26/06

“A lot of things that you learn about Roger you have to take with a grain of salt because he was a very theatrical man,” the actor said of the late Fox News founder, whom he portrays in the upcoming Showtime series ‘The Loudest Voice.’
Russell Crowe made a stop at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Thursday night, where he talked about becoming unrecognizable for Showtime’s upcoming series The Loudest Voice.

In Showtime’s The Loudest Voice, the rise and fall of Roger Ailes are chronicled, with Crowe taking on the leading role of the late Fox News founder.

For the rest click HERE

26/06

The billboard was vandalized by the same secretive troupe that laid down dozens of Donald Trump stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame last year.

Showtime marketing executives may want to take a closer look at a giant Los Angeles billboard that promotes their Roger Ailes miniseries, The Loudest Voice, because it’s not what they paid for.

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26/06

What a deal!

Russell Crowe revealed in a new interview on The Howard Stern Show that he once drunkenly bought a dinosaur skull from his pal Leonardo DiCaprio — for a cool $35,000.

“I bought it for my kids and, cut myself a little bit of slack, there was a bunch of vodka involved in that transaction,” Crowe, 55, said, explaining that he was drinking at DiCaprio’s house at the time he offered to buy the skull.

“I think [DiCaprio] started the conversation,” he continued. “He was like, ‘I’ve got this one but there’s another one coming onto the market that I want so I’m trying to sell that one.’ I said, ‘I’ll buy it.’”

For the rest click HERE

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02/02

In the early 2000s, Russell Crowe was indisputably one of the biggest names in Hollywood. He got his start on TV back home in his native Australia, first appearing as Kenny Larkin in a few episodes of the popular soap opera Neighbours. In 1990, he landed his first film roles in Prisoners of the Sun and The Crossing. But it wasn’t until starring as Maximus Decimus Meridius in the film Gladiator that he really made his mark stateside. After his performance in Gladiator earned him an Academy Award for Best Actor, he went on to appear in other critically acclaimed films like A Beautiful Mind and Cinderella Man.

But recently, it seems like Crowe has dropped off the map, and he’s simply not acting as much these days. Here’s why you haven’t seen him on the big screen, and why he probably won’t get back to his former status as one of Hollywood’s most popular actors.

For the full article please go to Looper.com

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26/01

You win some, you lose some — and some of the winners are losers! Here are ten Best Pictures that still leave me gobsmacked wondering why they got gold.

A Beautiful Mind: The Academy, when faced with more challenging fare, often goes deep middle-brow. Ron Howard’s air-brushed 2001 biopic starring Russell Crowe as Nobel Prize winning schizophrenic mathematician John Nash sidesteps the not-so-pretty spousal abuse. Nash reportedly assaulted his wife (prettily played by Jennifer Connelly) at a faculty picnic where he held her neck down under the sole of his shoe. Antisemitism was another ugly attribute – not to mention the illegitimate child and the public indecency.

Credit for the above: Thelma from RealClearLife.com

Lainy: I know the Villagers won’t be pleased with this 😉

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16/01

6. Russell Crowe
Russell Crowe might have been involved in the movie that launched the Worlds of DC with Man of Steel, but his Jor-El didn’t even get a flashback in Batman v Superman – and that’s probably as close as he’s got to a sequel.

It’s not for lack of trying, though, as Crowe has appeared in the likes of Robin Hood and The Mummy, both of which were meant to lead to sequels before various factors got in the way. We’re holding out hope that Shane Black sorts out a Nice Guys sequel – or maybe Maximus will end up popping up in Gladiator 2?

Credit for the above: DigitalSpy.com

Tags: Articles
12/01

First it was Sacha Baron Cohen’s Who Is America? late last year, and now Judicial Watch founder Larry Klayman is going after Showtime for $750 million and an injunction to shut down the premium cabler’s upcoming Roger Ailes series starring Russell Crowe as the now deceased Fox News Channel boss.

For the full article go to Deadline.com

31/05

Viewers need a good eye for talent on BGT but not everyone would have spotted Hollywood star Russell Crowe sitting in the audience during Tuesday night’s live show, sporting a bristling grey beard.

For the full article click HERE

Tags: Articles - BGT
31/05

Britain’s Got Talent fans were stunned to see Hollywood actor Russell Crowe in the audience of one of the live semi-finals.

But it seems his visit to ITV has given the Gladiator actor an idea for a new career path.

Crowe has been discussing becoming a judge with Got Talent mogul Simon Cowell after they enjoyed dinner together.

For the full article click HERE

If this is true, then it would be good for the programme 🙂

Tags: Articles - BGT
02/05

Russell Crowe has given us all the nostalgic vibes today as he posted one hell of a throwback.
Gladiator himself took to social media on Monday to share his own input into the Old Headshot hashtag that took over our Instagram and Twitter feeds on the weekend.

For the full article go to Metro.co.uk

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Other Projects

Project: The True History of the Kelly Gang (Post-Production)
Type: Movie
Character: N/A
Release Date: N/A
IMDB Page: HERE

Project: The Loudest Voice in the Room (Pre-Production)
Type: TV
Character: Roger Ailes
Release Date: 2019
IMDB Page: HERE

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April 14th: STATE OF PLAY
Journalism on Screen commemorates the 10th anniversary of the Tucson Citizen newspaper’s closing with a screening of the journalism thriller, State of Play, followed by an onstage discussion with a panel of Citizen alums.
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SATURDAY, JUNE 15: THE QUICK AND THE DEAD
Saddle up for the all-star 1995 Shot at Old Tucson western starring Sharon Stone, Gene Hackman, Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe, shown next to the world-famous Mission set!

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 2019LES MISERABLES
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TV Schedule (UK) 2nd-7th June #RussellWatchUK

3rd @ 1.35pm on SCA HD: Robin Hood
3rd @ 1.35pm on SCA: Robin Hood
6th @ 4.20pm on SCS: The Insider

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TV Schedule (US) 2nd-7th June #RussellWatchUS

2nd @ 4:30PM on BBC: American Gangster
2nd @ 9:25PM on BBC: American Gangster
5th @ 6:30AM on HBO2: Robin Hood
7th @ 10:00AM on HBOSGe: Robin Hood
7th @ 10:00PM on TNT: Gladiator

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