Russell Crowe missed out on a possible payday of $100 million (around £80 million) when he decided not to pursue a role in the Lord of the Rings movies.
For most, a kebab might be the most ostentatious purchase following a night on the lagers, but for Russell Crowe this is small beer.
A sequel to Ridley Scott's swords and sandals epic Gladiator has been in the offing since at least 2001, a year after the first movie unleashed hell.
James Ellroy has slated the 1997, Oscar-winning adaptation of his book LA Confidential, branding it 'as deep as a tortilla'.
The Oscars is to snub the cinematography, editing, live-action short and make-up and hair styling awards by moving them into the ad breaks of this year's ceremony.
Film sets can be dangerous places and even prestigious Oscar-winning pictures have had their fair share of accidents and injuries.
Matt Damon has become embroiled in the growing sexual harassment scandal surrounding Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
Sofia Boutella’s Princess Ahmanet has got her eye on us. Yes, that’s pretty creepy – and it seems to hint that Universal’s upcoming reboot of ‘The Mummy’ will be somewhat darker than the more recent entries in the franchise. Ahmanet’s double-pupil eyes were already highlighted in an attention-grabbing shot in the first trailer for the Tom Cruise-led monster movie, and now this image has been made the focus of a new official poster.
Despite a sprawling 15 years after their divorce, it seems that some people are still either Team Tom or Team Nicole. According to reports, Russell Crowe and Tom Cruise did not get on on the set of Universal’s new monster franchise reboot movie ‘The Mummy’. A source told New Idea magazine: “He hasn’t been able to stand Tom for years.
Poor old London landmarks. They’ve only just recovered from ‘London Has Fallen’. The first full trailer for forthcoming monster movie reboot ‘The Mummy’ has arrived, and it manages to squeeze in an ancient sarcophagus, reanimation, a terrifying plane crash, Tom Cruise’s death AND resurrection, emergency parachuting, and full-scale metropolitan destruction, all in just under two-and-a-half minutes. Oh, and some Russell Crowe as Dr Henry Jekyll (yes, that one). ...