Russ stands his ground

“I’d move to LA if Australia and NZ were swallowed up in a huge tidal wave.” December cover feature by UK Vanity Fair finds Russell Crowe firmly rooted Down Under despite being one of Tinseltown’s major players. VF: “Thanks to a considerable amount of native talent, a lot of hard work, and a shrewd eye for material, Crowe is one of the few real actors among the select group of Hollywood stars pulling down something in the neighbourhood of $20 million a picture […] But for all his Hollywood pull, Crowe prefers to live here, the far side of the world indeed, at least as far as the movie business is concerned.” Read a transcript of the article here.


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