It was a family affair as the Australian actor was given his own prestigious star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame. Russell Crowe, who turned 46 this month, was surrounded by family and friends on April 12 when he was honored in Hollywood, California.
Russell and his wife Danielle Spencer, as well as their two sons Charles and Tennyson posed for photographers, while Russell’s friends cheered him on.
Comedian Jay Leno, producer Ron Howard, and actor Sam Worthington were among the celebrity friends who came to support Russell.
His newest movie, Robin Hood, is opening on May 14 in the US, but Russell is already warning fans not to expect the iconic Robin Hood tights.
“There are no tights in this film,” he told Reuters. “They weren’t invented until quite a few hundred years after when the story takes place. We start our story in 1199. Tights don’t come into play until the 1600s. I do apologize to those who will be disappointed that there are no tights.”