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Sad News - Russell Crowe Will Not Reprise 'Man of Steel' Role for 'Batman vs. Superman'

Sad News - Russell Crowe Will Not Reprise 'Man of Steel' Role for 'Batman vs. Superman'

Russell Crowe takes in the sighs of the gorgeous city on Wednesday (April 2) in Paris, France.

The 49-year-old Noah star shared some sad news with his fans: he will not be reprising his Man of Steel role of Jor-El in Batman vs. Superman.

“I don’t think they’re going to use me again. I think they’re jumping onto a different stream,” Russell told Yahoo. “You know, they’re going with the different superhero worlds colliding [this time].”

Noah is currently playing in theaters, and was number one at the box office this past weekend!

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