Russell's sons not happy with film
Russell Crowe has revealed how his two sons weren't too impressed with his latest adventure, Robin Hood.
The 46-year-old, who plays the heroic outlaw, took his kids - six-year-old Charlie and three-year-old Tennyson - to a preview screening of Ridley Scott's epic film, only for them to get bored within minutes.
He told Access Hollywood: "They were so excited, and they got to the screening room and were going crazy - five minutes into the film, my oldest boy, Charlie, is like, 'Oh Dad, can we go home now?' and my little one keeps calling out, 'Dad, when are you going to get a horse?'"
Russell - whose co-stars include Cate Blanchett as Maid Marian and Mark Strong as Sir Godfrey - added: "After an amount of time, I got the horse, and my little one goes, 'Oh good, Dad, you got the horse. Can we go home now? I just take it as one of those humbling moments you deal with all the time as a parent."
:: Robin Hood will be released on May 14.