By: John M Jerva
It’s been a long and winding road for the indie action film The Siege of Robin Hood which hails from actor, martial artist and filmmaker Paul Allica (The Trigonal: Fight for Justice) which has been in the making for over five years now. The Australian powerhouse has been busy at work forging the newest take on a tried and true legend and the end is now in sight!
Allica announced on social media that post production has wrapped on the movie which means that it’s ready to go and hopefully film companies gobble this one up because I’ve been following this one for a long time and am eagerly awaiting to see it. Check out Allica’s post below!
For those of you who don’t know, The Siege of Robin Hood is a new take which incorporates Hong Kong style fight action into the mix. The story of Robin Hood has been told many times on screen and this one promises to be the most high octane interpretation yet.
I had the distinct honor in interviewing Allica back in 2018 for the project and we talked extensively about it and of course talked about what kind of Robin Hood we can expect from Allica’s performance:
Allica also talked about the action and the Hong Kong flair that’ll have which will give the set pieces and added kick:
For my full exclusive interview with Allica click here.
Allica is, of course joined by some top tier talent for the supporting cast and they include John Fallon as The Sergeant, Kahli Williams as Freyda, Peter Roordink as Little John, Dave Beamish as Lancelot, David Macrae as The Sheriff of Nottingham, and Tom McCathie as Merlin,
This has been one huge passion project for Allica who not only stars as Robin but he also penned the screenplay along with Don Macnab-Stark and he helmed it as well.
With the film now complete, expect more exciting news to come in the future so keep it locked and loaded right here as we are your destination for everything action.