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Exclusive: Russell Crowe On Robin Hood - 27/2/2009 8:01:45 PM   
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Parts of this film was going to be shot at Cleeve Abbey in Somerset where i work, but apparently we're too epxensive and they skipped in favour of Eastern Europe!

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- 27/2/2009 9:11:20 PM   
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Crowe's just gone up in my esteme, I've been saying that about Bill for years.

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- 28/2/2009 2:35:38 AM   
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Thx so much to Empire for having the BIG interview with Russell Crowe. It's very entertaining and great to know that the man seems relaxed and happy these days. Marriage life suits him so well. A brilliant actor and consummate professional, a loving husband, a wonderful father to his two boys, and a clever rugby-club owner. His charity works for his Aussie community has been well-known too. He's been living his life to the fullest! Hope he continues to make fine movies 'cause I'll always be there for him. Really looking forward to that Bill Hicks thing. It'll make a fine biopic. Huzzah to the fact that he'll love to play Capt. Jack Aubrey again!! Can't wait to see the violin-playing captain in action with his fine uniform, his loyal compatriot, dr. Maturin, and of course, his beloved HMS Surprise. Oh, that ex-Nottingham project sounds pretty awesome too, now that Cate Blanchett is on board to play Maid Marion. Woohooo!! Go Russ Go!!

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- 28/2/2009 10:49:44 AM   
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We can rely on Russell to be utterly ready for starting his new film in April. Archery is a beautiful sport and he hadn't had the opportunity to demonstrate it so far in his films. I fully agree with him when he states he wants to achieve the best Robin ever, that's exactly what we are looking forward to.
It will be a treat to see both outstanding stars in the leading roles, Russell will certainly be a brilliant and astute Robin, middle-ages humour will hopefully be involved ! I hope Sir Ridley will find an excellent opportunity to demonstrate with his exceptional talent,humour , imagination and poetry how awful those French villains are ! I can't wait, being French ...
Lucky Jack was so outstanding a role, is it possible to have a sequel ?
Thanks for the long article devoted to Russell.

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RE: - 28/2/2009 12:03:05 PM   
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ORIGINAL: francisca1

Thx so much to Empire for having the BIG interview with Russell Crowe. It's very entertaining and great to know that the man seems relaxed and happy these days. Marriage life suits him so well. A brilliant actor and consummate professional, a loving husband, a wonderful father to his two boys, and a clever rugby-club owner. His charity works for his Aussie community has been well-known too.


Be honest, you're Russell Crowe, aren't you?

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RE: - 28/2/2009 11:42:13 PM   
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Crowe's just gone up in my esteme, I've been saying that about Bill for years.


Well, duh. It's the reason why he's so well liked still. He certainly wasn't that funny, it was his political and social rants that made him superb. Not his dick jokes.

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- 1/3/2009 7:24:12 PM   
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He still hasn't suggested if he'll be playing Hicks yet or just producing... I hope not. Crowe is 44. Hicks was 32 when he died.

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Hicks not funny?!!!! - 2/3/2009 1:51:12 PM   
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I saw the great Bill Hicks play live twice and believe me when I say, he WAS funny. On both occasions, the whole venue was electric with laughter! His political views just added to the mix. Read 'Bill Hicks: Agent of Evolution' by Kevin Booth for the down to earth lowdown from those who knew him best. I'm not so sure we need a biopic from the studios who would have ignored Hicks whilst he was alive. It leaves a bad taste.

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RE: Hicks not funny?!!!! - 4/3/2009 3:55:44 AM   
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Russell Crowe, Cate Blanchett and Ridley Scott should be awesome. Robin Hood will be able to even talk with an English accent too (remember Costner's Californian accent in RHPOT still good though)

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RE: Hicks is fucking funny?!!!! - 4/3/2009 9:15:11 AM   
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I hope they do a good job honouring the Lergend. Crow certainly has the chops and looks to pull it off aimabily.

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