Earlier this week, “The Amazing Spider-Man” swung into theaters (and swung out with a boatload of cash), winning over critics and fans. But no matter what you thought of the newest adventures of your favorite web-slinger, one thing’s for sure: Andrew Garfield, who plays Peter Parker, knocks his New York accent right out of the park.
For those who don’t know, Garfield is British (he was born in California to a… Continue reading Best American Accents By Non-American Actors: From Russell Crowe To Colin Farrell
Perhaps this is a taste of what’s to come from Russell Crowe?
Last night in London, the Oscar winner — who is set to appear in the big-screen adaptation of the musical, “Les Miserables” — got on stage and performed with Elvis Costello. Crowe was a surprise guest at the Royal Albert Hall show, where he sang “Trouble” by Elvis Presley, than strapped on a guitar and played Johnny Cash’s famous… Continue reading Russell Crowe, Elvis Costello, Sing Elvis Presley And Johnny Cash In London
Will He Float Your Boat?: After more than the usual back and forth, Russell Crowe is now set to take on the titular role in Darren Aronofsky’s Noah. Cameras should be rolling in the summer on what has been described as a non-traditional epic, in which the biblical character becomes “disillusioned with the way humans have treated their planet.” We’re not sure Crowe’s… Continue reading Movie News in 60 Seconds: Russell Crowe Will Float Aronofsky’s Ark; Harry Potter Bully Going to Jail; Director Ulu Grosbard, 83, Dies
Russell Crowe: Gladiator. Mathematician. Dracula hunter?
According to Vulture, the Australian actor is currently in talks to join the upcoming vampire flick, “Harker.” The film is a reimagining of Bram Stoker’s “Dracula,” which would have Crowe playing Jonathan Harker as a Scotland Yard detective instead of a lawyer, while he looks to solve a collection of murders in England. (Just think “American Gangster” set in 1800s England, with Denzel playing a… Continue reading Russell Crowe Up For Dracula Tale 'Harker'?
New Yorker critic David Denby didn’t just piss off Sony and David Fincher with that embargo-breaking ‘Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’ review. He also managed to ruffle Cameron Crowe and Matt Damon’s feathers in his dismissive explanation about why he wanted to feature ‘Dragon Tattoo,’ over, say, Crowe’s new movie, ‘We Bought a Zoo.’ “What to put in the magazine on December 5? Certainly not ‘We… Continue reading Matt Damon and Cameron Crowe React to New Yorker 'Zoo' Diss