Russell Crowe and Ridley Scott ‘clash’ on Robin Hood set?

Russell Crowe and Ridley Scott have clashed on the set of Robin Hood.

The project, which changed its name from Nottingham earlier this year, is the fifth collaboration between actor Crowe and director Scott.

The apparent rows have led to delays on production and cost studio Universal “millions of dollars” since last December, says The New York Post:

“The producers had to fly to London because Russell and Ridley won’t talk to each other,” a source said. “Every time they stop filming, it costs the production millions of dollars.”

Crowe’s publicist Alan Nierob has denied that there is any conflict between the pair, saying: “It’s a good scene down there. Everything is on schedule.”