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Helen Jul 1, 2015   1 Comment

The house in Up may be demolished! The century-old house in Seattle gained fame when it was used as part of a marketing campaign for the Disney animated feature.

Here are seven other locations around the world that gained fame thanks to the movies that featured them.

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Helen Jul 1, 2015

Russell Crowe is making the rounds promoting his directorial debut in “The Water Diviner.” While the upcoming release statements from Warner Bros. about the next batch of DC comics movies doesn’t include a Jor-El movie, Crow told MTV that he would be interested in doing a prequel about Jor-El’s life before Krypton exploded.

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Helen Jun 24, 2015

John Boyne, Celine Dion and Russell Crowe express their sadness at tragic death.

(A fantastic composer who will be greatly missed by many. Helen)

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Lainy   Jun 23, 2015   5 Comments

2. MEL GIBSON AS MAXIMUS

According to a sketchy New York Times article, the Braveheart star was roped in by Director Ridley Scott to play the role of Maximum Decimus Meridius in the film Gladiator. However, the role moved over to fellow Australian, Russell Crowe. Seeing as Russell Crowe would go on to score an Academy Award for his efforts, we imagine Gibson regrets his decision.

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IF this is true…thank the Lord that it didn’t happen haha…I can only see 1 Maximus…and they got it right with Russell :)

Lainy   Jun 6, 2015   1 Comment

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Lainy   Jun 3, 2015

Fans of Stephen King have long waited for a film adaptation of his epic book series “The Dark Tower,” which features the gunslinger Roland Deschain, according to Deadline. But now, that wait is over, as Sony Pictures moves forward with the project.

The current draft of the screenplay for this project was written by Akiva Goldsman and Jeff Pinker. Stars that have expressed interest in the lead role are Javier Bardem and Russell Crowe.

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Lainy   May 30, 2015

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Helen May 25, 2015

The mathematician whose life story inspired film “A Beautiful Mind” has been killed alongside his wife in a road accident.

John Forbes Nash Jr, 86, and wife Alicia, 82, died when their taxi crashed into a guard rail on the New Jersey Turnpike, New Jersey on Saturday.

Actor Russell Crowe, who played Nash in the 2001 blockbuster Tweeted as the news emerged yesterday: “Stunned…my heart goes out to John & Alicia & family.

“An amazing partnership.

“Beautiful minds, beautiful hearts.”

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Lainy   May 21, 2015   1 Comment

A STAR who has appeared in everything from Wolf Creek 2, Neighbours, The Water Diviner and Packed to the Rafters is coming to the South Burnett.

Australian actor Ryan Corr will be coming as part of the Big Screen Film Festival next month.

Mr Corr will attend the gala red carpet opening of the festival in Nanango on June 12.

He will be the latest in a long list of stars who have come to the South Burnett as part of the festival including Magda Szubanski, John Wood and Martin Sacks.

Films on offer at this year’s festival include Australian and international movies including Paper Planes, The Water Diviner and Charlie’s Country.

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Helen May 17, 2015   1 Comment

In “3:10 to Yuma,” Dan Evans (played by Christian Bale), a rancher and Civil War veteran, is trying, without a great deal of success, to eke out a living on the range. He does not have enough for him, his wife Alice (played by Gretchen Mol), and their kids to survive much longer. After a series of unwanted confrontations, he reluctantly agrees to assist a group of men in escorting a dangerous criminal, Ben Wade (played by Russell Crowe), to a train that will take him to court. Among the other men with them are Byron McElroy (played by Peter Fonda) and Grayson Butterfield (played by Dallas Roberts). Unfortunately for them, Ben’s gang, which includes Charlie Prince (played by Ben Foster), is looking for him.

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