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RUSSELL Crowe has picked somewhere close to home to film the first scenes for his directorial debut.

The Oscar winning actor took over a street in Sydney’s Millers Point to film The Water Diviner, which is set just after World War I.

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Superheroes are being elbowed out by Noah and Mary as Hollywood makes 2014 year of the biblical epic

In March audiences will be treated to Noah, a $150million special effects-laden extravaganza, in which Russell Crowe will build an ark and rescue mankind from the Great Flood. Harry Potter actress Emma Watson will play his adopted daughter, and Sir Anthony Hopkins is portraying Methuselah. The ark was built on Long Island, New York.

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The tragic death of former ABC television helicopter pilot Gary Ticehurst has become the catalyst to the filming of a feature movie about the 1998 Sydney to Hobart yacht race in which six lives were lost, in particular the ill-fated voyage of the yacht Winston Churchill, which sank.

Preliminary shooting for the movie, that producer Ashley McLeod says will be an ”Australian epic”, began on Thursday at the start of the 69th Sydney to Hobart.

As for who will star in the movie, McLeod said: ”It is still a little bit early on casting, but it will be an A-grade cast list. We are throwing around names such as Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett, Jai Courtney and Eric Bana.”

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In March 2014, there’s a flood a’comin’ and like most of the folks in the book of Genesis, we are probably not ready. Darren Aronofsky is a crowd and critic favorite, having changed many a life with films like Black Swan and The Wrestler. Now he’s heading in a slightly different direction with his new adaptation of the story of Noah and the ark. While the biblical adaptation is in no way a new movement, we expect that this director is going to change the way this particular game is played. And we’re psyched. Here are a few things that Noah has working strongly in its favor.

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