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Why did Kevin Costner not have an English accent in Robin Hood?

Why did Kevin Costner not have an English accent in Robin Hood?

Kevin Costner – Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves Kevin Costner’s excuse for this atrocious accent was that he didn’t have time to learn it properly before filming. Seems like he didn’t bother to even try, because most of the time he just sounds American.

Who was the best Robin Hood?

Over 80 years after he first leaped across screens, Errol Flynn is still the definitive Robin Hood, despite countless new retellings.

What did Alan Rickman think of Robin Hood?

Rickman secretly rewrote the movie’s script Although the Robin Hood tale isn’t a new one, the 1991 movie didn’t initially have the best script. According to BuzzFeed, Rickman hated the writing so much that he organized for him and his award-winning friends to meet up and edit the script to give it some juice.

Why was Sean Connery uncredited in Robin Hood?

Apparently, the former James Bond actor must’ve maintained a fondness for the story of Robin Hood and his merry band of man because he agreed to appear as a brief cameo in Kevin Costner’s 1991 Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.

Who was villain in Robin Hood with Kevin Costner?

Sheriff of Nottingham
Kevin Costner was famously ridiculed for his lack of an English accent, but Alan Rickman’s wildly eccentric take on the villainous Sheriff of Nottingham drew praise from even the film’s most scathing critics.

What happened to Morgan Freeman’s left hand?

When Access caught up with the Oscar winner on Thursday night at the Living Legends of Aviation event in Hollywood, Freeman revealed his hand is still paralyzed. “I wound up with a lot of nerve damage in my arm, so the hand is still paralyzed,” Freeman told Access.

Was Kevin Costner a bad casting choice for Robin Hood?

I liked Kevin Costner in many of his other movies but he was a horrible casting choice for Robin Hood, and not just because of his out-of-place voice. About the only real highlight of the movie was Alan Rickman as the Sheriff of Nottingham. I’ve yet to see a poor performance from Alan Rickman in any movie.

Why did Alan Rickman add his own lines to ‘Citizen Kane’?

Unsurprisingly, Rickman had a lot to do with the dialogue itself. After he famously lamented to his friends in the theater circuit that the screenplay was terrible, Rickman decided to liven it up by adding in his own lines to spice up the material.

Did Alan Rickman rewrite rules on playing the bad guy?

^ Malvern, Jack (April 17, 2015). “Rickman rewrites rules on playing the bad guy”. The Times. Archived from the original on June 14, 2021. ^ a b Pearce, Garth; Green, Simon (1991).

Did Alan Rickman win a BAFTA for the Great Gatsby?

It was a box office success, grossing more than $390 million worldwide, making it the second-highest-grossing film of 1991. Rickman received the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his performance as George, Sheriff of Nottingham.