Australian actor Russell Crowe and star of the new supernatural horror film The Pope’s Exorcist surprised Bec & Soda with his generosity MID-INTERVIEW!
What was a quest to get Russell to say “I’ve got my hands on Bec & Soda’s Buns” turned into an emotional donation that had Bec in tears.
Amongst nervous laughs from breakfast co-host Rebecca ‘Bec’ Morse, Russell probed further into KickStart For Kids asking what the end goal was.
“This just sounds like a fantastic thing, and I’m happy to help out,” Russell Crowe said.
In early March, Bec & Soda pitched a BUN-believable idea to KickStart For Kids CEO Ian Steele to raise the money through hot-cross bun sales.
“The van will be used to distribute all these breakfasts for the needy kids,” Soda said.
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Russell Crowe joined Hit Network’s Bec & Soda to talk about The Pope’s Exorcist, where he shared his thoughts with Bec about the horror movie genre.
“I think there are a lot of other elements in this which take it beyond being just a horror movie,” Russell said.
“There’s elements of the Da Vinci Code, there’s a little touch of Indiana Jones, but there’s also a lot of laughs.”
Inspired by the actual files of Father Gabriele Amorth, Chief Exorcist of the Vatican–The Pope’s Exorcist follows Amorth as he investigates a young boy’s terrifying possession.
Amorth ends up uncovering a centuries-old conspiracy the Vatican has desperately tried to keep hidden.
The Pope’s Exorcist is in cinemas April 6.
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