Latest News • The trials of Russell Crowe: pranked by Jacko, goaded by paparazzi, threatened by al-Qaida
Helen Mar 29, 2015   2 Comments

Russell Crowe’s publicist has two pieces of information she wishes to impart before I’m ushered into the actor’s hotel suite. The first is a warning that Crowe “may be smoking” during the interview, about which I couldn’t care less, beyond wondering how much it is costing him to have a ciggie.

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Helen Mar 29, 2015   3 Comments

He may be notorious for his fractious relationship with the press, but when Paul Whitington meets him to discuss his directorial debut, Russell Crowe is jolliness personified…

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Helen Mar 29, 2015   1 Comment

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Helen Mar 29, 2015   1 Comment

Russell Crowe was on hand to help out the young cast on the set of his new movie The Water Diviner.

The film, which also marks Russell’s directorial debut, tells the story of a father’s promise to find his three sons who never returned home from WWII’s Battle of Gallipoli.

Child actor Aidan Liam Smith was cast as the young Edward, one of Russell’s character’s sons.

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Lainy   Mar 29, 2015   4 Comments

This Morning: 26th March 2015
Good Morning Britain: 25th March 2015

Helen Mar 26, 2015   2 Comments

One hundred years after the Battle of Gallipoli, a new Hollywood film starring and directed by Russell Crowe is poised to generate new interest in a region in Turkey where one of the darkest campaigns of the First World War was waged.

The Water Diviner is believed to be the first feature film to shoot scenes inside Istanbul’s famous Blue Mosque, which gained its name from its blue tiles.

The film visits some of the key battleground areas as well as some of Turkey’s beauty spots while telling a fictional tale that is built around the bloody campaign which lasted nearly a year.

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Helen Mar 26, 2015   3 Comments

Russell Crowe’s new film The Water Diviner has been praised by the Australian embassy for its even handed portrayal of the ill-fated Gallipoli campaign.
The deputy head of mission in Dublin Paul McEachern told Crowe he had done more to promote bilateral relations between Australia and Turkey with his film than any diplomat has done.

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Helen Mar 26, 2015   2 Comments

John F. Nash Jr., the brilliant but troubled mathematician portrayed by Russell Crowe in the 2001 motion picture “A Beautiful Mind,” has been awarded the prestigious Abel Prize in mathematics, along with another American mathematician, Louis Nirenberg.

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Helen Mar 25, 2015   1 Comment

The 50-year-old actor has Charles, 11, and eight-year-old Tennyson with his estranged wife Danielle Spencer. Russell loves everything about fatherhood, especially that he would never have been able to guess what his children would be like.

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