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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

Russell Crowe Asked Jared Kushner for Advice on Playing Roger Ailes in ‘The Loudest Voice’

Russell Crowe asked Jared Kushner for advice on playing the former head of Fox News Roger Ailes in the Showtime limited series “The Loudest Voice.” In an interview with Variety‘s Actors on Actors issue, Crowe revealed to Nicole Kidman that he approached Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and senior advisor, at Hugh Jackman’s 50th birthday party […]
Tags: News, Nicole Kidman, Showtime, Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Fox News, Crowe, Roger Ailes, Kushner, Jared Kushner, The Loudest Voice

Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe on Roger Ailes, ‘Big Little Lies’ and Their Friendship

Russell Crowe came to prestige television for the first time this season with “The Loudest Voice,” a limited series about the life of Fox News creator Roger Ailes. No stranger to the medium is his old friend Nicole Kidman, whose second season of “Big Little Lies” saw her storyline of domestic abuse resonate even after her abuser […]
Tags: Actors, Features, Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep, Russell Crowe, Fox News, Roger Ailes, Actors on Actors

Carl Reiner: Brooks, Van Dyke, Clooney and more remember US comedy 'giant'

Mel Brooks, Dick Van Dyke, George Clooney and Russell Crowe praise the actor, who has died aged 98.
Tags: News, US, Russell Crowe, Carl Reiner, Brooks Van Dyke Clooney, Mel Brooks Dick Van Dyke George Clooney

New on Blu-ray and Digital: ‘Columbia Classics Collection’, ‘Gladiator’ 4K, ‘Braveheart’ 4K

In the words of the Mama Mia! sequel: here we go again. It’s time for another Blu-ray round-up, and this week’s titles are what I’d call “specialty titles.” None of these are new movies – but they’re all new releases. These are the new Blu-ray releases (and digital releases, too) you should check out this week. Columbia Classics Collection The Columbia Classics Collection is a jaw-dropping new box set that has an odd assortment of films, all of which are in 4K, and all of which are wort...
Tags: Amazon, Bruce Springsteen, Movies, Washington, India, Features, Dreamworks, Madonna, Russell Crowe, Kubrick, Mel Gibson, Mia, Tom Cruise, Smith, Ridley Scott, Ben Kingsley

AMC Theatres Reopening Delayed, Will Now Open on July 30

Here we go again. AMC Theatres were planning on reopening on July 15, in time for the big release of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet. Then Tenet moved its release date (twice). And so did Disney’s Mulan. Which means there are no big blockbusters lined-up for July now. As a result, AMC has pushed its reopening date to July 30. Will that hold? Or will we be right back here again in a few weeks? We all saw this coming, but now it’s official: AMC Theatres have delayed reopening until July 30. The plan...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Amc, Disney, United States, Russell Crowe, Amc Theatres, Mulan, Tenet, Business and Industry News

The Morning Watch: ‘Hamilton’ Reunion on ‘The Tonight Show’, VFX Artists React to ‘Scott Pilgrim vs the World & 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, the original cast of Hamilton reunites virtually on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots. Plus, watch as visual effects artists react to the work done on Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Looper, and ...
Tags: Movies, Jimmy-Fallon, Disney, Russell-Crowe, Ryan Gosling, The Tonight Show, Visual Effects, Edgar Wright, Hamilton, The Roots, Lin-manuel Miranda, Looper, Scott Pilgrim, Video Of The Day, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, The Abyss

CNET Remembers 1995, the Year Hollywood Finally Noticed The Internet

CNET is celebrating its 25th anniversary with articles remembering the 1990s — including that moment "when Hollywood finally noticed the web," calling it "a flawed but fun snapshot of the moment the internet took over the world..." "Twenty-five years ago, cinema met cyberspace in a riot of funky fashion, cool music and surveillance paranoia. It began in May 1995 with the release of Johnny Mnemonic, a delirious sci-fi action dystopia matching Keanu Reeves with seminal cyberpunk author William ...
Tags: Hollywood, Tech, Sandra Bullock, Russell Crowe, William Gibson, Keanu Reeves, Kathryn Bigelow, Orwell, Cnet, Denzel Washington, Matthew Lillard, Johnny Mnemonic, Nicholas Jareck, New York Longo

‘Unhinged’, ‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’ and ‘Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse’ Release Dates Delayed

Christopher Nolan‘s Tenet and Disney’s remake of Mulan have been pushed back into August, which has shaken up how soon movie theaters will be reopening. That means several more movies are shifting their release dates too. The thriller Unhinged starring Russell Crowe and the return of Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter in Bill and Ted Face the Music have each been pushed back slightly, but Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse starring Michael B. Jordan has been delayed four months to early in 2021. First up...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Navy, Disney, Ted, Thriller, Sequels, Adaptation, Russell-Crowe, Mulan, Bill, Paramount Pictures, Keanu-Reeves, Michael B Jordan

How Russell Crowe Was Convinced To Join Gladiator, Despite Its Terrible Script

Apparently, he was entertained, despite the script.
Tags: Religion, Russell Crowe

Exclusive Unhinged Clip Starring Russell Crowe & Caren Pistorius

Exclusive Unhinged Clip Starring Russell Crowe & Caren Pistorius has an exclusive Unhinged clip from Solstice Studios’ psychological thriller starring Russell Crowe and Caren Pistorius. You can check out the clip now in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCookie(); googletag.cmd.push(fun...
Tags: Video, Movies, Russell Crowe, Lisa Ellzey, ComingSoon, Movie News, Jimmi Simpson, Gabriel Bateman, Red Eye, Austin P McKenzie, Russell Crowe Gladiator, Carl Ellsworth, Caren Pistorius, Solstice Studios, Derrick Borte American Dreamer, Philadelphia Westworld

Russell Crowe’s Thriller ‘Unhinged’ Sets Worldwide Distribution

Solstice Studios, the movie studio headed by Mark Gill, has secured distribution worldwide for its psychological thriller “Unhinged,” starring Russell Crowe. The movie is set to open in U.S. theaters on July 10, and in international theaters as they reopen. Among the international distributors in major territories are Altitude Films (U.K.), Leonine (Germany/Austria), SND (France), […]
Tags: News, Global, Russell Crowe, Mark Gill, Cannes Market, Solstice Studios

Exclusive: Carl Ellsworth Talks Scrapped Gremlins 3 Script!

Exclusive: Carl Ellsworth Talks Scrapped Gremlins 3 Script! Thirty-six years ago this month, Joe Dante’s Gremlins invaded theaters and instantly upped the ante for big-budget monster mayhem. June 1990 saw the release of Gremlins 2: The New Batch, in which Dante took the concept in a wackier, more pop-culture-satirical direction. Over the three decades since, fans have been waiting for a return of cuddly little Gizmo and the hellacious creatures he inadvertently spawned, and while the animated...
Tags: Movies, Lionsgate, Horror, Russell Crowe, Gremlins, Mogwai, Columbus, Steven Spielberg, Dante, Chris, Gizmo, Billy, Jerry Goldsmith, Goldsmith, Ellsworth, Phoebe Cates

CS Interview: Producer Douglass Wick Talks Gladiator 20th Anniversary

CS Interview: Producer Douglas Wick Talks Gladiator It’s hard to believe that Gladiator turned 20 years old this year — 20 years old! And the film still looks and feels like something that could have been released yesterday. To commemorate Ridley Scott’s classic achievement, we sat down and spoke with Academy-Award winning producer Douglas Wick, who discussed the making of the film, its legacy and where he stands on a potential sequel. Gladiator, directed by Ridley Scott, exploded into theat...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Rome, Julia Roberts, Dreamworks, Russell Crowe, Richard Harris, Mel Gibson, Academy Awards, Ridley Scott, Black Lives Matter, Malta, Joaquin, Maximus, Oliver Reed, Roman

What Lured Jason Segel, Forest Whitaker, Aldis Hodge Back to TV This Emmy Season

From Steve Carell in Apple TV Plus’ “The Morning Show” and Netflix’s “Space Force” to Russell Crowe in Showtime’s “The Loudest Voice,” the 2019-’20 television season has been punctuated by big-screen actors who have returned to television after years away. It has been decades since Crowe was in the medium: The actor got his start […]
Tags: Apple, Awards, Features, Netflix, Showtime, Russell Crowe, Steve Carell, Emmys, Forest Whitaker, Crowe, Aldis Hodge, Jason Segel, Jason Segel Forest Whitaker Aldis Hodge Back

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Release Date Pushed to October 2020 Following ‘Tenet’ Shift

Immediately after Warner Bros. announced the two-week delay of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, the studio pushed back the release date of another highly-anticipated blockbuster. Wonder Woman 1984, which was already moved from its initial June 2020 release to August on account of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, has been pushed back yet again to a fall release date. As audiences nervously debate whether seeing Tenet next month is worth it, Wonder Woman 1984 is trading its hotly anticipated sum...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Washington, Disney, Sequels, Russell Crowe, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Kristen Wiig, Chris Pine, Gal Gadot, Jenkins, Tenet, Geoff Johns, Patty Jenkins, Comic Book/Superhero

‘Tenet’ Release Date Pushed Back to the End of July

It’s official: Christopher Nolan‘s Tenet will no longer make its July 17 release date. But if you’re disappointed about that news, take heart: the film is only being delayed by a few weeks, and will now open on July 31. Warner Bros. will still capitalize on the July 17 date by re-releasing Nolan’s Inception in theaters for the film’s 10th anniversary. More on the new Tenet release date below. We were all wondering if Tenet would truly open on July 17, and now we know the answer: it won’t. Bu...
Tags: Christopher-Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Russell Crowe, Nolan, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Chris, Tenet, Toby Emmerich, Release Dates, Warner Bros Pictures Group, National Alliance of Theater Owners NATO

Russell Crowe Shares New Poster for Unhinged

Russell Crowe shares new poster for Unhinged There’s only a few weeks left until the road thriller Unhinged becomes one of the first film to hit theaters nationwide and now star Russell Crowe (The Nice Guys) has taken to Twitter to reveal a new poster for the film that teases “he can happen to anyone.” The poster can be viewed below! RELATED: Unhinged Trailer: Russell Crowe Thriller To Be First Film Back in Theaters This July PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlo...
Tags: Movies, US, Russell Crowe, Lisa Ellzey, Busan, Movie News, Jimmi Simpson, Gabriel Bateman, Nice Guys, Red Eye, Austin P McKenzie, Russell Crowe Gladiator, Carl Ellsworth, Caren Pistorius, Derrick Borte American Dreamer, Philadelphia Westworld

‘The Broken Hearts Gallery’ Will be the First Major Studio Wide Release of the Summer, Arriving Just Before ‘Tenet’

Everyone wants to be first. When it comes to re-opening movie theaters this summer, Warner Bros. has been hogging most of the limelight, with Tenet still poised to open on July 17. But Tenet isn’t going to be the first new movie this summer. There’s the Russell Crowe movie Unhinged, which is set for a limited release on July 1. And now Sony is throwing their hat into the ring with Broken Hearts Gallery, a film they’re now branding as “the first major studio wide release of the summer.” Sony ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, New York City, Bernadette Peters, Sony, Russell Crowe, Selena Gomez, Warner Bros, Sony Pictures, Lucy, Tenet, Natalie, Release Dates, Natalie Krinsky, Broken Heart Gallery, Broken Hearts Gallery

How Hollywood Plans to Market the Reopening of Movie Theaters

While we’re not sure if movie theaters will be opening their doors in time to get Christopher Nolan’s Tenet into theaters by the proposed July 17 release date (or if Warner Bros. will even release it), it’s very likely that they’ll at least be back in business by sometime in August. But how will movie theaters convince audiences to come back? They’ll be getting help in the form of a major marketing campaign with the support of all the major movie studios, some big name stars, and even their Hol...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, China, Disney, Sony, Russell Crowe, Caa, Warner Bros, Tenet, National Association of Theatre Owners, Greg Foster, Business and Industry News, Creative Artists Agency CAA, Hollywood They, Coronavirus

‘The Outpost’ Wants to Beat ‘Tenet’ to Theaters in July

Will movie theaters across the country really be open by July? That’s still the hope, although everyone has their doubts. As of now, the big movie everyone is looking at is Tenet, which Warner Bros. still hopes to open on July 17. But it’s not the only July movie with eyes on a July theatrical release. There’s also the Russell Crowe movie Unhinged, which is allegedly opening July 1. And now there’s another film to add to the list: The Outpost, an adaptation of Jake Tapper’s book of the same nam...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Movies, Disney, Los Angeles, War, Afghanistan, Taliban, Russell Crowe, Warner Bros, Orlando Bloom, Jake Tapper, Tenet, Release Dates, Outpost, Milo Gibson

Scott Eastwood and Orlando Bloom’s War Thriller ‘The Outpost’ Sets July Launch in Theaters

“The Outpost,” an Afghan war thriller starring Scott Eastwood and Orlando Bloom, will open in movie theaters in July. The film, from Screen Media, is expected to launch in 500 cinemas on July 2 through Fathom Events before a traditional run on the big screen. “The Outpost” is joining Russell Crowe’s “Unhinged” one of the […]
Tags: News, Russell Crowe, Box Office, Orlando Bloom, Scott Eastwood, Fathom Events, The Outpost

‘L.A. Confidential’ and ‘Zodiac’ Actor John Patrick Mahon Dies at 82

John Patrick Mahon, a director, writer and actor known for his roles in “L.A. Confidential” and “Zodiac,” died of natural causes in his home in Los Angeles, Calif., on May 3. He was 82. Mahon played the police chief in 1997’s “L.A. Confidential” starring Kevin Spacey and Russell Crowe, and had a small part as […]
Tags: News, Obituaries, Russell Crowe, Kevin Spacey, Zodiac, Los Angeles Calif, Mahon, L.a. Confidential, John Patrick Mahon

Russell Crowe to Star in ‘American Son’, the Hollywood Remake of ‘A Prophet’ at Paramount Pictures

Do you remember the French thriller A Prophet in 2009? The critically acclaimed movie was nominated for numerous awards, and won a couple international equivalents of Best Picture. It follows a delinquent young Muslim man in prison who gets caught up in a mob war between two different factions among the prisoners. Now, over 10 years later, the film is being remade at Paramount Pictures under the title American Son, and Russell Crowe has been set to star. If you’ve never heard of A Prophet unt...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Casting, Thriller, Muslim, Russell-Crowe, Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Remakes, Variety, Crowe, Malik, Neal H Moritz, Shutter Island, Dennis-Lehane

Russell Crowe Mob Thriller American Son Moves to Paramount

Russell Crowe Mob Thriller American Son Moves to Paramount According to Deadline, Academy-Award winner Russell Crowe’s mob thriller American Son, which was previously set up at Sony, has moved to Paramount. RELATED: Russell Crowe-Led The Georgetown Project Adds Worthington, Hyde Pierce The thriller, per the trade, is based on Jacques Audiard’s French film, A Prophet, that won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival and earned an Academy Award nomination for foreign language fil...
Tags: Movies, Sony, Russell Crowe, Paramount, Jacques Audiard, Roger Ailes, Dennis Lehane, ComingSoon, Movie News, Neal H Mortiz, Fortin, Toby Jaffe, Derrick Borte, American Son, Joshua John Miller, Worthington Hyde Pierce

Russell Crowe to Star as Mobster in Thriller ‘American Son’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Russell Crowe is set to star in Paramount’s thriller “American Son,” which is based on the critically acclaimed French film “A Prophet.” Andrew “Rapman” Onwubolu is on board to direct the film from a screenplay by Dennis Lehane. Neal H. Moritz is producing through his Original Film banner. “American Son” centers around a man, who […]
Tags: News, Russell Crowe, Paramount, American Son, Andrew Rapman Onwubolu, Dennis Lehane Neal H Moritz

Coronavirus Has Moved VFX Work to the Cloud — and It May Stay There

The coronavirus pandemic may push more visual effects work into the cloud. That business, like many others, is heavily dependent on cramming as many people as possible into office spaces where they can work on tight deadlines, racing to create the kind of elaborate digital wonders that enhance movies and television shows. But that’s no […]
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