A post shared by Josh Brolin (@joshbrolin) on Jun 28, 2017 at am Pdt Brace yourselves, Cable & Deadpool fans, because Josh Brolin has shared the first peek at how he's going to look in Deadpool 2. @bcorso #mikesmithson #deadpool #ivebeencabled #cableswole @weprevail" Before we even knew that the Deadpool sequel was officially a go, the first movie's postcredits scene strongly hinted that Cable, Deadpool's buddy from the comics, » - Quinn Keaney Russell Crowe is not dating 22-year-old Sophia Forrest, who stars on the Australian TV show “Love Child,” despite a new tabloid report that was widely picked up without any fact-checking.Granted, we doubt he'll show up in the sequel with a bunch of blue goo on the right side of his face, which you can see above, but we can already visualize the scar and cybernetic eye that the character has in the comics. Face is morphing into something machine, fierce, hair sliced, arm machined, bulged," Brolin captioned the Instagram. The actor himself has shot down the fake news story that’s ties him to the daughter of a mining billionaire.It’s no secret that Keith Urban and Nicole Kidman’s marriage is hanging on by a thread, the American Idol judge and actress have been rumored to be on the verge of a divorce for months now.However, their relationship took a turn for the worse when Keith reportedly caught his wife Nicole on the phone with pal Russell Crowe telling him all about the couple’s woes.” Russell has been a pal of the family since day one, but now he is single and Keith is uncomfortable with their close bond.” Would Russell Crowe ever make a move on Keith’s wife Nicole?Tensions surfaced during intense rehearsals held in Sydney over the past three weeks, with Crowe and Kidman reported to be "dismissive" of some of the minor actors, and Crowe regularly introducing his own script changes.
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A flurry of parts followed, including a role in BMX Bandits the same year.
How she cracked Hollywood: With a higher profile, Nicole hired an American agent and made her US debut opposite Sam Neill in the 1989 thriller, Dead Calm.
Young Nicole's first love was ballet, but she eventually took up mime and drama as well - her first stage role was a bleating sheep in an elementary school Christmas pageant.
She broke into movies at the age of 16, when she landed a role in the Australian holiday favourite, Bush Christmas, in 1983.