Slideshow: 26-Image Gallery For ‘Robin Hood’ Premiere in Cannes With Russell Crowe

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Samantha Harris with Husband Michael Hess

CANNES, FRANCE – Wednesday night at the 63rd Cannes International Film Festival was reserved for an arrowing experience with the premiere of “Robin Hood.” Russell Crowe, who plays the legendary archer in director Ridley Scott’s new film, was on the red carpet.

Other cast members included Mark Strong (Godfrey), Oscar Isaac (Prince John), Danny Huston (King Richard), Scott Grimes (Will Scarlet) and Léa Seydoux (Isabella of Angouleme).

The festivities include many of the press events, parties and meetings taking place on the luxury sailing vessel the “Signora del Vento,” sponsored by Lancia. The “Robin Hood” meeting with the international press took place on the Signora del Vento on Wednesday, May 12th.

Click “Next” and “Previous to scan through the slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. All images by photographer Vittorio Zunino Celottoare © 2010 WireImage

  1. RobinHoodCannes1: Danielle Spencer and Russell Crowe
  2. RobinHoodCannes2: Russell Crowe is Robin Hood
  3. RobinHoodCannes3: Danielle Spencer and a Happy Russell
  4. RobinHoodCannest4: Actress Frederique Bel
  5. RobinHoodCannes5: Another Side of Frederique Bel
  6. RobinHoodCannes6: Eva Longoria Dazzles
  7. RobinHoodCannes7: Giorgio Armani Niece Roberta Armani
  8. RobinHoodCannes8: More of Roberta Armani
  9. RobinHoodCannes9: Israeli Model Hofit Golan and Friend
  10. RobinHoodCannes10: Actress Lyne Renee and Danny Huston (King Richard)
  11. RobinHoodCannes11: A Kiss from Lyne Renne to Danny Huston
  12. RobinHoodCannes12: Mark Strong and His Wife
  13. RobinHoodCannes13: Mark Strong Suffers A Fool
  14. RobinHoodCannes14: Mark Strong is Godfrey in ‘Robin Hood’
  15. RobinHoodCannes15: Oscar Isaac is Prince John in ‘Robin Hood’
  16. RobinHoodCannes16: Oscar Isaac Strikes a Pose
  17. RobinHoodCannes17: More Hofit Golan
  18. RobinHoodCannes18: Hofit Golan Strikes Poseur
  19. RobinHoodCannes19: Scott Grimes (Will Scarlet) and Wife
  20. RobinHoodCannes20: Léa Seydoux is Isabella of Angouleme in ‘Robin Hood’
  21. RobinHoodCannes21: French actress Léa Seydoux
  22. RobinHoodCannes22: Composer Marc Streitenfeld
  23. RobinHoodCannes23: Rebecca Wang, Executive Producer of ‘Passion Play’
  24. RobinHoodCannes24: More Rebecca Wang
  25. RobinHoodCannes25: Presenter Samantha Harris
  26. RobinHoodCannes27: Samantha Harris with Husband Michael Hess

”Robin Hood” opened everywhere on May 14, 2010. Featuring Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett, Max Von Sydow, William Hurt, Mark Strong, Oscar Isaac, Danny Huston and Léa Seydoux, written by Brian Helgeland and directed by Ridley Scott. The HollywoodChicago.com review of the film can be found here.

HollywoodChicago.com senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

By PATRICK McDONALD
Senior Staff Writer
HollywoodChicago.com
pat@hollywoodchicago.com

© 2010 Patrick McDonald, HollywoodChicago.com

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