Russell Crowe Uploads UFO Clip To YouTube [Video]

Russell Crowe

Russell Crowe captured what appears to be a UFO on his camera. The actor later uploaded the clip to YouTube.

Crowe had reportedly set up a time-lapse camera to capture “capture fruit bats rising from Botanic Gardens.” However, the actor found something else entirely when he reviewed the video.

According to the Telegraph, Russell Crowe captured the UFO footage outside of his office in the suburb of Woolloomooloo in Sydney, Australia. The Gladiator star said he the appearance of the alleged spacecraft was a huge surprise.

Russell Crowe quickly uploaded the clip to YouTube for all to enjoy. In order to spread the word about his find, he shared the discovery with his fans and followers on YouTube.

The Independent reports that not everyone is as excited about the UFO footage as Russell Crowe. Since the clip is only 23-seconds long and more than a little blurry, not everyone is convinced the actor captured something legitimate.

One YouTube user wrote:

“I don’t understand, if this was time lapse photography then that could just be a plane? What am I missing here?”

Other folks weren’t nearly as kind, going as far as to claim Russell Crowe was drunk when he was reviewing the footage. Since he is adamant about the find, Crowe took to Twitter to defend his UFO video.

The actor wrote:

“Canon 5D, No Flash, can’t be a lense flare because it moves, camera is fixed.”

Russell Crowe UFO

According to Sky News, not everyone was out to burst Crowe’s bubble. Some folks came to the Les Miserables star’s defense on YouTube.

One individual commented:


“Without imagination mankind would not have evolved. If it makes Russell happy, let him believe it is a UFO and not some light interference. Be kind people, be kind.”

You can find footage of the alleged UFO in the skies above Sydney, Australia below.

When the the actor isn’t capturing footage of unidentified flying objects, he often finds time to appear in movies. Next up for Crowe is Zack Synder’s Man of Steel and director Darren Aronofsky’s biblical epic Noah.

What do you think about the UFO footage Russell Crowe uploaded to YouTube?