If there is a hell, you have to believe that there’s a white-hot space reserved for some of the people portrayed in Joel Edgerton’s new film, Boy Erased.
“If you want to be an actor, work it out yourselves.” – Russell Crowe
Sure, Darren Aronofsky’s Noah uses more CGI H2O than old-fashioned “water pictures” used to, but that doesn’t mean that star Russell Crowe didn’t spend a lot of time during the shoot completely soaked. In fact, reportedly Crowe was soaked for so long during one day of shooting that he suffered
Russell Crowe on Getting in Shape for ‘Man of Steel’: “I didn’t realize that I would be wearing spandex. I didn’t realize that I’d have to fit into it as well”
Though Russell Crowe is no stranger to beefing up for a role, it had been some time since he had to do so before he agreed to portray Superman’s Kryptonian father Jor-El in Man of Steel. Crowe is following in the footsteps of Marlon Brando, who played Jor-El in 1978’s Superman (and again nearly thirty years later in Superman Returns, which featured unused footage from the original).
2009 American Idol runner-up Adam Lambert seemed to anger a lot of people when he criticized director Tom Hooper’s decision to have the cast members of Les Misérables sing the musical’s challenging songs live rather than recording the songs separate from the film or otherwise hiring professional singers instead of actors.
I’m not into singing shows, so I admit I had to look up who Adam Lambert is when I started writing this story. Lambert — who was the runner-up on American Idol in 2009 — criticized Les Misérables director Tom Hooper’s decision to have the cast sing live during the production on his Twitter by saying,
This weekend, Russell Crowe had a show at Joe’s Pub in New York City, calling it “Russell Crowe and Alan Doyle present the Indoor Garden Party.” Who was the special guest? Friend in real-life and mortal enemy on-screen, Hugh Jackman. In the videos below, shot by a fan who then
‘Les Misérables’: Watch the Extended First Look Featuring Behind the Scenes Looks and Interviews (video)
Here is the extended first look of Les Misérables, will now hit theaters on Christmas Day. It features behind the scenes looks and interviews with the cast Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried and Eddie Redmayne and Director Tom Hooper.
Director Tom Hooper Made Stars Russell Crowe, Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway Audition For ‘Les Miserables’
One of the perks of being a big star is not having to audition for parts. After all, if an actor is well-known enough, his or her reputation and ability precedes him or her. But that wasn’t the case for the next big movie musical, Les Miserables. Despite stars like Russell Crowe, Hugh Jackman, and Anne Hathaway starring in the film, director Tom Hooper made all of them audition for their roles.
Here is a first look picture of Academy Award winner Russell Crowe as Noah from Academy-Award nominated director Darren Aronofsky’s Noah.
Oregon Man Sues Lionsgate for Allegedly Using His Image to Depict a Terrorist in ‘The Next Three Days’
A man is suing Lionsgate over the 2010 Russell Crowe film The Next Three Days because his image briefly appears in the film without his permission.
We all have videos of us performing on stage at some point or another and Oscar winning actors are no different. Check out this video of a 24 year old Russell Crowe performing in a 1988 version of The Rocky Horror Show.