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‘Bullet Train’ Keeps Getting More Crowded, as Logan Lerman Joins Star-Studded Action Thriller

David Leitch’s Bullet Train may not run on ordinary fuel – it may run on star power. After all, the Brad Pitt-led action thriller is starting to be pretty jam-packed with stars. Hunters star Logan Lerman is the latest actor to join the star-studded cast which already includes Pitt, Joey King, Zazie Beetz, Michael Shannon, and Lady Gaga. It makes you wonder how big this train is actually going to be. Deadline reports that Logan Lerman is set to join the cast of Bullet Train, the action thrill...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Casting, Russell Crowe, Christian Bale, Brad-Pitt, Sony Pictures, Darren Aronofsky, Bullet Train, Gaga, Joey King, David Ayer, Pitt, Crowe, Yuma


The Quarantine Stream: ‘Almost Famous’ Makes You Want to be Uncool

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: Almost Famous Where You Can Stream It: Amazon Prime Video The Pitch: Based loosely on the actual experiences of writer/director Cameron Crowe, Almost Famous chronicles the coming-of-age journey of teenage journalist William Miller (Patrick Fugit) tasked with following an up-and-coming rock band on tour in the early 1970s. Why It...
Tags: Movies, Features, Frances Mcdormand, Philip Seymour Hoffman, William, Kate Hudson, Bébé, Crowe, Stillwater, Russell, Penny Lane, Lester Bangs, Billy Crudup, Elaine Miller, Featured Stories Sidebar, Almost Famous


The Morning Watch: ‘Coraline’ and Ancient Storytelling, The Williams of ‘Almost Famous’ Reunite & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, watch a video essay that explores how Coraline uses ancient forms of storytelling like fairy tales and ghost stories to enhance the film’s central themes. Plus, Cameron Crowe sits down with his big screen su...
Tags: Movies, Neil Gaiman, Williams, Cameron-Crowe, Coraline, Crowe, Henry Selick, Video Of The Day, Face Mask, Dan Allen, Todd Spence, Patrick-Fugit, Michael-Angarano, Almost Famous, The Morning Watch, Zak White


I'm a Black founder. Here's how I'm practicing self-care during the pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement.

Jasmine Crowe is the founder and CEO of Goodr. Jasmine Crowe Jasmine Crowe is the founder and CEO of Goodr, an Atlanta-based company that fights food waste and hunger by picking up surplus foods from local restaurants and stores and delivering them to hungry families. During the pandemic, Crowe has been busier than ever expanding Goodr to help more people who are facing food insecurity. She says in order to better serve others, she's adopted several daily rituals to prioritize her own ment...
Tags: US, Trends, Atlanta, United States, Black Lives Matter, Crowe, Instagram Facebook, Sara Blakely, Bob Proctor, Goodr, Jasmine Crowe, Goodr Jasmine Crowe Jasmine Crowe, Google for Startups Black


Peter Frampton talks new memoir ahead of Cameron Crowe virtual event at LA’s Book Soup

For Peter Frampton, the idea of a memoir was always on his list of things to do, but never today, not this year, that’s for the future. Frampton definitely had stories to tell just from his youth on the outskirts of London: He was friends with David Jones (soon to be known to the world as David Bowie); his teenage rock band was produced by Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones; he played in another teen band that toured with The Who. And the stories kept coming: When he was 18, he joined Steve Marrio...
Tags: Europe, Books, Music, London, White House, Africa, George Harrison, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Austin, Things To Do, Soccer, Ford, Stevie Wonder, David Bowie


A Virtual Table Read of Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Featuring Jennifer Aniston, Morgan Freeman, Shia LaBeouf, Sean Penn, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, John Legend & More

If you will forgive a gross oversimplification, there are two kinds of people in this world: Those (like me) who, having seen Fast Times at Ridgemont High the night before the first day of their senior year of high school, made sure to pack carrots in their lunchboxes, and those who were too young to see it in its original release, possibly because they hadn’t been born yet. For those of us in the first group, Feelin’ A-Live’s #FastTimesLive, a virtual table read of the script for Camero...
Tags: Google, Comedy, Film, College, Julia Roberts, Current Affairs, Jennifer Aniston, Morgan Freeman, Brad Pitt, Tolkien, Cameron Crowe, Sean Penn, Billy Wilder, Ray Liotta, Pitt, Facebook Twitter


A Virtual Table Read of Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Featuring Jennifer Aniston, Morgan Freeman, Shia LaBeouf, Sean Penn, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts & More

If you will forgive a gross oversimplification, there are two kinds of people in this world: Those (like me) who, having seen Fast Times at Ridgemont High the night before the first day of their senior year of high school, made sure to pack carrots in their lunchboxes, and those who were too young to see it in its original release, possibly because they hadn’t been born yet. For those of us in the first group, Feelin’ A-Live’s #FastTimesLive, a virtual table read of the script for Camero...
Tags: Google, Comedy, Film, College, Julia Roberts, Current Affairs, Jennifer Aniston, Morgan Freeman, Brad Pitt, Tolkien, Cameron Crowe, Sean Penn, Billy Wilder, Ray Liotta, Pitt, Facebook Twitter


Joel Edgerton to Star in ‘Florida Man’ Limited Series Based on Tom Cooper’s Novel

In this age of peak television, limited series are becoming more and more popular. The stigma of television being beneath the quality of feature films has vanished and film actors headlining small screen productions is now commonplace. Soon, Boy Erased and Bright star Joel Edgerton will soon add one to his résumé. Anonymous Content is developing a limited series adaptation of Florida Man, the novel written by Tom Cooper. Joel Edgerton is slated to start in the series, as well as executive p...
Tags: Amazon, Florida, Television, Movies, Drama, Australia, Netflix, Tom Hooper, Florida Man, Joel Edgerton, Cooper, Crowe, Owen, Gordy, Tom Cooper, Edgerton


Exclusive: Jay Baruchel Discusses Almost Famous 20th Anniversary

Exclusive: Jay Baruchel discusses Almost Famous 20th anniversary Jay Baruchel has been in a number of iconic roles over the years, including making his way behind the camera for the recent horror masterpiece Random Acts of Violence, and while discussing his work on the film ComingSoon.net took a walk down memory lane with the 38-year-old filmmaker to discuss the 20th anniversary of one of his most notable roles, Almost Famous. Check out our interview in the player below and pick up the speci...
Tags: Video, Movies, Interview, Features, Russell Crowe, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Exclusive, Rolling Stone, Cameron Crowe, Hudson, Jay Baruchel, Golden Globe, Crowe, Stillwater, William Miller, Movie News


The Quarantine Stream: ‘Master and Commander’ Should Have Started One of This Century’s Great Film Franchises

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World Where You Can Stream It: Hulu The Pitch: The film opens with a piece of text that succinctly and evocatively sets the stage for the action to come. “April, 1805. Napoleon is master of Europe. Only the British fleet stands before him. Oceans are now battlefields.” Gotta love a grea...
Tags: Movies, Features, Universal, 20th Century Fox, Galapagos Islands, Caribbean, Paul Bettany, Napoleon, Miramax, Crowe, Aubrey, Peter Weir, Maturin, Action/Adventure, Patrick O Brian, Featured Stories Sidebar


‘American Son’: Stephan James and Russell Crowe to Star in Paramount’s Remake of ‘A Prophet’

Hollywood has been trying to mount a remake of Jacques Audiard’s highly acclaimed 2009 crime thriller A Prophet for years, and Paramount Pictures has finally found its leading man for the remake. Stephan James (If Beale Street Could Talk, Amazon’s Homecoming) has been hired to play the lead role, a petty criminal who rises through the criminal ranks after a stint in prison to become a feared and respected gangster. James will join Russell Crowe in the new movie, who has already been cast as rut...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, Drama, Casting, Russell Crowe, Paramount Pictures, Tom Hardy, Paramount, Jacques Audiard, Remakes, James, Crowe, Beale Street, Dennis Lehane, Shiro


Russell Crowe’s American Son Adds Stephan James

Russell Crowe’s American Son adds Stephan James After seeing the film move from Sony Pictures to Paramount, the Russell Crowe-starring thriller American Son is getting back on track as it has cast Golden Globe nominee Stephan James (If Beale Street Could Talk) to co-star in the film, according to Deadline. RELATED: Lionsgate Acquires Kevin Coughlin & Ryan Grassby’s Mother Land PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefres...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Lionsgate, US, United Kingdom, Russell Crowe, Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Jacques Audiard, James, Golden Globe, Crowe, Neal H Moritz, Dennis Lehane, ComingSoon, Movie News


CEOs and HR bosses at hot multibillion-dollar startups like UiPath, GitLab, and 22 more explain what it takes for a job candidate to impress them

Business Insider surveyed CEOs and human resources chiefs from some of the enterprise technology industry's most valuable startups about what jobs they're looking to fill.  We also asked them what qualities they look for in a job candidate. Below is a list of the top startups that are hiring, as well as what their CEOs, HR bosses and a chief operating officer had to say about how to make yourself stand out as an applicant.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Finding a job dur...
Tags: Google, Europe, Digital Transformation, Microsoft, California, France, US, Trends, Amsterdam, Sydney, Dubai, Zenefits, Silicon Valley, Hue, HashiCorp, Rubrik


CS Interview: Director Derrick Borte on Thriller Unhinged

CS Interview: Director Derrick Borte on thriller Unhinged As the film is finally racing to theaters as the first major theatrical release of the summer, ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with director Derrick Borte (American Dreamer) to discuss his latest thriller Unhinged led by Russell Crowe and Caren Pistorius. RELATED: CS Video: Unhinged Interviews With Caren Pistorius & Russell Crowe PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; ...
Tags: Movies, Interview, New Orleans, Russell Crowe, Louisiana, Lisa Ellzey, Kenner, Andy, Rachel, Crowe, Ellsworth, Russell, CAREN, Solstice, ComingSoon, Movie News


Russell Crowe’s Unhinged Takes the Weekend Box Office Crown

Russell Crowe’s Unhinged Takes the Weekend Box Office Crown As theaters open up around the world, audiences have slowly returned to America’s favorite pastime — the movies! Per Deadline, this week, moviegoers shelled out over $4 million in ticket sales for Russell Crowe’s Unhinged, enough to laugh the Derrick Borte-directed flick to the top of the charts. Coming in second was The Spongebob Movie: Sponge On the Run with $0.55 million, followed by Words on Bathroom Walls with $0.462 million, C...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, America, Russell Crowe, Box Office, Lisa Ellzey, Busan, Peninsula, Rachel, Crowe, ComingSoon, Movie News, Jimmi Simpson, Gabriel Bateman, Red Eye, Austin P McKenzie


Unhinged Review: A Formulaic But Brutal Adrenaline Ride

Rating:  8/10 Cast: Russell Crowe as the Man PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCookie(); googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping = googletag.sizeMapping().addSize([0, 0], [[300, 250]]).addSize([750, 0], []).addSize([980, 0], []).build(); PB.gptStandAlone['pb_prebidjs_300x250_a_1598283122']...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Los Angeles, Movie Reviews, Russell Crowe, Rachel, Kyle, Crowe, Pistorius, Rutger Hauer, Movie News, Anne Leighton, Caren Pistorius, Derrick Borte, Borte, Rachel Caren Pistorius


CS Video: Unhinged Interviews With Russell Crowe & Caren Pistorius

CS Video: Unhinged interviews with Caren Pistorius & Russell Crowe As the first big thriller of the summer is finally in US theaters, ComingSoon.net got the opportunity to chat with Caren Pistorius (Mortal Engines) and Russell Crowe (The Nice Guys) to discuss Unhinged! Our interviews can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Unhinged Review: A Formulaic But Brutal Adrenaline Ride PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoR...
Tags: Video, Movies, Interviews, US, Features, Russell Crowe, Lisa Ellzey, Rachel, Crowe, ComingSoon, Movie News, Jimmi Simpson, Gabriel Bateman, Red Eye, Austin P McKenzie, Russell Crowe Gladiator


How to impress recruiters at companies like UiPath, GitLab, and 22 other enterprise tech unicorns that are hiring right now, according to their CEOs and HR bosses

Business Insider surveyed CEOs and human resources chiefs from some of the enterprise technology industry's most valuable startups about what jobs they're looking to fill.  We also asked them what qualities they look for in a job candidate. Below is a list of the top startups that are hiring, as well as what their CEOs, HR bosses and a chief operating officer had to say about how to make yourself stand out as an applicant.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Finding a job dur...
Tags: Google, Europe, Digital Transformation, Microsoft, California, France, US, Trends, Amsterdam, Sydney, Dubai, Zenefits, Silicon Valley, Hue, HashiCorp, Rubrik


Russell Crowe is 'Unhinged' in first wide movie release since March

Crowe is a maniac who uses his pickup as a weapon in "Unhinged."
Tags: Russell Crowe, Crowe


Cameron Crowe on the 20th anniversary of "Almost Famous"

Twenty years ago, Cameron Crowe wrote and directed Almost Famous, a fantastic, coming-of-age rock-and-roll tale based on his teenage years as a journalist for Rolling Stone magazine in the 1970s. Rolling Stone published a new interview with Crowe in which he shares stories of screening it for Led Zeppelin, the magic of "Tiny Dancer," and the future of Stillwater. From Rolling Stone: Did you ever think while you were conducting those interviews at Rolling Stone back in the day that it would m...
Tags: Video, Music, London, Movies, News, Journalism, Magazines, Cameron, San Diego, Rolling Stone, Cameron Crowe, Rock And Roll, Robert, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page, Zeppelin


Want to work at an enterprise tech unicorn? CEOs and HR chiefs from GitLab, UiPath, Plaid and 22 other startups explain how to stand out as an applicant for the sales, technical, and marketing roles they all have open

Business Insider surveyed CEOs and human resources chiefs from some of the enterprise technology industry's most valuable startups about what jobs they're looking to fill.  We also asked them what qualities they look for in a job candidate. Below is a list of the top startups that are hiring, as well as what their CEOs, HR bosses and a chief operating officer had to say about how to make yourself stand out as an applicant.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Finding a job dur...
Tags: Google, Europe, Digital Transformation, Microsoft, California, France, US, Trends, Amsterdam, Sydney, Dubai, Zenefits, Silicon Valley, Hue, HashiCorp, Rubrik


‘Unhinged’ Trailer: Whatever You Do, Don’t Honk at Russell Crowe

What happens if you honk at a guy in traffic who’s having the worst day of his life? That’s the question answered in Unhinged, a new Russell Crowe thriller which, in the grand tradition of films like Duel, Joy Ride, and Falling Down, presents a worst case scenario for the protagonist and will maybe make you think twice about slamming on the horn the next time you’re out on the road. Check out a new trailer for the movie below, complete with a retro voiceover that leans into the film’s throwback...
Tags: Movies, Horror, United States, Russell-Crowe, Movie Trailers, Don, Rachel, Crowe, Unhinged, Rachel Caren Pistorius


CEOs and HR chiefs from 23 of the most valuable enterprise tech startups reveal the jobs they're hiring for — and how to stand out as an applicant

Business Insider surveyed CEOs and human resources chiefs from some of the enterprise technology industry's most valuable startups about what jobs they're looking to fill.  We also asked them what qualities they look for in a job candidate. Below is a list of the top startups that are hiring, as well as what their CEOs or HR bosses had to say about how to make yourself stand out as an applicant.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Finding a job during a public health and econ...
Tags: Google, Europe, Digital Transformation, Microsoft, California, France, US, Trends, Amsterdam, Sydney, Dubai, Zenefits, Silicon Valley, Hue, HashiCorp, Rubrik


New Unhinged Trailer Introduces Safety Rules to Avoid Road Rage

New Unhinged trailer introduces safety rules to avoid road rage Solstice Studios has released a brand new trailer for Russell Crowe’s upcoming thriller film Unhinged, providing us a set of rules in order to avoid crazy drivers with the tendency to road rage. Also featuring new footage of Crowe’s antagonistic character, you can check out the video in the player below! RELATED: Exclusive Unhinged Clip Starring Russell Crowe & Caren Pistorius PB = PB || {}; PB...
Tags: Video, Movies, Russell Crowe, Lisa Ellzey, Rachel, Crowe, ComingSoon, Movie News, Jimmi Simpson, Gabriel Bateman, Red Eye, Austin P McKenzie, Russell Crowe Gladiator, Carl Ellsworth, Caren Pistorius, Solstice Studios


The deleted "Stairway to Heaven" scene from "Almost Famous"

I can't believe I never knew about this deleted scene from Cameron Crowe's 2000 semi-autobiographical film, Almost Famous. In it, main character William, loosely based on Crowe, tries to convince his conservative, over-bearing mother to let him write an article for Rolling Stone by playing her Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven," based on "the literature of Tolkien," to prove to her that rock n' roll isn't just about sex and drugs. The scene had to be cut from the film when the members of the band r...
Tags: Post, News, Films, William, Tolkien, Led Zeppelin, Cameron Crowe, Atlantic Records, Zeppelin, Crowe, James Andrew Miller, Patrick Fugit, Stairway to Heaven, Stairway, Brian Hiatt, Laurie Fox


Russell Crowe Fulfilled a Heartwarming Promise to Get Paul Giamatti an Oscar Nomination for ‘Cinderella Man’

Russell Crowe has a reputation for having a bit of a temper and being somewhat difficult to work with. But that doesn’t mean he isn’t without his good qualities. For example, when awards season rolled around for the boxing drama Cinderella Man, Crowe asked the studio to put their weight behind Paul Giamatti for Best Supporting Actor instead of campaigning hard for Crowe to get a leading actor nomination. Why? Because Crowe promised Paul Giamatti’s dying mother that her son would get an Oscar no...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Awards, Los Angeles, Russell-Crowe, Academy Awards, Paul-Giamatti, Al Pacino, Penn, Sean Penn, PAUL, Golden Globe, Crowe, Trivia, Giamatti, Pacino


‘Almost Famous’: The Oral History of a Golden God’s Acid Trip

As the coming-of-age rock tale turns 20, the cast and crew remember how a star’s badly aimed jump and other near-misses became a standout scene.
Tags: Music, Movies, News, Cameron, Plant, Hudson, Billy, Robert, Patrick, Crowe, Crudup, Fugit, Kate (1979-, Almost Famous (Movie


‘Almost Famous’ Could Have Starred Brad Pitt, Natalie Portman, and Meryl Streep

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Cameron Crowe’s autobiographical movie Almost Famous. To celebrate the milestone, James Andrew Miller is delivering a limited podcast series called Origins: Almost Famous Turns Twenty, and it’s already yielding some interesting tidbits looking back at the film. Almost Famous features Patrick Fugit as William Miller, a young aspiring journalist who gets caught up in the world of rock and roll in 1969. During his adventures on tour with a fictional band cal...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Casting, Frances-McDormand, Meryl-Streep, Dreamworks, Brad-Pitt, William, Kate-Hudson, Cameron Crowe, True Story, Pitt, Crowe, Stillwater, Trivia, Russell


High Earth Orbit Robotics uses imaging satellites to provide on-demand check-ups for other satellites

Maintaining satellites on orbit and ensuring they make full use of their operational lifespan has never been more important, given concerns around sustainable operations in an increasingly crowded orbital environment. As companies tighten their belts financially to deal with the ongoing economic impact of COVID-19, too, it’s more important than ever for in-space assets to live up to their max potential. A startup called High Earth Orbit (HEO) Robotics has a very clever solution that makes use of...
Tags: Startups, TC, Space, Ceo, Earth, International Space Station, Satellites, Satellite, Satellite Imagery, Robotics, Spaceflight, Aerospace, Spacecraft, Crowe, Imaging, StarLink


How Russell Crowe and Adrien Morot Recreated Roger Ailes for ‘The Loudest Voice’

Russell Crowe has spent many hours in the makeup chair over his decades-long acting career, but the process to transform into Roger Ailes for Showtime’s limited series “The Loudest Voice” was unlike any he had experienced before. “The first fitting was almost psychologically scarring,” Crowe says of finding the right prosthetics. “It was near to […]
Tags: Awards, Features, Showtime, Russell Crowe, Emmys, Crowe, Roger Ailes, The Loudest Voice, Adrien Morot Recreated Roger Ailes