Russell Crowe (57) has apparently resumed filming for his film “Poker Face” after a Covid 19 outbreak last year. This is reported by The Daily Telegraph. Accordingly, the recordings for the thriller in Sydney could continue. The film’s actor and director was spotted filming a scene in nearby Waverton.
Production stopped six days before the end of shooting
The recordings for “Poker Face” had to be interrupted in August 2021. Crowe shared this news on Twitter at the time: “Unfortunately, 6 days before we finished filming PokerFace, we had one confirmed positive case of COVID in our crew and a second possible positive case which is being further investigated by our PokerFace Covid team and NSWHealth. “Despite the strict conditions, the corona outbreak occurred. It is also said that production was immediately interrupted.
Crowe stars in the strip. Also part of the cast are Liam Hemsworth (32) and the American rapper RZA (Robert Fitzgerald Diggs, 52). In addition, Hemsworth’s sister-in-law and model Elsa Pataky (45), wife of Chris Hemsworth (38), will play a small role.