Check out 9 people in everyday life that fancied themselves Robin Hoods - those who took from the rich and gave to the poor.
Hi, I'm Mike Bithell and I'm the chap in charge of Volume, a Robin Hood inspired stealth game for PS4 and Vita, due next year. Me and the team wanted to drop into Playstation.Blog and give you our own festive message.
If you love Airbnb and we love gingerbread houses. this adorable charity drive is for you. GingerbreadBNB is an idea baked up for Robin Hood, New York’s largest poverty-fighting organization, where you can book a virtual stay in one of three adorable gingerbread houses. READ MORE »
The Once Upon a Time midseason finale probably left a few Outlaw Queen fans teary-eyed and rooting even harder for Regina to get her happy ending. But will that happy ending include Robin Hood? In last week’s “Heroes and Villains,” Robin...Show More Summary
Michael M. Weinstein holds a Ph.D. in economics from M.I.T. and has served as chief program officer for the Robin Hood Foundation since 2002. In 2001, he became the founding director of the Maurice R. Greenberg Center for Geoeconomic Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations while holding the Paul A. Show More Summary
Regina may be bummed out on "Once Upon a Time" after having to say goodbye to her true love Robin Hood, but don't think that is dampening Lana Parrilla's holiday spirit.The actress gave a rundown of some of her family traditions -- including a very noisy New Year's Eve routine -- and what she's looking forward to this holiday season. Show More Summary
The Once Upon a Time powers that be won't be going by the storybook this time. On the midseason finale on Sunday, Rumplestiltskin (Robert Carlyle) was forced by his wife Belle (Emilie de Ravin) to step over Storybrooke's town line and thus into our magic-free world. Show More Summary
It's time to wonder if happy endings exist for people on "Once Upon a Time" not named Snow White and Prince Charming. Regina (Lana Parrilla) has been fighting the hardest to prove she's redeemed herself from her Evil Queen days, butShow More Summary
The actress previews big changes coming during Sunday's midseason finale read more
The moment OutlawQueen fans have been dreading will finally come in Sunday’s Once Upon a Time winter finale. With the
Photo via Gingerbreadbnb via Co.Create Gingerbreadbnb is a thing. Well, sort of. It's a cool charity thing that the Robin Hood Foundation, New York City's largest poverty-fighting organization, and ad agency McKinney baked together for this holiday season. No, you...
Now that the Snow Queen has counteracted the curse of Shattered Sight, Once Upon a Time is finally ready to let its Frozen story line go. On the fairy-tale drama's midseason finale on Sunday (8/7c, ABC), we'll see one other benefit of Storybrooke returning to (relative) normalcy: Maid Marian (Christie Laing) will have thawed out after being frozen. Show More Summary
Every bit as fusty as Robin Hood, Ridley Scott’s biblical epic takes two off-beat, more or less mutually exclusive interpretations of Exodus—God is a delusion motivated by Moses’ latent guilt; God is real, but only helping the Jews because...Show More Summary
Apparently a human woman dressed in pink cat accessories is too outre for fans of a fighting franchise that stars both a cybernetic Robin Hood and a kangaroo wearing boxing gloves, as the developers behind Tekken 7 have responded to Internet outrage...
Remember a few years back when you couldn't go to the movie theater without bumping into a Snow White movie? Or how last year it seemed like Hollywood was gonna get really into witches on TV again? Well, Hollywood might just have found its next type of character to hone in on with uncomfortable intensity and lots of repetition, and that character is Robin Hood.
Who knew that Robin Hood was still so popular? Less than five years after Ridley Scott and Russell Crowe collaborated on their own version of the heroic outlaw and just a few months after Sony purchased their own script based on himShow More Summary
Disney has begun work on a new, non-animated franchise based on the legendary forest-lurking archer/larcenist, Robin Hood. According to Deadline, the studio is developing Hood, based on a “revisionist” script by newcomer Brandon Barker called Nottingham And Hood. Show More Summary
Disney is already competing with Warner Bros. since the studios both have their own adaptations of The Jungle Book heading to theaters, and now the studio will go head-to-head with Sony Pictures with another classic property. Deadline...Show More Summary
The public domain strikes again! Mere weeks after Sony spent seven figures on a shared universe reimagining of the Robin Hood story, Disney has just purchased their own new version on the classic character. It’s called Nottingham & Hood and was written on spec by first time writer Brandon Barker. Show More Summary