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Russell Crowe Made Another Exorcism Movie (But It’s Not What You Think)

“The Exorcism” seems to have a completely different tone than the pulpy “The Pope’s Exorcist.” In the new film, Crowe plays actor Anthony Miller, who is starring in a horror movie. As filming continues, Miller begins to act strangely, with his daughter (Ryan Simpkins) starting to wonder if her father has been possessed. The picture also features “Avatar” star Sam Worthington and pop sensation Chloe Bailey, who made her blockbuster debut in 2023’s remake of “The Little Mermaid.” 

In “The Pope’s Exorcist,” Crowe played a priest who works personally for the supreme pontiff on cases of alleged possession. When production on the film started, Crowe had no idea that the Pope’s exorcist was a real person, and once he learned that, it made the tale all the more compelling for the actor. It’ll be interesting to see how Crowe’s new release fares, both critically and commercially, and if it can hold a candle to last year’s fan-favorite. Although “The Exorcism” seems to be a one-and-done project, “The Pope’s Exorcist” director Julius Avery has joked that he hoped to make 199 sequels to his film, which means Crowe might not be done with the horror genre just yet. 

While a sequel to “The Pope’s Exorcist” has been announced, there’s no word yet on when it will arrive in cinemas. Fans hoping to get their next scary Crowe fix will just have to wait for “The Exorcism,” which hits theaters on June 7. 

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