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Belated "Birthday present"...

For all of the Russell Crowe fans on my flist. I wanted to have this up yesterday in honor of Russell's birthday, but alas, I am late.

Title : Fabulous
Music : The song is "Hot" by Avril Lavigne.
Fandom : Russell Crowe tribute
Summary : Montage from almost all of his films.
Links : Youtube | Megavideo| Filefront
Notes: Enjoy, ladies!



Today is Russell's birthday (and wedding anniversary).

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Sunday Times Robin Hood article

From The Sunday Times
April 4, 2010

Behind the scenes of a brand new Robin Hood

After winning an Oscar for Gladiator, Russell Crowe and Ridley Scott have teamed up for another exciting historical epic

Will Lawrence

"In this our spacious isle,” wrote Michael Drayton back in 1613, “I think there is not one but he hath heard some talk of Hood and Little John.” Even now, some four centuries later, those words still ring true; Robin Hood’s adventures in the forests of England stand among the nation’s best-loved legends, in spite of the fact that, unlike the tales of other great heroes recounted in the vernacular — from Beowulf through to the knights of Arthur’s court — Robin has a sketchy literary heritage. With Arthur, many have heard his story, if not from the 12th century romancers, then certainly through Malory, Tennyson or TH White; but who has read the 14th- and 15th-century ballads such as A Gest of Robyn Hode, or Robin Hood and the Monk, or Robin Hood and the Potter? Not many. Even Sir Walter Scott’s Ivanhoe only casts Robin as a supporting player.

And yet Robin’s legend lives on, ingrained in our national psyche, his tale spread all over the globe courtesy of his numerable outings on both the big screen and the small. Robin is a darling of the film-maker’s medium, featuring in no fewer than 40 different films and television serials, stretching back almost a century to Theodore Martson’s 1913 silent movie Robin Hood. He is persistent, too, returning for yet another adventure next month, as Gladiator duo Russell Crowe and director Sir Ridley Scott gallop from Rome to Nottingham, trading the hard-packed sand of the Colosseum for the rain-soaked sod of the greenwood.

“Robin Hood is something that’s been in the back of my mind since I was a little kid,” begins Crowe. “I was a big fan of the various TV shows and films that I saw as a child, with Errol Flynn and Richard Greene on TV, and the core of the story — robbing from the rich to give to the poor — I think that’s a universal connection that everyone makes with Robin Hood, the fact that there’s somebody out there that cares enough to try and redress the balance. I don’t covet roles — I don’t have that ‘Oh, one day I’m going to do my Hamlet’ kind of bullshit — but now, cut to however many decades later, this feels bigger than Ben Hur.”

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Tenderness screen caps

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Tenderness will finally be released in the US on DVD on April 13.

Breaking Up Drabble--The Perfect High

Title: The Perfect High
Chapter Title: Standalone
Author: Lionchilde
Summary: Just a drabble. Steve's POV.
Rating: PG-13
Genre: Angst
Pairings/Characters: Steve/Monica, post-movie.
A/N: I couldn't get this out of my head. I'm hoping it will make the Breaking Up muse go away until I can finish the SW story I'm trying to write. (Yeah, sure youbetcha!) Also, no, the Central Park scene didn't happen in the movie. It's only in my head, though it will probably be a flashback in my eventual fic project Getting (It) Together.

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A Star is Born update (no Beyonce)

Russell Crowe in Negotiations for A Star is Born Remake
Friday April 2, 2010

On the black carpet at the LA premiere of Warner Bros Pictures' Clash of the Titans, producer Basil Iwanyk [pictured] confirmed things are moving forward on another remake of A Star is Born. The original 1937 film won a best original screenplay Oscar for writers William A. Wellman and Robert Carson. The 1954 incarnation with Judy Garland and James Mason also earned some love from the Academy, garnering six nominations including nods in the Best Actor and Best Actress categories. And the 1976 version with Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson also found Oscar glory, picking upthe Best Original Song Academy Award and earning nominations in three other categories. This new A Star is Born has some big shoes to fill, to say the least.

Iwanyk revealed Warner Bros is moving ahead with A Star is Born and is in negotiations with Russell Crowe to take on a starring role. Iwanyk also confirmed Nick Cassavetes, director of The Notebook, will helm the project, and shooting will begin this fall. However, Iwanyk said it'll be going into production without Beyonce in the lead, as had been rumored.

"We wanted Beyonce, she wanted to do it, but it was hard to figure out her dates and her deal," Iwanyk told me on the black carpet at the Clash of the Titans premiere. "She just came off of a huge world tour and Warners wants to have the movie for next summer, and so we just couldn't work out."



Walk of Fame

Russell will be getting his star on the Walk of Fame on April, 12 at 11:30 am. The location will be at 6801 Hollywood Blvd. near the Kodak Theater.


Robin Hood to screen at Cannes

Mar. 25, 2010, 9:10pm PT

Crowe, Blanchett starrer to be presented out of competition

Robin Hood screens at the Opening of the 63rd Festival de Cannes.

Robin Hood, the epic blockbuster by British director Ridley Scott, starring Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett (and Max Von Sydow, Lea Seydoux, William Hurt), is to be screened at the Opening of the 63rd Festival de Cannes on Wednesday May 12, 2010. The film will be presented out of competition.

Produced by Universal Studios, the screenplay was penned by Brian Helgeland (L.A Confidential, Mystic River) and portrays the birth of the Robin Hood legend. To star, Ridley Scott chose Russell Crowe for a role previously brought to the screen by Errol Flynn, Sean Connery and Kevin Costner.

Ridley Scott was in the Official selection at the Festival de Cannes with The Duellists, a prize winner in 1977, then with Thelma and Louise, presented out of competition in 1991.

Robin Hood will be released in theatres in France the day of its presentation at Cannes, and released worldwide on May 14.

The Festival de Cannes is to take place from Wednesday May 12 to Sunday May 23.


And here is the Italian poster...

New vids- Breaking Up

Title : I Need You Now
Music : The song is "I Need You Now" by Lady Antebellum.
Fandom : Breaking Up
Summary :Steve and Monica swear that they are breaking up. Really. But they can't seem to stop needing each other.
Links : Youtube | Megaupload| Filefront
Notes: Download is available at either the filefront link or the Megaupload one. For some reason, Youtube published this one but Megavideo wouldn't. Go figure.

Title : Favorite Year
Music : The song is "Favorite Year" by The Dixie Chicks
Fandom : Breaking Up
Summary : No matter how much time has passed, Steve and Monica still look back and wonder...
Links : Megavideo| Youtube| Filefront | Megaupload
Notes: Download is available at either the filefront link or the Megaupload one. If you want to stream it, the video quality is better on MV.


Rumored Gladiator Re-release

Blu-ray News: Rumored Gladiator Re-release
By Travis Leamons - February 10, 2010

Consider this a rumor at this point, but The Digital Bits, quoting industry sources, is reporting that Paramount and Universal will be re-issuing Gladiator on Blu-ray later this year, either around the time of the theatrical release of Ridley Scott’s Robin Hood or his bow on home video. (My money is on home video with retailers offering bundle discounts if purchased on the same receipt.)

The news is sure to infuriate those who have already purchased Gladiator on Blu-ray last fall, when it was a big seller on or around Black Friday, retailing for as low as ten dollars. But when the disc came out, reviews rated the video quality of the theatrical version as low, while the extended cut of Gladiator scored above average.

The new release will have a brand-new 1080p transfer that was completed just a few months ago. The Digital Bits’ Bill Hunt says the transfer was done “after Paramount and Universal realized how bad the first one was done.” Now did the studios know how bad the video transfer was before or after the reviews started trickling in? If it was before, and it went unpublicized, then the studios should institute some kind exchange program when the re-released version comes out. So far there is no word on if an exchange program will happen.

This incident is the just latest in quality control issues that plagued the releases of Martin Scorsese’s Gangs of New York, which was just re-released on Blu-ray with a new video transfer, and Goodfellas. The latter film celebrates its 20th anniversary this year and Warner Bros. will release it in a Digibook package. However, the disc is the same one that came out in 2007. It still has the same video inconsistencies and substandard audio soundtrack, which is no better than the DVD release.


This is good news for me since I didn't bother getting the blu-ray after I read how bad the transfer was.


A Star is Born remake

By Philippa Bourke Feb 10, 2010, 6:15 GMT

The buzzing rumour that Beyonce will pair with Russell Crowe for a remake of A Star Is Born got some southern wind yesterday.

Crowe's manager at the rugby league club he co-owns all but confirmed the part was in the offing. The Daily Telegraph in Sydney reports the 45-year-old star's manager at the South Sydney 'Rabbitohs' club said: 'His biggest priority will be a publicity tour to launch Robin Hood which is going to be one of the biggest movies of the year. The [A Star Is Born] opportunity has come up. It is a great opportunity but there needs to be a lot more time, thought and discussion before anything is confirmed.'

Beyonce is reported to have been waiting for the chance to play the protege part in the film made famous by Barbra Streisand.

The movie is buzzed to feature a down and out on his luck Crowe and will draw on the likes of Rihanna and Alicia Keys and likely be directed by Nick Cassavetes, the newspaper said.




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Robin Hood trailer

Finally, the first trailer for Robin Hood has come out!

It's supposedly going to run before Avatar in theaters.
October 14, 2009

PITTSBURGH -- Russell Crowe is no stranger to performing his own stunts, but the "Gladiator" star was involved in his own real-life fender-bender Wednesday afternoon.

Actor Russell Crowe was filming a scene for 'The Next Three Days' when a van he was riding in was clipped by a Pittsburgh fire truck.

Watch Jon Greiner's Report

WTAE Channel 4's Jon Greiner reported that Crowe, in Pittsburgh filming "The Next Three Days," was in a van shooting a scene for the film when it was clipped by a Pittsburgh fire truck.

The fire truck was pulling out of the Deutschtown Fire Station at about 2 p.m. when it clipped and knocked the front end off a van parked in the street.

Crowe and his co-star, Elizabeth Banks, both emerged from the van unscathed. No one was injured in the accident. A worker at a local bar said everyone was laughing about it, and that Crowe waved back at her when she waved at him.

Greiner said one firefighter called the incident rather embarrassing.

"The Next Three Days" is being directed by Paul Haggis ("Crash") and also stars Liam Neeson ("Schindler's List," "Star Wars") and Olivia Wilde ("House").

Adapted from a French thriller, the movie's plot has Crowe playing a college professor who tries to free his wife from jail for a murder that she swears she didn’t commit.

Crowe shot scenes of the film on the Duquesne University campus on Monday, where he also interacted with a crowd and signed autographs for students.

Movie scenes have been shot in the Allegheny County Jail's lobby and visiting area and on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.


Oct. 12th, 2009

All the ET coverage of Robin Hood that aired today can be downloaded from the Constant Crowe site...


Still no actual trailer as far as I can tell.

ET clip with Russell and Tennyson

ETonline has an on-set interview with Russel that also features a lot of adorable little Tennyson. We even get to hear him speak.

The Robin Hood trailer should be out today as well as some more bits from ET.

Russell on set

Russell on set with fake injuries.

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Robin Hood on ET

On Monday, ET will have a piece on Robin Hood ...

Video of filming at Allegheny County Jail

A local news crew went out to observe a location shoot on Thursday.
Couldn't find a way to embed it, but this should take you to the page with the video.


Liam Neeson joins The Next Three Days

Liam Neeson has joined "The Next Three Days," the Paul Haggis-directed thriller for Lionsgate.

Pic started shooting Friday, with Russell Crowe playing a teacher whose wife (Elizabeth Banks) is arrested for a gruesome murder she says she didn't commit. Neeson plays an ex-con and expert on prison escapes who becomes involved in her husband's effort to break her out of jail.

Brian Dennehy, Lennie James, Olivia Wilde, Aisha Hinds ("True Blood"), Daniel Stern and RZA co-star in Haggis' first film for Lionsgate since "Crash." Haggis wrote the script based on the 2008 French film "Pour Elle."

Haggis and Michael Nozik produce through Highway 61 Films alongside Marc Missonnier and Olivier Delbosc of Fidelite Films.

Pic is shooting in Pittsburgh and wraps Dec. 12.

Neeson is currently filming director Joe Carnahan's "The A-Team," starring as Hannibal Smith.

Source: Variety

Set Pics from The Next Three Days

Filming has already started on Next Three Days in Pittsburg and some pics have turned up..

Mickey is once again doing wardrobe.

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Casting news for Next Three Days

Trio pencil in 'Three Days'
Ty Simpkins, RZA and Brian Dennehy join Haggis pic

By Jay A. Fernandez

Sept 23, 2009, 11:00 PM ET

Eight-year-old actor Ty Simpkins has signed on to endure "The Next Three Days" with writer-director Paul Haggis. Recording artist RZA has also been cast in the thriller, and Tony winner Brian Dennehy is in negotiations to co-star.

Filming is scheduled to begin in Pittsburgh next week on Lionsgate's remake of writer-director Fred Cavaye's 2008 French thriller "Pour Elle." Russell Crowe and Elizabeth Banks have been cast as the lead couple, whose marriage is tested when she is imprisoned for a murder she claims she didn't commit.

Simpkins will play the couple's son; Dennehy would come on as the father of Crowe's character.

Haggis, his Highway 61 Films partner Michael Nozik and Fidelite's Marc Missonnier and Olivier Delbosc are producing.

The ICM-repped Simpkins appeared on the soaps "One Life to Live" and "Guiding Light." He's also had roles in the features "Little Children," "Pride & Glory" and "Revolutionary Road."

The ICM-repped RZA has appeared in the features "American Gangster" and "Derailed." A member of the Wu-Tang Clan, RZA has also scored music for several films.

Dennehy, repped by ICM and manager Susan Smith, just signed on to direct the indie drama "Redemption," which he also co-wrote. He has appeared in the films "Tommy Boy," "Presumed Innocent" and "First Blood."


On The Road Again

Russell Crowe is on the road again

Busy boy ... Russell Crowe and friends in Beverly Hills

RUSSELL CROWE flew out of Sydney on Monday bound for the US to start work on his latest film The Next Three Days.

Barely a month after returning home and being reunited with his family in the wake of finishing Ridley Scott film Robin Hood, Crowe was on the road again to keep up with a hectic film career.

He and his PA, Texan Keith Rodger, flew to LA and were seen in Beverly Hills yesterday, en route to Pittsburgh where Crowe will start production on the film which will be directed by Paul Haggis.

When last we caught up with Crowe he was not looking forward to the separation from his family, young sons Charlie, Tennyson and wife Danielle, nor the cold Pittsburgh temperatures.

Crowe stars as a husband whose life is turned upside down when his wife is accused of murder.

Crowe and his crew, on the move in Beverly Hills yesterday, were barely recognised in non-Rabbitohs gear when our photographer spotted them. The star was meeting with film executives in LA.

Crowe will return home for Christmas.


Sunday August 23,2009

On Sunday, August, 2, in our article Robin Hood And His Merry Hell In The Pub, we said that Russell Crowe had been banned from, amongst others, the Brickmakers pub in Windlesham, Surrey whilst staying in the area filming a new Robin Hood epic.

We have been informed that Mr Crowe has never been to the Brickmakers pub and therefore the incident never took place.

We also acknowledge that Mr Crowe has not been banned, ejected or asked to leave any pub in Windlesham, Surrey or anywhere else in the UK during the shooting of Robin Hood.

We apologize to Mr Crowe for the embarrassment and stress caused directly by our error.



Elizabeth Banks picks 'Next' project
Joins Paul Haggis suspense drama

By Jay A. Fernandez

Aug 24, 2009, 09:06 PM ET

Elizabeth Banks is in final negotiations to star in "The Next Three Days" for writer-director Paul Haggis at Lionsgate.

Banks will play the lead role of Laura, a woman who is imprisoned for a murder she claims she didn't commit, as her husband, the recently cast Russell Crowe, desperately tries to vindicate her.

The suspense drama is a remake of the 2008 French thriller "Pour Elle," which was written and directed by Fred Cavaye.

Haggis, his Highway 61 Films partner Michael Nozik and Fidelite's Marc Missonnier and Olivier Delbosc are producing. Lionsgate execs Alli Shearmur and Wolfgang Hammer are overseeing for the studio.

Filming is scheduled to begin next month.

Banks, who is repped by UTA and Untitled Entertainment, most recently starred in "Zach and Miri Make a Porno," "The Uninvited" and "W." She is currently shooting the comedy "The Details" opposite Tobey Maguire.

Banks is attached to star in and produce, through her Brownstone Prods., the comedy "Forever 21," which is in development at DreamWorks.

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Russell expected home soon

Except for some post production, filming has wrapped on Robin Hood in England. According to Alan Doyle's journal, the last day of filiming was Aug. 7.

Danielle Spencer busy for Russell Crowe's homecoming

August 12, 2009 10:00pm

DANIELLE Spencer is busy preparing for the homecoming of her hubby, Russell Crowe.

She told Confidential at the weekend that Rusty was tying up "a few things" in the UK after wrapping Ridley Scott's Robin Hood and that he will be home next week.

His boys Charlie, 5, and Tennyson, 3, are reportedly beside themselves with excitement concerning the reunion.

Crowe was yesterday spotted having coffee with crew members in Britain, where he is working on post-production.

Spencer attended the Music For Children Ball with her father Don on Saturday in a $30,000 Roberto Cavalli gown.

We were interested to note that Spencer has worn the Cavalli before, at the 2007 premiere of American Gangster in New York, so it is obviously a favourite.

Interestingly, the petite Ms Spencer seems to have filled out the gown better this week than she did two years ago.

Source: Daily Telegraph

New Robin Hood pics

These are from August 4 in Dovedale...

HOLYWOOD film star Russell Crowe has been riding through the glens of Thorpe Pastures as part of the anticipated blockbuster movie Robin Hood.

The Peak District beauty spot was hand-picked by location scouts belonging to Universal Pictures to shoot an epic battle scene for the multi-million pound film.

An entourage of make-up artists, set designers, cast and camera crew descended on the idyllic Thorpe village as well as more than 160 horses and stunt experts, which included Ashbourne stunt-performer Dominic Preece, a former Brassington School pupil who has gone on to appear in James Bond and The Dark Knight. (Article)

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Russell to star in 'Three Days'

Paul Haggis to direct Lionsgate film

Russell Crowe will star in "The Next Three Days," the adaptation of the 2008 French film "Pour Elle" that reunites Lionsgate with its "Crash" director Paul Haggis.

Crowe will play a teacher whose wife is arrested and convicted of a murder she says she did not commit. He comes up with a desperate plan to free her.

Haggis, who wrote the script, will begin production in late September in Pittsburgh.

Haggis told Daily Variety that the drama needed an actor who can thrive as an Everyman who rises when faced with an extraordinary circumstance, and Crowe was his top choice.

"We've seen him as the gladiator, but he has embodied the Everyman in so many pictures," Haggis said.

Haggis said the film explores deeper themes of faith and belief.

Said Haggis: "The deeper theme here is, would you save the woman you loved if you knew that by doing so, you would turn into a man that woman could no longer love?"

Haggis is producing with Michael Nozik through their Highway 61 Films, along with Marc Missonnier and Olivier Delbosc of Fidelite Films.

Crowe is shooting "Robin Hood," the Ridley Scott-directed drama for Universal and Imagine.

Crowe is repped by WME.


Song from Russell and Alan

From Murph's site:

Dave Kelly (of TOFOG) lost his mother yesterday. Attached is a lovely song Russell wrote for Dave in memory of his mom, Mother's Cross, sung by Alan Doyle.

Download here

Russell and Charlie

From The Sun...

The Aussie Gladiator star, 45, held five-year-old Charlie aloft after they had seen the stage version of the Pan story in London.

An onlooker said: "Charlie was really excited after coming out of the theatre.

"He was over the Moon when he had a chance to fly." Maybe, he'll never want to Crowe up...


Nasser Hussain appeared clearly surprised by his own excitement to be doing his commentary stint with Russell Crowe, Hollywood actor of films such as “Gladiator”, “A Beautiful” and “Cinderella Man”, and Crowe certainly stole the show from Shane Warne sitting beside him.
Shane Warne has been rather chirpy behind the microphone but it was Crowe who came across as a thinking commentator with some rather definitive words. Although merely a spectator at Wimbledon 2009 when he was at Centre Court during Federer’s fifteenth Grand Slam title battle with Andy Roddick, here he appeared to know what he was doing in the commentary box. He quickly took the opportunity to ask of Warne, “What happened to Australia? Their lack of ruthlessness was evident on the final day of the first Test at Cardiff. Don’t Australians usually have the clamp on the opposition’s throat?” It sounded even more ruthless coming from his deep, booming, not to mention seductive, voice.
When asked about where he was an avid cricket watcher, Crowe admitted to being a traditionalist and not someone entirely gaga over the ODIs or Twenty20’s. He stated it was the five day game that captivated him and while he could not always come down to the ground, he followed it religiously.
Crowe’s commentary stint eventually ended when bad light halted the second day’s play of the second Test of the Ashes at Lord’s. Nasser Hussain was not wrong, although it was stated it as much tongue in cheek, when he stated that Crowe was certainly a better looking and interesting commentator than former England coach and witty wisecrack behind the mic, David Lloyd. Dare we say, he topped the presence of Queen Elizabeth II in many ways.
But Crowe had showed enough that he could just as easily slip into the role of a commentator and none of it scripted. Once again he had held his audience in awe.


Audio can be heard here.

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Another Master & Commander movie?

This is just showing up from AP News and all over the place...

Crowe considering new Master & Commander movie

By SIMON HAYDON (AP) – 2 hours ago

LONDON — Russell Crowe is in the early stages of negotiations to reprise the role of Jack Aubrey as a British sea captain in a new movie version from the Master & Commander series of novels.

Crowe told The Associated Press on Friday that a script based mostly on the eleventh novel of Patrick O'Brian's 20-novel series, The Reverse of the Medal, had been written, but that discussions were at a very early stage.

"There's still a long way to go," the New Zealand-born actor told AP at a cricket match between England and Australia in London. He said talks had been taking place with the owner of the rights to the novels.

The 44-year-old Crowe, who won a best actor Oscar for his starring role in Gladiator, is a keen cricket fan. His two cousins, Jeff and Martin, are former captains of the New Zealand national team. Jeff is now a senior cricket official and is in charge of the team of officials at the England-Australia match.

The AubreyMaturin novels consists of 20 books and one partly written before his death in 2000 by O'Brian, all set during the Napoleonic Wars.

The 2003 movie Master and Commander took material from several of the novels. The Reverse of the Medal, published in 1986, sees Aubrey in the Caribbean in his ship HMS Surprise, where he meets his illegitimate son Samuel Panda, a Catholic priest born from an illicit liaison.

Crowe gave no indication of when filming could start but said it was one of a number of projects he is considering.

More Robin Hood Pics

Some new pics of Russell from a battle scene filmed at the beach...

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Videos of filming in Wales

Very nice. Russell can be seen on horse in one of them...

Russell to finally get his star

Russell Crowe on Hollywood Walk of Fame

From correspondents in Los Angeles

June 18, 2009 01:57pm

RUSSELL Crowe has earned a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has revealed its honorees for 2010 and Crowe's name was on a list of 28 entertainers.

A date for the New Zealand-born Oscar winner's ceremony, where a star will be placed on Hollywood Boulevard, is yet to be scheduled, but it will occur during 2010.

Other celebrities set to cement a place in Hollywood history in 2010 are director James Cameron, actors John Cusack, Colin Firth, Adam Sandler, Emma Thompson and Mark Wahlberg, and musicians Bryan Adams, The Funk Brothers, Chaka Khan, Van Morrison, Ringo Starr, the band ZZ Top and Roy Orbison.

The Chamber of Commerce selected just 28 names from more than 200 nominations.

Australians who recently received the honour include Nicole Kidman and Cate Blanchett.

Earlier this year Hugh Jackman received another honour, leaving his hand prints in wet concrete outside Hollywood's Grauman Theatre.




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