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Jul 29, 16   0 Comment Mentions, The Mummy

So…..Russell may be getting his own solo movie out of this cameo?! Read more HERE

Jul 16, 16   0 Comment Mentions

Ryan told XPOSÉ that working with Russell Crowe in The Nice Guys was something that he’d always wanted to do. He told us, “I’m a huge fan of Russell’s as well so it was a real treat.” The feeling is clearly mutual as Russell told RTÉ Ten, “That kid just makes me laugh. He’s some […]

May 30, 16   0 Comment Mentions, The Nice Guys

Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling star in the new movie The Nice Guys, set in LA during the ’70s. The blockbuster follows private detective Holland March (Gosling) and hired enforcer Jackson Healy (Crowe) as they work together in search of a missing girl who is also linked to the death of porn star Misty Mountain. […]

May 24, 16   0 Comment Mentions

#17 is Russell Crowe

May 21, 16   0 Comment Articles, Mentions

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May 14, 16   0 Comment Mentions, The Mummy

Tom Cruise has been spotted filming scenes for his new action movie, The Mummy, in woodland near Shere. The movie is also rumoured to star Russell Crowe, who has filmed in Surrey before in the much used Bourne Wood, for Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood. For the rest click HERE

May 10, 16   0 Comment Mentions, The Nice Guys

Russell Crowe: burly-ass dude, almost always plays a burly-ass dude in his movies. Which is to say, he seems like the kind of affable guy who doesn’t realize when he’s out-burly-ing you in social situations. Ryan Gosling found this out the hard way. Read more HERE

Apr 19, 16   0 Comment Mentions

Who doesn’t want to be a rock star?! Even if you find other means of gaining wealth and fame, there’s just something about taking the stage and and standing in front of a Marshall stack. see them HERE

Feb 09, 16   0 Comment Mentions

When it was released in 1995, Virtuosity (from director Brett Leonard, who’d already explored virtual reality in 1992’s Lawnmower Man) was a bomb, despite the star power of Denzel Washington and an up-and-comer named Russell Crowe. In 2016, it’s now hilariously dated—but that actually makes it way more entertaining to watch. Read more HERE

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