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Russell Crowe as John Brennan

Source: The Official Trailer for "The Next Three Days".

This photo, entitled "Russell Crowe as John Brennan", has been posted on Sunday, September 5th, 2010 in the fan-made gallery dedicated to "The Next Three Days" (cinema).

Starring Russell Crowe, Elizabeth Banks, Liam Neeson, Olivia Wilde, Brian Dennehy and Cristina Aloe, "The Next Three Days" is an Action/Thriller film written by Guillaume Lemans (screenplay "Pour elle") and Fred Cavayé (screenplay "Pour elle"), released in the USA on November 19 of 2010.

Posted by G42619 - Sunday, September 05th, 2010

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Photo of Russell Crowe (John Brennan) in "The Next Three Days"
Photo of Russell Crowe, who portrays "John Brennan", in "The Next Three Days" (2010).
(Source: The Official Trailer)

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Photo of Russell Crowe as "John Brennan" from "The Next Three Days" (2010). As specified by the submitter, this picture comes from the official trailer of "The Next Three Days".

Russell Crowe is a New Zealander actor, producer, and director.

As an actor, Russell Crowe worked on movies such as The Insider, released in 1999 in which he plays Jeffrey Wigand, Man of Steel (2013) as Jor-El, State of Play (2009) in which he portrays Cal McCaffrey, No Way Back (1995) playing FBI Agent Zack Grant, Hammers Over the Anvil (1993) portraying East Driscoll, and The Man with the Iron Fists (2012) portraying Jackknife.

More about "The Next Three Days":

"The Next Three Days" is an Action/Thriller film written by Guillaume Lemans (screenplay "Pour elle") and Fred Cavayé (screenplay "Pour elle"), released in the USA on November 19 of 2010 . Russell Crowe (John Brennan) and Elizabeth Banks (Lara) are starring, alongside Liam Neeson (Damon), Olivia Wilde (Nicole), Brian Dennehy (George Brennan) and Cristina Aloe.

As an actor, Liam Neeson has worked on movies such as Nell, released in 1994 portraying Dr. Jerome 'Jerry' Lovell, Rob Roy (1995) portraying Robert Roy MacGregor, Third Person (2013) in which he portrays Michael, Duet for One (1986) in which he plays Totter, Suspect (1987) (character: Carl Wayne Anderson), and Before and After (1996) as Ben Ryan.

As an actress, Elizabeth Banks has been seen in movies such as Lovely, Still, released in 2008 in which she plays Alex, W. (2008) as Laura Bush, Definitely, Maybe (2008), Catch Me If You Can (2002) in which she portrays Lucy, Meet Dave (2008) playing Gina Morrison, and Spider-Man 3 (2007) portraying Betty Brant.

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Part of a fan-made tribute gallery for "The Next Three Days", this image ("Russell Crowe as John Brennan") has been uploaded on Sun, 05 Sep 10 16:13:07 +0000, considering that the poster has done it in a responsible and legal manner. This poster certainly thought doing something well by sharing this picture, however, if you consider that this image has not conformed to a fair-use or is inappropriate, please report this to Theiapolis.com immediately, and we will delete it as soon as possible. Thank you for your help.

Source: The Official Trailer for "The Next Three Days".

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