Russell Crowe and horses on set. How tweet it is. Look!
THE DAILY DOT (DailyDot.com) — The Daily Dot reports that Russell Crowe loves horses. We knew that. But particularly horses he makes friends with on set.
Check out this tweet. He mentions a couple of them.
In a Tuesday morning tweet, Crowe recalled that George, the horse upon which he gave his iconic Gladiator speech in the woods before battle, was also on the set of Robin Hood years later. “We would have a chat everyday [sic],” Crowe wrote.
This is absolutely true . There’s a horse George who I gave the speech in the forest in Gladiator on. Years later he was on the set of Robin Hood and we would have a chat everyday. Same with the white horse Rusty in Robin Hood we chatted again on Les Mis. Lifelong friends. https://t.co/LqUxyfAymK
Can horses act? Cutting to the chase, no not in the way humans do or even other mammals.
Example: If you want a horse to look and act scared, you need to scare him. This is the bottom line from all the horse handlers we have talked with over the years who train and take part in movies and stage productions with horses.
The Horse Fund is the most dynamic equine advocacy organization of its kind. Headquartered in the United States The Horse Fund lobbies to protect horses at home and abroad and acts as industry watchdogs.