Russell Crowe and Tennyson, 7, were seen walking from a park in Sydney, Australia on Sunday (August 25). Charlie, 9, wasn’t with them.
The Man of Steel star has been honored with his own Lego character. The 49-year-old actor told the Herald Sun that it ranks up there with getting an Oscar. He stated, “It’s definitely on parity. My youngest son’s greatest joy in life is Lego mini-figures. So for me to present him with a Lego mini-figure of me was pretty cool.”
Crowe will make his directorial debut with The Water Diviner – a movie about an Australian father’s search for his two sons after the First World War battle of Gallipoli. He plays the lead role.
He said of the story, “It was a love at first page experience. There is a perspective in this movie that hasn’t been seen cinematically before and it’s deeply rooted in Australian culture. That’s really compelling for me — that here is this thing we think we know, but we only know it from our point of view. As one of the characters in this story says: “You invaded us. We didn’t invade you.” We have this whole culture grown up of heroism, centred around Gallipoli. And this experience has shaped Australia, shaped New Zealand. But we have never stood back to look at it from the Turkish perspective.”View Slideshow »»