Latest News • John Nash: Russell Crowe in tribute to ‘A Beautiful Mind’ maths genius killed in car crash
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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Lainy   May 14, 2015   3 Comments

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Helen May 13, 2015   5 Comments

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Lainy   May 10, 2015   1 Comment

Geeks of Doom: Are there any fellow Australians you would like to work with? Maybe the Hemsworths?

Rebel Wilson: I’ve already tried to work with the Hemsworths. They are like really busy. Like guys, we are all Australians, can you not like do the other Hunger Games, and maybe do a movie with me. That’s not like even a joke. I’ve talked Russell Crowe recently, I think he is a really good actor, and I’ve made terrible jokes about him in the past, but he still likes me. I’d love for him to play my dad in something, I think that would be really funny.

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Helen May 7, 2015   3 Comments

It’s been 15 years since Gladiator premiered in May of 2000. Almost a year later it would win Best Picture at the Academy Awards, etching its name in movie history. Will the film “echo in eternity” like Maximus told his soldiers they would? Only time will tell, but now, 15 years later, you can celebrate the movie with some facts you probably never knew about it:

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Lainy   May 6, 2015   1 Comment

Turkish hotel owner Mustafa is recalling the time he woke up to find Hollywood star Russell Crowe outside his bedroom window.

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Helen May 5, 2015   5 Comments

Alan Doyle often gets associated with Russell Crowe as a musician (he’s contributed to several of the Australian’s bands) and as an actor (where he’s appeared in Robin Hood and other projects). Give the guy a break: Doyle’s had a 20-year career with Canadian folk rockers Great Big Sea and he’s recently launched his second solo album, So Let’s Go. He spoke with Music Times about the inspiration behind the title, how he met Crowe under the most Canadian of circumstances and how, if he’d had his way, he’d be shredding in a hair metal band and not singing Newfoundland sea shanties (with no offense meant to sea shanties).

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