I had the impression that the French movies Queen Margot (1994) and Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) might have used some of the same sets, at least some of the locations did look quite similar, but I don't know whether this is accurate.
"I prefer reading to writing. Reading changes your worldview. Writing changes absolutely nothing. Except, of course, when it makes you rich." Michel Houellebecq
When Joseph L. Mankiewicz was in pre-production for his 1953 film of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” at MGM, he was forced to re-use the massive sets of ancient Rome that had been a part of the studio’s big hit of 1951, “Quo Vadis.” Shakespeare was considered Box Office Poison at the time so Mankiewicz had to skimp on the budget. “Julius Caesar,” however, also turned out to be a critical and box office hit and also showed that Marlon Brando (in only his fourth movie role) and the acting style known as The Method could be successful in classical drama.