The actor Russell Crowe, famous for his role in “Robin Hood,” recently revealed in an interview with People that he had suffered a serious injury while filming the movie almost 15 years ago. Crowe, who portrayed Robin Hood, fractured both his legs while performing a stunt where he jumped off a castle gate onto uneven ground. Despite the injury, he continued to struggle through the scene since the epic battle sequence was already in full swing. Crowe mentioned that he had trouble walking over the final month of shooting for the action-adventure film, although he didn’t take a day off. It wasn’t until a decade later that he discovered the residual damage in his shin bones and attributed his recovery to a year off he took between finishing “Robin Hood” and training for “Man of Steel.” Russell Crowe’s new movie “Land of Bad” was recently released, and fans hope he’s able to continue his successful career without encountering any further injuries.

Summery :

– Russell Crowe injured both of his legs while filming “Robin Hood” 15 years ago
– He jumped off a castle gate onto uneven ground without a crash pad
– He experienced pain and struggled to walk for the final month of filming
– Years later, X-rays revealed residual damage in his shin bones
– Crowe took a year off between finishing “Robin Hood” and training for “Man of Steel” which allowed his legs to naturally heal
– Russell Crowe’s new movie “Land of Bad” has been recently released

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