Russell Crowe: “I don’t do ads for suits in Spain like George Clooney or cigarettes in Japan like Harrison [Ford]. It’s kind of sacrilegious, a contradiction of the contract with your audience. DeNiro advertising American Express -- gee whiz.”
George Clooney: "I'm glad he set us straight, because Harrison, Bob and I were putting a band together called Grunting for 30 Feet, and that would also fall under the heading of 'bad use of celebrity.' Thanks for the heads up."
But even funnier was Alicia's response when I sent that to her. Her response-
Russell Crowe: “I am an actor so my job is to pretend to be someone I am not, yet for some reason people care what I say. I like to advertise beer and kangaroos to Australians, because then they give me free beer and kangaroos. Its kind of religious to me because I think I am about as intelligent as a drunk kangaroo. Please give me money now.”
George Clooney: "It's a good thing I am cute or I would be flipping burgers in Omaha."
I'll take George's crinkly, smiling puppydog brown eyes over Russell's pompousness any day!