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New Poster for “Noah”

Paramount has released a new poster for Noah featuring a very serious Russell Crowe. The film hits theaters March 28, 2014, and also stars stars Jennifer Connelly, Ray Winstone, Emma Watson, Anthony Hopkins and Logan Lerman. Check it out:

Russell Crowe speaks to The Advertiser on the Burra set of his Gallipoli film The Water Diviner

Russell Crowe says the Gallipoli film he is shooting in South Australia’s Mid North has proved challenging to direct but he is revelling in the great people and locations within our state.
The Oscar-winning actor told The Advertiser today he was enjoying his time in the Mid-North, where he has spent the past week directing The Water Diviner.
“I love South Australia. I’ve been coming here for quite a few years now,” he said.
“The people are great, the locations amazing and filming is going really well.”
Crowe said it was the moving narrative that attracted him to the film, in which he plays a father who loses his three sons in the World War One battle of Gallipoli.
The Water Diviner is about the aftermath of war, it follows the story of a guy called Joshua Connor who has three robust, loving sons and as was expected of them at the time, they all join up (to fight),” Crowe said.
“Three of them are shot on the same day in Gallipoli. It sets off a series of other negative events in his life, he ends up going to Turkey to try and retrieve his three sons.
“It’s intrinsically and iconically Australian, it’s a wonderful story from that perspective.”
Crowe said he was managing to juggle his acting and directing duties well.
“I’ve had lots of roles come my way in terms of people wanting me to direct, probably for 10 or 15 years but not as challenging as this one,” he said.
“It’s a natural thing for me (to choose this project), in terms of the narrative. In all my choices, there’s a common denominator with my films, there’s always a good story behind them.”
Crowe said he planned to be in SA for five weeks.
“Then we’re shooting in Turkey, in Istanbul, then down to the southern coast of Turkey,” he said.
“The narrative is actually set in north-western Victoria, but around here you find a lot of similar colours and closer infrastructure.”
Crowe, dressed in a black suit and hat in hot conditions, filmed one continuous take, where he solemnly rode up and down a dusty track at Peet Hill, near Eudunda, about 100km from Adelaide, which lasted more than 20 minutes.
Several crew members, watching the action unfold on nearby monitors, commented on the length of the shot and said it was among the longest they had worked on.
The shoot took place in front of a picturesque church, which was used for later action.
Fellow Australian actor Damian de Montemas was also on set, dressed in Outback attire – beige pants, brown boots, a white shirt and an akubra hat.
Crowe has been a familiar sight in the nearby Mid-North town of Burra.
Several locals told The Advertiser they had spotted Crowe on a bicycle cycling from Burra to the sets of the Gallipoli film at World’s End, about 25km away .
He even did so during last week’s heatwave, where the temperature regularly topped 40C.
Cook O Burra cafe owner Jenetta Sosa said she had served Crowe and crew members coffee on several occasions.
“My son told me who he (Crowe) was and I just couldn’t believe it,” Ms Sosa said.
“It’s definitely created a buzz around town, it’s usually pretty quiet this time of the year.”
It is believed Crowe is staying in a private residence.
Scenes were also shot at Unicorn Brewery Cellars in the heart of Burra.
On Saturday Crowe filmed another scene on horseback before dining at Italian restaurant La Pecora Nera.
Other SA filming locations for Crowe’s directorial debut, in which he plays a father searching for his missing sons in the wake of the Gallipoli campaign, are believed to include Port Augusta, Quorn and Adelaide before cast and crew move on to Turkey.
Some crew are already staying in Port Augusta and more are expected to arrive in the Spencer Gulf city later this week.
Burra is no stranger to film sets – parts of the horror flick Wolf Creek 2 were also filmed there.


Crowe brings a touch of Hollywood to sleepy Eudunda for his directorial debut

Russell Crowe has walked the world’s red carpets as one of our top actors but he looked like an ordinary bloke on a horse when he stopped by the sleepy South Australian town of Eudunda yesterday.
The Oscar winner brought a touch of Hollywood to the town, population 600, as he shot his directorial debut film The Water Diviner, a drama about an Australian man who travels to Turkey after the Gallipoli campaign to find his missing sons.
Crowe, dressed in black suit and hat, endured hot conditions as he rode a horse up and down a dusty track at Australia Plains, about 100km from Adelaide.
Fellow Australian actor Damian de Montemas was also on set, dressed in Outback attire – beige pants, brown boots, white shirt and Akubra.
The cast and crew have been giving the region’s pubs, cafes and restaurants a solid workout and locals have been Crowe-spotting, with sightings of him in nearby Burra, cycling from the town to the sets at World’s End about 25km away.
Other South Australian locations for Crowe’s directorial debut are believed to include Port Augusta, Quorn and Adelaide. The cast and crew will then move on to Turkey to shoot the Gallipoli side of the movie.