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Hollywood stars Hugh Jackman and Jodie Comer are set to collaborate for “The Death of Robin Hood”, a darker take on the classic Robin Hood tale. Michael Sarnoski, best known for directing Nicolas Cage-starrer “Pig” and the upcoming “A Quiet Place: Day One”, will helm the project, reported entertainment news outlet Deadline.

The film will see the title character grappling with his past after a life of crime and murder, a battleworn loner who finds himself gravely injured and in the hands of a mysterious woman who offers him a chance at salvation. Aaron Ryder and Andrew Swett will produce under their Ryder Picture Company banner alongside Alexander Black for Lyrical Media. Jon Rosenberg and Natalie Sellers will executive-produce with Rama Gottumukkala, Sarnoski, and Jackman.

“The Death of Robin Hood” will start production in February 2025. Jackman will be next seen in Disney`s “Deadpool & Wolverine” with Ryan Reynolds, whereas Comer is currently awaiting the release of “The Bikeriders”, in which she stars alongside Austin Butler and Tom Hardy.

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