Russell Crowe has made headlines several times in the past for his notorious lack of spark.
And it seems that the star born in Kiwi may have lost his temper again while filming his new film The True History of the Kelly Gang.
There have been claims on the set that a frustrated Russell, 54, lost when he discovered that the restoration had run out of rice and left. "
EXCLUSIVE: Rusty's rice crisis! Claims arise that an & # 39; angry & # 39; Russell Crowe & # 39; came out furious & # 39; after discovering that the catering had run out of food while filming The True History of the Kelly Gang in Victoria.
According to the source, the merger occurred about three weeks ago during filming in Victoria, Australia.
The source added that others working on the film were alerted about Russell's state of mind after the incident.
"A lot of the crew received text messages warning them about what happened," the source told Daily Mail Australia.
"They were told that Russell was really angry because there was no more rice."
"They were told that Russell was really angry because there was no more rice": the source also stated that the crew were sent text messages warning them of Russell's state of mind after the incident (Pictured: Russell May 2016)
This is not the first time that Russell has been accused of losing his temper.
In one of his most infamous incidents, the Cinderella Man star allegedly threw a phone at a hotel worker in New York in 2005 after failing to make a successful call to Australia.
In 2014, Russell defended the alleged assault during an interview with Channel Seven on Sunday night, stating: "I never touched him, pal. He never touched it, he never touched it with a finger. "
What a transformation! For his new role, Russell seems to be light years away from his famous gladiator days (Pictured: Russell in the 2000 movie Gladiator and just in June 2018).
Meanwhile, Russell's latest film, The True History of the Kelly Gang, sees the actor walk away from his Gladiator days, sporting a gray, bushy beard and a fuller figure for the role.
In the film, Russell portrays Bush Power, who was once assisted by a teenager Ned Kelly.
While a release date has not been set for The True History of the Kelly Gang, which also stars Charlie Hunnam, Nicholas Hoult and George Mackay, it's likely to hit the big screen in 2019.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted the representatives of Russell Crowe to comment.
Cast of the Stars: Joining Russell Crowe for The True History of the Kelly Gang are George Mackay (left) and Charlie Hunnam (right)