Latest News • Virtuosity Was Ridiculous in 1995, But Now It’s a Blast
Helen Feb 9, 2016

When it was released in 1995, Virtuosity (from director Brett Leonard, who’d already explored virtual reality in 1992’s Lawnmower Man) was a bomb, despite the star power of Denzel Washington and an up-and-comer named Russell Crowe. In 2016, it’s now hilariously dated—but that actually makes it way more entertaining to watch.

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Lainy   Jan 29, 2016

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Helen Jan 21, 2016

Giorgio Armani may have been showcasing his latest designs on the runway.

But the celeb audience of the designer’s Milan Men’s Fashion Week show on Tuesday were also dressed to impress.

Former Downton Abbey star Dan Stevens was suited and booted for the FROW, while Hollywood’s Russell Crowe also showed off his suave sense of style at the fashion week calendar highlight.

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Helen Jan 12, 2016

”The Nice Guys” directed by Shane Black and co-written with Anthony Bagarozzi stars Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, Angourice Rice, Matt Bomer, Margaret Qualley, Keith David and Kim Basinger.

IMDB reported that this upcoming 2016 American mystery thriller dark comedy is produced by Silver Pictures and Waypoint Entertainment and will be distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.

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Helen Jan 12, 2016

W Network is announcing it will be the home of the exclusive North American premiere of the film Fathers & Daughters starring Russell Crowe, Amanda Seyfried and Aaron Paul, on Saturday, February 27 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.

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Lainy   Jan 10, 2016

It may have been one of Russell Crowe’s first films, but the focus of John Tatoulis’s classic adaptation remains equine over man

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Lainy   Jan 10, 2016

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Lainy   Jan 9, 2016

The Nice Guys
Fathers and Daughters

Lainy   Jan 6, 2016

The Nice Guys (May 20)
Writer-director Shane Black survived the excesses of screenwriting superstardom back in the ‘90s (the Lethal Weapon films, The Last Boy Scout, Last Action Hero) and has emerged as one of the wittiest, most unabashedly verbal of Hollywood directors. His Kiss Kiss Bang Bang was a blast, and he upped the ante with Iron Man 3, which had more twists and surprises than any Marvel movie should have the right to have. He’s sure enjoying himself here, with Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe as ‘70s private eyes investigating the death of a porn star. It looks funny, dark and funky in an accessible way: Think Inherent Vice, but possible to follow.

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Helen Jan 5, 2016

Slightly different to the other list posted …….

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