Whether or not you’re a big Russell Crowe fan, you’ve probably seen him play the fallen soldier Maximus in Ridley Scott’s sweeping Gladiator. It has been 22 years since the release of the movie, but Crowe’s portrayal earned him the Academy Award for Best Actor. It appears that Crowe is now prepared to enter the ring of combat once more. Okay, sort of. When the Australian actor visited Rome’s Colosseum, he somewhat revived his character.
The actor posed for a photo outside the historic site with a group that included his girlfriend Britney Theriot, 31, and his sons Charles, 18, and Tennyson, 16. He jokedly captioned the picture: “In honor of my favorite movie.”Taking the kids to see my old officeLater, he made fun of himself while standing inside the Colosseum: “Where am I now?”
Crowe, who is currently filming the suspenseful movie The Pope’s Exorcist in Rome, took advantage of the city’s many benefits during his visit and later received a private Vatican tour. He tweeted once more, writing: “A very special experience yesterday as a family. We had the opportunity to explore the Vatican Museum on our own. Amazing. These hallways were used by my mother and father over 20 years ago.with the tens of thousands of visitors who come here every day, making it the third most visited museum worldwide.
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