Russell Crowe On What He Hopes To Inspire With His Portrayal Of Jor-El In MAN OF STEEL
While chatting about Les Miserables Russell Crowe talked a little bit about what he hopes to inspire in a younger audience when he plays Superman's birth father Jor-El in the upcoming Zack Snyder movie Man Of Steel.
Russell Crowe has been really busy lately, but took some time out of his work schedule to promote his latest film Les Miserables. While doing his press rounds for the film, MTV asked him about his upcoming role as Jor-El in Zack Snyder's Man Of Steel. While remaining a little coy on the subject, Crowe said that he hopes to teach people who watch the movie that the bravest thing you can do is, love.
"Well now you're putting me on the spot, and I would be the only person in the world to talk about it if I talked about it, wouldn't I? Thanks very much for that noose around my neck. How can I say this with out getting too specific? It afforded me a wonderful job to put specific thing in the minds of 14 year old boys, and that is the bravest thing that you can do, the most important thing you can do, is love."
Based on what we have seen in the teaser trailer, and the description of the comic con footage, Jor-El will have a large role in Man Of Steel. Exactly how large will remain a mystery most likely up until the movie is released next June. However, the next trailer for the movie is due out with the theatrical release of The Hobbit, and could possibly find its way online before then. For the latest on Man Of Steel keep it right here on CBM.
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