ClickHole included a fake quote from Crowe in their daily "They Said What?!" feature, and Crowe proved that he has no idea what Internet humor is. "What the shit is a ClickHole?" (via Getty Images/ClickHole) Welcome to The Internet, Old Man Crowe! I think you're gonna like it here. Show More Summary
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Russell Crowe got a bit pissed off earlier today when The Onion’s sister site Clickhole quoted him as saying something he never actually said. Clickhole does really great clickbait parodies, and one of their occasional features is telling us what the biggest celebrity names are saying. This is what they “quoted” Crowe as saying today: [...]
ClickHole is a site owned by The Onion that satirizes online media’s never-ending quest for creating viral content. Though it began as a site that specifically parodied BuzzFeed-style listicles and content, it’s grown to satirize internet publications in general. Show More Summary
Aussie actor Russell Crowe was none too pleased when ClickHole quoted him as giving a nonsensical take on the differences between Australian versus American drivers. Crowe, who doesn't exactly have a reputation for being the most light-hearted...Show More Summary
Director Peter Jackson and Hollywood star Russell Crowe led tributes Wednesday for Oscar-winning Australian cinematographer Andrew Lesnie, who died suddenly aged 59. Lesnie, who passed away Monday after a suspected heart attack, worked with Jackson on eight films, including the epic Tolkien...
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The Australian actor offers some advice to TODAY's Savannah Guthrie ahead of her trip Down Under to her birthplace, including that she should visit the Australia Zoo and ditch Melbourne for Sydney.
Noted telephone-thrower Russell Crowe tries directing with The Water Diviner, 2014's highest-grossing movie (in Australia). Joshua, the titular diviner (surprise! he's played by Crowe), is mildly psychic and mourning his three sons who went missing during the Battle of Gallipoli in World War I. Show More Summary
Anne Hathaway shows off her style at the after party for the opening of her one-woman show, Grounded, at the Public Theater on Friday evening (April 24) in New York City. The 32-year-old actress was joined at the opening of the show by Russell Crowe and Hugh Jackman with his wife Deborra Lee Furness. PHOTOS: [...]
If you are going to see the new Russell Crowe film, “The Water Diviner,” now is the time. Today is Anzac Day, the annual day of remembrance that honors the men of Australia and New Zealand who died at Gallipoli, in what was then theShow More Summary
As long as he can keep the altercations to a minimum and not hit anyone with a flying telephone, maybe Russell Crowe can draw an audience to see "The Water Diviner" ["Opening a New Door," April 19]. His antics were incredibly tiresome, but maybe he's older and wiser now. Aging in chronological...
Russell Crowe is either a die-hard romantic or extremely stubborn – or a little bit of both. After three years of separation, the actor is determined to reconcile with his estranged wife, Danielle Spencer. Crowe, who has most recently...Show More Summary
Oscar-winning actor clearly loves aerial shots and flashbacks! His directorial debut ‘The Water Diviner’ is out now.
Russell Crowe’s towering performance makes up for his directorial shortcomings in his filmmaking debut, but The Water Diviner never veers away from being average, while just about avoiding tedium. Click To Continue Reading
Magical realism can illuminate and amplify the emotions in a deeply personal story — or, in clumsy hands, it can just create extra distractions and create a giant mess. Russell Crowe tries to use magical realism in his directorial debut, The Water Diviner, and the results are less than great. Read more...
It’s clear that Russell Crowe has poured his heart and soul into the historical romance The Water Diviner, his first feature as a director. If only the film were better. Or if only Crowe brought the same subtlety to his direction that he brings to his performance as Joshua Connor,... More »
At first we weren't sure about this week's TV; it started out a bit slow. But then mid-week things got nuts. The post TV This Week: Fallon and Russell Crowe Duet About Oil Balls appeared first on WIRED.
In this week’s new releases, Russell Crowe makes his directorial debut in “The Water Diviner,” a film about an Australian father (played by Crowe) who travels to Turkey following the Battle of Gallipoli to find his three missing sons. In “The Age of Adaline” Blake Lively plays a centenarian who after accident stopped aging beyond age 29.Read full article >>
Russell Crowe's directorial debut "The Water Diviner," about a man trying to find hree sons who disappeared at the battle of Galliipoli in Turkey 100 years ago, is a film divided against itself. It wants to be both a mournful and skeptical antiwar picture and a rousing adventure with splashes of buddy comedy, romance and borderline swashbuckling. Show More Summary