Wednesday, December 5, 2012

News: Dec 5, 2012

What would Lady Sybil say? Russell Crowe steals a kiss from Downton Abbey's Jessica Brown Findlay as pair shoot Winter's Tale 

Russell, 48, stars as gangster boss Pearly Soames in the film, an adaptation of Mark Helprin's 1983 novel, which also stars Will Smith, Colin Farrell, Matt Bomer and Jennifer Connelly. (Daily Mail)

Watch: Russell Crowe Claims Ownership Of Mark Wahlberg In First Clip From 'Broken City'

Spurred on by its pulsing Kanye West accompaniment -- trailer-speak for “corruption, desire, and violence around the corner” -- the initial look at “Broken City” promised a sleek action-drama with Mark Wahlberg and Russell Crowe at full genre tilt, and now the first clip from the film has surfaced to confirm that perception completely. (Indiewire: The Playlist)

Big roster of blockbuster movies heading to Australian cinemas over summer 

The other big Boxing Day blockbuster will pit Aussies Hugh Jackman and Russell Crowe against each other as the bring Les Miserables to the big screen. (

Shenfield schoolgirl to walk the Les Miserables premiere red carpet

A few months ago Natalya Angel-Wallace, from Worrin Road, had no experience of acting at all, but now she can boast sharing a cinema screen with superstars Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe and Anne Hathaway. (This Is Total Essex)

Herbert Kretzmer dreamed a dream – and Les Misérables never looked back

But Kretzmer is right. Boyle’s showstopping turn on Britain’s Got Talent in 2009 brought Les Mis to a new audience here and, courtesy of the Youtube clip of that audition, to millions elsewhere. Now, a film of the musical, directed by Tom Hooper (his first since the Oscar-winning The King’s Speech) and starring Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway and Hugh Jackman, will extend its reach still further. Kretzmer has seen a rough cut and describes it as ''successful beyond my wildest dreams’’.  (The Telegraph)

'Les Miserables' will open in select IMAX theaters Christmas Day

Universal Pictures announced Tuesday that the Tom Hooper-directed film, starring Anne Hathaway, Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Sacha Baron Cohen, Amanda Seyfried, and Helena Bonham Carter, among others, will be digitally remastered to begin a limited domestic IMAX run in New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, and Montreal the same day as its nationwide domestic release on Dec. 25. The movie will roll out in IMAX theaters internationally starting Jan. 10, 2013.






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