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Russell Crowe, Nicole Kidman to Head Australian Academy of Cinema and Television – Global Bulletin

In today’s Global Bulletin, Russell Crowe and Nicole Kidman fill top spots at the Australian Academy, ITV Studios and Nippon team on a new co-development deal, Abacus Media Rights and Revelation Films announce “The Real Manhunter,” Anderson Entertainment and ITV team on expanding classic sci-fi brands, and the International Film Festival Mannheim-Heidelberg announces this year’s […]
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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 Plane: Solstice Studios Acquires Gerard Butler Action Pic

The Plane: Solstice Studios acquires Gerard Butler action pic A mere 24 hours after Lionsgate dropped the project due to an inability to acquire COVID insurance for the production, the Gerard Butler (Greenland)-led action pic The Plane is gearing up for take off again as Solstice Studios has acquired the rights to the film, according to Deadline. RELATED: The Plane: Lionsgate Exits Gerard Butler-Led Action Film PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = ...
Tags: London, Movies, Lionsgate, United Arab Emirates, Russell Crowe, Greenland, Gerard Butler, Butler, Kandahar, CUMMING, Alan Siegel, ComingSoon, Movie News, Marc Butan, MadRiver Pictures, Christian Gudegast

Mark Wahlberg Movie ‘Joe Bell’ Recut and Coming to Theaters in February 2021

After shooting Spenser Confidential for Netflix, Oscar nominee Mark Wahlberg took a brief detour away from the action genre to make Good Joe Bell, a film inspired by the true story of a man who walked across the country to crusade against bullying. The movie played on the film festival circuit and received middling reviews (including from us at /Film), but Solstice Studios has since re-edited it, given it the new title of simply Joe Bell, and will be releasing it in theaters in February 2021, i...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Oregon, New York City, United States, Mark-Wahlberg, Oscar, Tommy Lee Jones, Russell Crowe, True Story, Cary Fukunaga, Joe, Diane Warren, Robert Duvall, Wahlberg, Larry McMurtry

‘The Craft: Legacy,’ ‘Unhinged’ Lead Fandango Streaming — Film News in Brief

MONDAY, Nov. 2 ‘The Craft’ Sequel, ‘Unhinged’ Show Strength  Blumhouse’s “The Craft: Legacy,” the follow-up to 1996’s “The Craft,” and Russell Crowe’s thriller “Unhinged” have been the top titles at Vudu and FandangoNOW, respectively, for the past week on Fandango’s transactional streaming services. “The Craft: Legacy” is Vudu’s top title for the past week (Monday […]
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The ‘Uncharted’ Movie Defies God and Man by Wrapping Filming

The Uncharted movie was delayed so many times that we started to think it was never going to get made. Now, after beginning production in March, Uncharted has wrapped filming, which means we’re one step closer to seeing Tom Holland as baby Nathan Drake and Mark Wahlberg as poorly-cast Sully. The Ruben Fleischer-directed flick is meant to serve as a prequel to the popular game series. Sic Parvis Magna. That’s a wrap on #UnchartedMovie. — Uncharted (@unchartedmovie)...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Robin Hood, Disney, Mark Wahlberg, Sony, Russell Crowe, Ridley Scott, Video Game, Forbes, Scott, Tom Holland, Nathan Drake, Ruben Fleischer, Scott Mendelson, Uncharted

The Best TV Shows & Movies Coming to Hulu and Disney+ in November 2020

Wow, October is almost over! Then it’s time for November, a month where many of us will either be relieved or horrified (you know why). Also: it’ll be time for Thanksgiving, but since the pandemic is still raging, who the hell knows how we’ll go about that. But enough of these real-world issues – let’s talk about entertainment! A new month brings with it new titles on Disney+ and Hulu, and here they are! Get a rundown of the best TV shows and movies coming to Hulu and Disney+ below. Best TV...
Tags: Google, Movies, Disney, Los Angeles, Tesla, Ethan Hawke, Robert De Niro, Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, Nikola Tesla, Kenneth Branagh, Shakespeare, Hulu, Keanu Reeves, Denzel Washington, Thomas Edison

US game theory specialists win Nobel prize in economics

Paul R Milgrom and Robert B Wilson awarded prize 26 years after game theory scholar John NashThe Nobel prize for economics was awarded on Monday to two US game theory specialists, 26 years after John Nash – the Princeton academic depicted by Russell Crowe in the 2001 film A Beautiful Mind – won for his groundbreaking work on the same subject.Americans Paul R Milgrom and Robert B Wilson won for the designs of mathematical models that promote “improvements to auction theory and inventions of new a...
Tags: Business, Science, Sweden, US, UK News, World news, US news, Russell Crowe, People in science, Mathematics, Nobel prizes, Princeton, Science prizes, John Nash, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences Continue, Göran K Hansson

The 52 worst movies made by iconic directors — from Spielberg to Scorsese

"Gemini Man" Paramount Even some of the best, most iconic directors have made at least one critically reviled film. We turned to Rotten Tomatoes to find the worst reviewed movies of 52 acclaimed filmmakers. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Most of the greatest film directors in history have swung and missed on occasion. Francis Ford Coppola, Steven Spielberg, and numerous other critically acclaimed directors have directed at least one movie that critics tore apart. For t...
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The Best Movies Leaving Hulu in October 2020

Every month, a string of new movies and TV shows come to Hulu, and every month, the streaming platform has to let go of a few beloved films to make room for them. So a few more notable titles are leaving Hulu in October, but that means you’ll have plenty of time to check them out before they’re gone for good (or move on to another streaming service). Find out about the best movies leaving Hulu in October 2020 below. Footloose (1984) Nothing beats the 1984 original starring Kevin Bacon, al...
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Leeds success has Hollywood star crowing

London (AFP) – Leeds United’s return to the Premier League after a 16 year hiatus has pleased no one more than Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe. The 56-year-old star has followed the club since he was... Visit for the rest of the story.
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Box Office: Tenet Leads Quiet Box Office

Box Office: Tenet Leads Quiet Box Office Christopher Nolan’s Tenet continues to lead the box office, albeit in quiet fashion. The time travel thriller, now currently playing in 2,910 locations, collected $6.7M over the weekend, which was down nearly 30% from last weekend’s $9.4 million debut and brings its domestic total to $29.5M. Worldwide, the pic has amassed $200M. As reported by Deadline, word-of-mouth improved over the weekend as audiences graded the film an 80% in Comscore/Screen ...
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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 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

Halle Berry Expresses Oscars ‘Heartbreak’ Over Historic Win

Halle Berry’s 2002 win at the Academy Awards was a historic moment. When presenter Russell Crowe opened the envelope and read Berry’s name for her performance in “Monster’s Ball,” she became the first Black woman to win an Oscar for best actress. Through tears, Berry thanked the women who came before her — including Dorothy […]
Tags: News, Russell Crowe, Oscars, Halle Berry, Dorothy, Berry

Russell Crowe’s Unhinged Is Now Promoting Itself As Being Less Confusing Than Tenet

I mean, on a surface level, it's not an inaccurate claim.
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Tenet Reverses the Box Office, Snags $20 Million Labor Day Weekend

Tenet Reverses the Box Office, snags $20 million Labor Day weekend At long last, Christopher Nolan’s Tenet — a film many dubbed the box office savior — has made its way to some 2,810 U.S. theaters where it collected a not-too-shabby $20 million over the course of the Labor Day weekend, including $2.82 million from Imax locations. The film also pulled in $126 million overseas, bringing its worldwide come to $146 million. Obviously, one must keep in mind that some of the bigger filmgoing marke...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, New York, Movies, Russell Crowe, Box Office, Greenland, Nolan, Dunkirk, Los Angeles San Francisco, Tenet, David Copperfield, Elmer Bernstein, Josh Boone, Movie News, My Brothers, New Mutants

AMC leaps 13% after announcing plans to reopen 140 theaters by Saturday

Noam Galai/Getty Images AMC shares rallied as much as 13% in early Wednesday trading after the theater chain announced plans to have 420 locations operating by the weekend.The company aims to reopen 140 theaters over the week, AMC said in a press release.The majority of reopenings come in time for the Thursday release of Christopher Nolan's "Tenet."AMC has traded higher alongside other so-called reopening stocks in recent weeks as investors boost bets on a recovery from the coronavirus pan...
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AMC leaps 23% after announcing plans to reopen 140 theaters by Saturday

Noam Galai/Getty Images AMC shares rallied as much as 23% on Wednesday after the theater chain announced plans to have 420 locations operating by the weekend.The company aims to reopen 140 theaters over the week, AMC said in a press release.The majority of reopenings come in time for the Thursday release of Christopher Nolan's "Tenet."AMC has traded higher alongside other so-called reopening stocks in recent weeks as investors boost bets on a recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.Watch AM...
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‘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

New Mutants Lands at the Top of the Weekend Box Office!

New Mutants Lands at the Top of the Weekend Box Office! The box office is back! Well, kinda. Even though a majority of theaters still haven’t opened, a handful of releases earned a semi-respectable amount of cash in limited release. Taking the top spot was Disney/20th Century Studios’ The New Mutants, which hauled in $7 million in its first weekend. Keep in mind that, according to Deadline, only 62% of theaters are open and auditorium capacity restrictions allow for only 25%-50% occupancy. E...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, France, Germany, Disney, Russell Crowe, Box Office, Nolan, Rotten Tomatoes, Dunkirk, Boone, Tenet, WB, David Copperfield, Keanu Reeves Alex Winter, Weekend Box Office

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

The X-Men spin-off 'New Mutants' hits theaters this weekend after years of delays, but its box-office prospects are grim

"The New Mutants" 20th Century Studios The X-Men spin-off movie "New Mutants" hit theaters on Friday after several release changes before and during the pandemic.Originally scheduled for release in 2018, the movie was delayed multiple times "ostensibly" due to the Disney-Fox merger, Vulture reported.Vulture's Chris Lee reported this week that the movie went through various script rewrites, with pushback from director Josh Boone.Box Office Pro's chief analyst, Shawn Robbins, projected the mo...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Media, Entertainment, Disney, US, Trends, Analysis, Fox, Russell Crowe, Superhero movies, Amc Theatres, Entertainment Weekly, Robbins, Boone, Phoenix

Russell Crowe helps Harrogate student get to drama school

The film star used his Twitter account to help a Harrogate student's fundraising appeal.
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Exclusive: Russell Crowe Reflects on Gladiator’s 20th Anniversary

Exclusive: Russell Crowe reflects on Gladiator’s 20th anniversary While chatting with the Oscar-winning star for his latest thriller Unhinged, stepped back in time with Russell Crowe to reflect on the 20th anniversary of the multiple Oscar-winning historical drama Gladiator. Our interview can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: CS Interview: Producer Douglas Wick Talks Gladiator 20th Anniversary PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptS...
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Neal Moritz Extends First-Look Deal with Paramount Pictures

Neal Moritz Extends First-Look Deal with Paramount Pictures Paramount Pictures today announced a two-year extension of its first-look deal with acclaimed producer Neal Moritz. The new deal extends the studio’s relationship with Moritz through December 31st, 2023. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = readAdmiralCookie(); googletag.c...
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‘Tenet’ Box Office: Christopher Nolan’s Latest Looking at $25 Million Overseas Debut

After months of hype and confusion, Christopher Nolan‘s Tenet is finally headed to theaters – in select locations. The film will open where it can in the U.S. next week, but this week, it bows overseas. Warner Bros. obviously would’ve preferred to release this thing worldwide all at once, but since that was an impossibility, they’re hedging their bets. So how is the potential Tenet box office looking outside the U.S.? Well… According to Deadline, when Tenet opens this week in the UK, Korea, ...
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‘Unhinged’ Clings on to U.K., Ireland Box-Office Top Spot as ‘Tenet’ Looms

Russell Crowe’s road-rage drama “Unhinged” expanded to 380 sites and increased its take by 31% to collect £178,821 ($234,663) at the top of the U.K. and Ireland box office, according to final figures released by Comscore. The Altitude Film Distribution title has now taken £962,191 ($1,262,742) in four weeks of release. Disney’s “Onward” was in […]
Tags: News, Disney, Global, Ireland, Russell Crowe, Comscore, Tenet, ONward, Unhinged, U K Ireland Box Office Top Spot

‘Unhinged’ Made $4 Million Its Opening Weekend, And That’s Seen As A Major Success

With cinemas in many of the big U.S. metros still closed and many potential customers still unconvinced that multiplexes are safe from the coronavirus (despite the efforts of the National Association of Theatre Owners), Hollywood sees the box-office results for the new Russell Crowe road-rage thriller, the first major U.S. release since March, as good news. Says the CEO of the movie’s distributor, “We’re breathing a sigh of enormous relief.” – Los Angeles Times
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