Actor Russell Crowe, starring in the upcoming thriller "The Next Three Days," admitted to "Extra" he enjoys watching a little reality television as a date-night with his wife, Danielle Spencer.
"I watch the 'X Factor' ... We use that as our date night. I know that probably sounds pretty sad to some of you people out there," Crowe laughed, adding, "I know if I was 20 now, I'd be lining up with everybody else, trying to have a go."
Actor Russell Crowe flashed a bit of his infamous hot temper during a recent BBC radio interview, HuffingtonPost.com reports.
In Cannes to promote his new medieval action flick, "Robin Hood," Crowe first became irritated with a British reporter who asked the actor about his accent in the film, claiming it sounded Irish.
"Robin Hood" star Russell Crowe feels pretty comfortable swinging a sword or shooting an arrow -- but singing with Beyoncé?
Crowe sat down with "Extra's" Terri Seymour to talk about his new medieval actioner -- and the rumor he might be starring in a remake of "A Star Is Born" with the R&B singer.
"Extra's" Terri Seymour caught up with Russell Crowe, star of the upcoming summer film "Robin Hood," and found out a few things audiences will be surprised to know.
Crowe tells Terri that he wanted to have his new star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame as close to Marlon Brando's as possible. "I got voted down. His is way down there outside of a convenience store where I used to buy ice cream from and I wanted to be down there, but apparently, long ago, they filled up the area around him... I'm next to Anthony Hopkins... a pretty good spot and fine company."
Fun fact: the Oscar winner was a singer/songwriter back in the '80s, known as "Russ Le Roq." He recorded a song at 16 with the lyrics, "People say I'm crazy, but I don't know, just want to be Marlon, Marlon Brando."
Check out more of Terri's interview with the actor and get the scoop on "Robin Hood," in theaters May 14.
Actors Russell Crowe and Elizabeth Banks were involved in a fender-bender on Wednesday while shooting their new film, "The Next Three Days."
Pittsburgh's WTAE Channel 4 reports the stars were filming a scene for the crime drama when their vehicle was "clipped" by a fire truck.
No one was injured and a witness told WTAE "everyone was laughing" about the accident. A firefighter says the whole incident was "rather embarrassing."
Crowe's rep tells "Extra" the accident was a "non-event."