Before Hugh Jackman landed the part more than a decade ago, director Bryan Singer had another Australian star in mind for Wolverine.
Russell Crowe steals the spotlight in the latest clip from Man of Steel. As Superman's dutiful father, he makes a life-altering choice that will weigh on his son forever.
Go ahead and gaze upon this awesome triumvirate of Kryptonians: Kal-El, Jor-El and General Zod.
There’s been a nasty rumor going around that Man of Steel would make a massive change to the Superman mythos.
We already knew that Zack Snyder's Man of Steel was going to be a very different take on the classic Superman mythos, and now the new Jor-El is here to explain what to expect.
To be the most popular big screen member of the X-Men, it's crazy to think that Hugh Jackman wasn't always the first choice to play Wolverine. So who do we have to thank for getting him the gig? Russell Crowe.
Russell Crowe may have passed on RoboCop, but Dracula might have a shot. The Oscar-winning actor has his eye on a new film called Harker, which is a retelling of the vampire novel.
Russell Crowe has weighed in at last on all those rumors about him starring in the upcoming remake of RoboCop.
Russell Crowe is getting mighty busy building himself some awesome sci-fi street cred these days. Not only will we soon see him as Superman's Kryptonian dad Jor-El in Zack Snyder's Man of Steel (2013), but he's now also being touted as director Darren Aronofsky's choice for the titular Noah and, most importantly, as a certain robotic cop from the 80s. A Robo. Cop.
The acclaimed fantasy novel Winter's Tale may finally be reaching the screen, and if so, author Mark Helprin has two big name actors to thank for it.