Topline comments of manuscript coverage by story analyst, James Chatterton, (Anonymous Content, HBO):
“Tailor-made for a multi-season series on streaming or cable”
“Rich and multi-faceted, with plenty of conflict and intrigue”
“On the same plane as Rise of Empires, Knightfall, The Last Kingdom and even Game of Thrones”
“A fresh and compelling take” of the Robin Hood legend
He robbed the rich and gave to the poor... until he became king.
KING ROBIN has the elements of a blockbuster feature film or streaming service series:
The immediate appeal of a legendary hero
Rich supporting cast of familiar characters
Fresh and timely take on an established franchise
Half-century saga with long-arc character development
Action-packed, compelling plot with high-stakes conflicts
Provocative sensuality, LGBTQ characters, and ribald humor
The beloved rogue of Sherwood Forest triumphs over the ruthless Prince John and takes the throne – only to become a tyrant himself.
In a saga spanning a half-century, this action packed, adult rated tale vividly explores the seductive undertow of power as it transforms a legendary hero into a despot.
Maid Marian, Friar Tuck, Little John, King Richard and the legend’s other characters are complex figures alive with raw passions, dark impulses, ribald humor and diverse genders.
The Last Kingdom, The Tudors, Versailles, Knightfall, Game of Thrones
All the elements of a blockbuster production
Explore a surging opportunity
Several high-profile production organizations are already exploring an adaptation of King Robin. If you are a producer, director or screenwriter interested in the project, we invite you to get in touch.
Kirk T. Schroder, Partner
Schroder Brooks Law Firm, PLC
Direct: (804) 510 - 0705
Office: (804) 510 - 0700 ext. 1
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“Gusto. Humor. Eros.”
Ralph Keyes - Author of The Post-Truth Era
“Thought-provoking. A real page-turner.”
Bob White, Chairman - Worldwide Robin Hood Society
“A sexy retelling of the Robin Hood legend.”
Rebecca Coffey - Author and journalist (Forbes, NPR )
“Smart. Brisk. A parable for our dystopian times.”
Thelma T. Reyna, Ph.D. - Award-winning author and editor
“Deep characters. Surprising plot twists.”
Daniel Holland - Director/Writer/Producer
“Will delight and surprise you.”
Marco Frazier- Head of Insight Studios US
“A truly fabulous read.”
Emma Talitha Reynolds - Director, Television Industry
“A timeless dilemma in a fascinating book.”
John Thorndike - Author of A Hundred Fires in Cuba
“Crackerjack. Truly cinematic, yet realistic.”
Jennifer Silva Redmond - Editor and screenwriter
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