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Helen Feb 9, 2017

Ed Sheeran has formed an unlikely friendship with Hollywood star Russell Crowe, with the pair frequently going out drinking together.
The pair are believed to have first met in February, 2015, when Gladiator star Russell presented Ed with the British Album of the Year gong at the BRIT Awards.
And as he spoke to Australian radio DJ Kent ‘Smallzy’ Small on Tuesday night (07Feb17), Ed admitted he and the 52-year-old actor often hit the town together.

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Helen Aug 30, 2016

Mel Brooks, Russell Crowe and Jim Carrey among those who have taken to Twitter to show appreciation for the comedian, who died on Monday

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Lainy   May 14, 2016

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Their upcoming comedy opens May 20, so they’re in the thick of promotions.
And on Friday, Ryan Gosling, Russell Crowe, and Matt Bomer stopped by AOL Studios in New York City to chat about The Nice Guys for a panel for the AOL Build Speaker Series.

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Helen Jan 14, 2015   4 Comments

Despite a mantelpiece bowing under the weight of awards (notably a glass gong from GQ Australia and a humanoid-shaped piece known as an Oscar), getting a film made in 2014 ain’t easy. Just ask Russell Crowe. For the acclaimed actor, making his directorial debut with The Water Diviner was a matter of the right timing, the right investors and acute tenacity.

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Helen Dec 28, 2014   2 Comments

BOND girl Olga Kurylenko learned all about the Anzac spirit from Russell Crowe. The French/Ukrainian beauty stars opposite Crowe in his directorial debut The Water Diviner.

The drama follows grieving Australian father Joshua Connor (Crowe), who travels to Turkey several years after the events at Gallipoli to discover what happened to this three sons, presumed dead in the ill-fated assault.

“I’d heard of the event but to be honest, I didn’t know the details,” Kurylenko told APN.

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Helen Dec 17, 2014   5 Comments

He’s been in front of a camera since age six, something Russell Crowe says prepared him for his directorial debut The Water Diviner.

In an interview with News Corp the 50-year-old actor turned director says he wasn’t nervous ahead of the first day on set of his new WWI project.

‘You can’t bulls*** a film crew,’ says Crowe in his typically forthright manner.

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Helen Dec 17, 2014   4 Comments

Here are seven actors who look more like Father Christmas than people who have dressed up as Father Christmas…

(Can’t believe Russell only gets 5/10!!… Helen)

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Helen Dec 17, 2014   2 Comments

Russell Crowe has joined hundreds of thousands of well-wishers in an outpouring of grief and support following the end of a deadly siege in Sydney on Tuesday

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Helen Dec 17, 2014

THE Crowe family laid out the red carpet in Coffs Harbour, as Russell’s parents Alex and Jocelyn treated friends of the family to a special premiere of his directorial debut, The Water Diviner.

The acclaimed period drama, set in the aftermath of the Battle of Gallipoli and telling of a father’s quest to try and locate his three missing sons, opens in Australian cinemas on Boxing Day.

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Helen Dec 11, 2014

Premiering in Australia on Boxing Day is Russell Crowe’s directorial debut, “The Water Diviner”, an epic adventure set four years after the devastating battle of Gallipoli during World War I. Australian farmer Joshua Connor (Russell Crowe) travels to Turkey in 1919 to discover the fate of his three sons (Ryan Corr, Ben O’Toole and James Fraser) reported missing in action. Initially blocked by military bureaucracy, he is helped first by the beautiful Ayshe (Olga Kurylenko) who owns the hotel in which he stays in Istanbul and then by Turkish Officer Major Hasan (Yilmaz Erdogan), who had fought against Connor’s sons. Holding on to hope, Connor and Major Hasan travel across the war-torn landscape to find the truth, and for Joshua to find his own peace.

Mandy caught up with Russell Crowe and his cast at the Melbourne premiere to talk about the importance of remembering the horrors of war, jumping into mirrors during the audition process, and the verdict on Russell the director.

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