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Russell Crowe Plays Roger Ailes In ‘The Loudest Voice’


According to Uproxx.com, "There are two competing projects about [Fox New Chairman Roger Ailes]: Fair and Balanced, a film starring John Lithgow, Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, and Margot Robbie, and The Loudest Voice, with Russell Crowe in heavy makeup..." Critics are currently siding with Crowe's series, saying the actors portrayal is spot on. The series will premiere on June 30th.

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