Russell Crowe

Colin Farrell and Russell Crowe Film Winter’s Tale

Dressed in full western gear, actors Colin Farrell and Russell Crowe filmed scenes yesterday for the new movie “Winter’s Tale,” which is set in the 19th Century and present-day Manhattan and tells a fantasy story about a thief, a dying girl, and a flying white horse. The movie is due for release in 2013.

Russell Crowe Down Under

Hitting the red carpet today at the Australian premiere of his new flick “The Next Three Days” a bearded and cheerful Russell Crowe looked very much at home.

At Hoyts EQ Russell kept close to his wife, singer Danielle Spencer, with his arm wrapped lovingly around her waist.

And it seems like Russell, who lives part time down under with his family, truly is happiest in Kangaroo country as the notoriously strong-willed Oscar winner couldn’t hold back the smiles while speaking fondly of his pretty wife saying, ‘There’s nothing I wouldn’t do for Danielle.’

Pics from the Premiere of Revolutionary Road

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Last night was the world premiere of Revolutionary Road, and just about everyone looked fantastic. I’ll spare you the obvious omission from that statement, and head straight on over to Kate’s dress. L-O-V-E–I-T! She’s also rocking some pretty amazing hair.

In fact, I love it almost as much as I do Leonardo DiCaprio. That tie really makes the outfit.

Russell Crowe Works on Getting Fit

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I’m sitting in a Hilton hotel room in downtown Chicago (I’m taking a bit of a working vacation this week), and the Internet connection is painfully slow. Uploading these pictures seemed to take about, oh, 500 million hours. I’ve been banging my head against the wall in an attempt to take my mind off of the horrendous connection that I’m paying $12.95 a day for. I plan on writing Miss Paris a letter about this all when I get back to Pittsburgh.

With all that said, I still think that Russell Crowe is in more pain than I am. These are pictures of him working out with his trainer earlier today, and I can practically feel his agony. However, if it all means that we get to drool over the uber hot Gladiator Russell, it’s totally worth it.

So, keep up the good work buddy! I want to see you with your shirt off, looking totally ripped by New Year’s!

Family Guy Part 1

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Russell Crowe shows he is a hands on dad during a shopping spree at kid’s boutique Bonpoint in Beverly Hills. His two sons Charlie and Tennyson seemed to be quite a handful but the actor kept a close eye on them and gave them lots of attention and affection. Crowe, known for his temper, stayed calm and collected even when the boys had tantrums and tears. He did have the help of his wife, Danielle Spencer, to keep tabs on them in the shop too though. So what did they buy? Blankets, clothes, a frog, a Russian Doll and a brown teddy bear were amongst the purchases.

Russell Crowe Promotes The Rabbitohs

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Russell Crowe, seen here after dinner last night at Mr. Chow in Beverly Hills, is pulling out all the stops to promote the rugby challenge match between the South Sydney Rabbitohs and the Leeds Rhinos in Florida this month. Crowe is the co-owner of the Rabbitohs and came up with the idea for the match against the team’s sister club to spread interest in rugby across America. The game will be held in Jacksonville, FL on January 26.

American Gangster

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Russell Crowe, Mel Gibson, Denzel Washington, Olivier Martinez and Lymari Nadal were among the attendees at the industry screening of American Gangster held at the ArcLight Theater in Hollywood yesterday.

The film tells the story of a detective in 1970s America who works to bring down the drug empire of Frank Lucas (Washington), a heroin kingpin from Manhattan, who is smuggling the drug into the country in the coffins of soldiers returning from the Vietnam War.

The film is due in US theaters on November 2 and UK theaters on November 16.