Two versions of the film will be released in May." - Thanks, barbiecat
Related - The NY Times - The Messenger (Ben Foster, 3:10 to Yuma) - Mr. Foster’s performance is a career breakthrough for an actor who, like Heath Ledger, displays the eerie gift of immersing himself in a character so that he seems to become someone else entirely.
UK Times: The hottest film tickets of the year - Thanks, Steph, Kris C, Wendy
Celebrity Baby: Pap pics, but so cute - Charlie and Tenny enjoy their ice cream - Thanks, Steph
Majestic Visions: 25 Years of Fantasy Swords in the Movies: a Retrospective - Thanks, Layne
Moviefone: The 10 Best Cop Dramas - Thanks, Marie
Pittsburgh Post Gazette: Local Dispatch: He's a happy extra during Pittsburgh's star role in films
Interesting - related - Audio clips for Mark Strong from UK commecials and PSAs - Lots of other UK actors are listed too at the Another Tongue voice agency
The Niagara Gazette: 30 entertainment ideas for the new year - Thanks, Kris C
Star Pulse: A List Of Hollywood's Most Painful Injuries -- Russell Crowe has had to deal with an injured shoulder since filming Gladiator. After pulling out of several movies, he finally had arthroscopic surgery so he could complete Cinderella Man. - Thanks, Allison
InsidePulse: Best of the Aughts – Crime Films (AG) - Thanks, Allison
The Guardian: Jordan embarrassed as bombing reveals CIA link -- "...The discreet relations between the CIA and Jordan have long been familiar to intelligence aficionados – and were described in Body of Lies, a thriller by the American author David Ignatius that was turned into a Hollywood film starring Russell Crowe and Leonardo di Caprio [ed note: with Mark Strong s the Jordanian rep]. But these close relations were not widely known – until now." - Thanks, Kris C
Variety: Vampires Rule People's Choice Awards -- "...Throughout the show, Latifah appeared in spoofs of "Twilight" and "Paranormal Activity," which featured a cameo by Cloris Leachman clad in a sexy leather ensemble. The show also featured performances by Mary J. Blige, Cobra Starship and Nicole Scherzinger, as well as debut footage from "Clash of the Titans," "Robin Hood" and "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains."
From Judy: Cinemablend.com says that a "Robin Hood" trailer will be airing during the upcoming Superbowl
The Jarrow and Hebburn Gazette: Ridley's top seller of the decade -- SOUTH Shields-born director Ridley Scott's 2000 film Gladiator is one of the most bought flicks of the decade. - Thanks, Kris C
Alan Doyle's latest blog entry - interesting news about him - Thanks, Lynda
Access Hollywood: 10 best films of the decade (Gladiator) - Thanks, Kris C, Allison
USA Today: These four celebrity men have a history of acting up [ed note: totally wrong to group Russell with these guys. Give it a rest, USA Today] - Thanks, Mike
Futon Critic: "... In addition, PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDS 2010 (Wednesday) will preview exclusive sneak peeks of the upcoming blockbusters "Clash of the Titans," starring Sam Worthington, Ralph Fiennes and Liam Neeson in the ultimate struggle for power between men and the gods, and the action adventure "Robin Hood," in which Oscar winners Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett join acclaimed director Ridley Scott and Oscar-winning producer Brian Grazer to tell the story behind the legend. The live show will also debut an exclusive sneak peek of the much- anticipated 20th edition of "Survivor" with a broadcast of the opening minutes of "Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains," which premieres Thursday, Feb. 11 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. - Thanks, Cindy
Get out your DVR --- LAC is on Turner Classics at 2:15 AM
[ed note: This article appeared today - It is NOT true] -- ! Instant Cast Blog: Casting Call Exclusive: Get Cast in the Thriller Prisoners with Hugh Jackman & Russell Crowe - Thanks, Mary Anne
IMDb Daily Poll - Thanks, Allison
liu has made a wallpaper for us
From Marilyn: OutNow, the Swiss film website, has put up some high quality Robin Hood stills
Premiere Magazine Movie previews - Thanks, Allison
Herald Sun 5 January 2010 -- Spencer Calls On Visconti's Magic - WHILE Russell Crowe has been busy on the set of his film The Next Three Days, wife Danielle Spencer has been occupied in the recording studio. Nine years after launching her 2001 debut, White Monkey, 39-year-old Spencer is on the verge of releasing her second studio album, Calling All Magicians. Spencer, the daughter of former Play School presenter Don Spencer, decided to take a break from her burgeoning career in 2003 to be a stay-at-home mum for sons Charles and Tennyson, but began planning a musical comeback in 2008. While her musical style has been compared with that of Kate Bush and Tori Amos, the new album is expected to take on a new feel because of the work of legendary record producer Tony Visconti. Visconti, widely revered for his groundbreaking work with David Bowie and T-Rex in the 1970s, reportedly jumped at the chance to work with Spencer after hearing stripped-back demo tracks of her work in 2008. Spencer released Wish I'd Been There, the first single off the album, in Britain in October to mixed reviews. While Calling All Magicians will be released in Britain on February 15, an Australian release date has not been set.
Inside Pulse Movies: R0BTRAIN’s Bad Ass Cinema: 10 in ‘10 [RH] - Thanks, Allison
Related: Variety: Kathryn Bigelow's "The Hurt Locker" has won the National Society of Film Critics' awards for picture, director and actor for Jeremy Renner. The Iraq War thriller is the first film since 1997's "L.A. Confidential" to sweep top honors from the Los Angeles, New York and national critics' groups.
Jo at LibrisCrowe has made some great creations
Oodles of Russell pics at Allmoviephoto.com (including a link to my site on his page)
A new poll
From Simone: There's a pic of Russell and Ridley in the February Empire magazine. Here's the text that goes with it: It's a little after midnight in Windsor Great Park and the Queen's back garden has been overrun by outlaws. Empire wonders if Her Majesty has been informed that Robin Hood's camping out beneath the ancient boughs just a stone's throw away from her favourite castle?
"Not only has she been informed, but she's given us full permission to be here", says Russell Crowe, bringing our nation's favourite bandit to life in Ridley Scott's epic tale. "I think we're the first production ever to film here." Hood's returned from waging war in France to find a devastated 13th century England ruled by the vicious Prince John (Oscar Isaac). Tonight's scene sees Robin and co. - Kevin Durand as Little John, Scott Grimes as William Scarlet, Alan Doyle as Alan A'Dayle - attacked by a bunch of ragamuffins hiding out in the forest. It's 5 a.m. before Crowe's released, and he tramps happily along a muddy footpath back to his trailer. "How was that?" he asks. Well, from where Empire was standing, it was pretty damn good. The Queen's back garden is in pretty safe hands.
More from Simone: There's also a Helen Mirren interview in the same magazine. Asked about how it was to work with Russell, she said "I know he has a reputation, well earned. But he's so good. Rather a quaint movie star. It was fascinating to watch him work. And I found him very endearing. I like him a lot"
Thoroughly Russell Crowe - January Calendar - Thanks, Mary Anne
January 1, 2010
Cinemax will be showing Virtuosity in February - Thanks, Kris C
The Hollywood Reporter: Sight unseen first half of 2010 looks promising -- May - Universal has a brand-name action-adventure in "Robin Hood" (May 14). Directed by Ridley Scott ("Gladiator"), it stars Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett and may wind up in 3D. However: Do you still believe in Russell Crowe and in tights, no less? - Thanks, Kris C
MSNBC: Top 10 ‘geek’ movies of the decade - Thanks, Kris C
Happy New Year - and new decade - to all Crowe fans - From The Writers Almanac - "The first time that New Year's Day was celebrated on January 1st was in 45 B.C., when Caesar redid the Roman calendar. He based it on the sun instead of the moon (like the Egyptians), added some days to the year, and declared every January 1st the start of the new year. But Caesar had subtly miscalculated the length of the solar year, and declared an extra day in February every four years, which turned out to be slightly too often, so that by the Middle Ages the calendar was about 10 days off. It wasn't until the 1570s that the calendar was finally refined with leap years in the correct places, and since then, January 1st has been celebrated as New Year's Day."
From Cindy: Here's a blog article about Martin Adams, who did the jewelry for Robin Hood. He also was the principal jeweler for Gladiator.
USA Today: The decade in movies: Focus fades from stars to spectacle -- "...It was the sixth-highest-grossing film of the year, behind (in descending order) How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Cast Away, Mission: Impossible II, Gladiator and What Women Want. Those films starred Jim Carrey, Tom Hanks, Tom Cruise, Russell Crowe and Mel Gibson— all reliable box-office draws at the start of the decade, most far less so now." - Thanks, Kris C
Related: At Slash Control (free movies), you can watch Robin and Marian, with Sean Connery and Audrey Hepburn (and Richard Harris)