Shame on you, People’s Choice Awards, for disinviting Brand. SHAME ON YOUR EYES!
Now that habeas corpus is toast, let’s lock these bastards up.
This would likely hurt the president’s approval ratings.
These Russell Brand quotes are witty words from the British actor and comedian. Brand has appeared in movies such as “Forgetting Sarah Marshall”, “Get Him to the Greek”, and “Tempest”….
The "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" cast features actors and actresses commonly seen in previous Judd Apatow films as they gather in this romantic comedy. While actress Kristen Bell portrays the title…
Maybe we hated them because they are handsome…
Accept your fate.
If you aren’t hot on this choice, wait until you see he the female frontrunner is.
Any movie starring actors Russell Brand and Jonah Hill is bound to be filled with its fair share of off-the-wall moments and these "Get Him to the Greek" quotes show that their…
Baldwin got a Twitter, too.
It’s hard to rhyme ‘Boneta’.
Bryan Cranston is blowing up faster and hotter than a meth lab explosion.
Russell Brand knows what a small portion of the people want.
You won’t mind watching it because of Brand and Mirren, and Gerwig is sweet, but there’s nothing memorable or hilarious.
Moviegoers have always been fascinated by wealthy characters, even if those characters happen to be total pricks.
Your little sister might be excited that Diego Gonzalez Boneta (“Pretty Little Liars,” “90210”) will officially star in ‘Rock of Ages’. See how dreamy he is?
Amy Adams wants to know what love is.
I don’t necessarily think Universal’s ‘Hop’ looks ‘Smurfs’ bad, but the Russell Brand CG toon seems like stale old mini-Snickers.
Director: Tim Hill Cast: Russell Brand, Kaley Cuoco Synopsis: The Easter Bunny is accidentally hit by a car, and it’s up to the offending driver to save Easter. Release Date:…
Here we see him riding the Batmobile, getting punched by his mom, and using magnets to stop a hot girl from having sex with him. Fneh?
Hide your tea, hide your crumpets, because Russell Brand is getting DOWNRIGHT CHEEKY all over errybody in this first trailer for the upcoming remake of ‘Arthur’.
Katy Perry shoots sparks from her breasts and Russell Brand craps jellybeans. Their children will surf on rainbows.
Is it time to see if another comedian can not only act in a not-completely-slapstick role, but also SING? Well, it’s that time for Russell Brand, who is the newest purported cast addition to ‘Rock of Ages’.
This is Brand’s second high-profile remake, with Arthur set to hit theaters next year. This gives me hope for a remake of “The Young Ones” with Brand playing the role of Rick Pratt.
There’s a new anthropomorphic, animated animal that we’re to believe is wildly outrageous due to his drum skills and choice to wear a shirt but no pants.
Get Him to the Greek is a half-wadded spitball at the entertainment industry and all things not sacred from Judd Apatow factory of funny. The return of infamous British rock star, Aldous Snow (Russell Brand) of Forgetting Sarah Marshall and newcomer music intern Aaron Green (Jonah Hill) must make it to the famous Greek Theater in 72 Hours or both their careers will be left in the dust. From traveling around London, New York, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles this odd-ball duo leave a trail of drugs, sex, and rock 'n roll behind them. It's when the comedy stops and things get serious that the movie creaks along its way to an ending that dearly holds onto whatever “Jeffery” vapors it has left.
With that being said, the DVD/ BluRay release gives us another unrated, post-theatrical look at this comedy, which according the filmmaker's commentary is a push to make comedic movies into a new coined term called “Hard Comedy,” mixing the laughs with dramatic weight.
Special features breakdown after the jump…
Who says Hollywood is out of ideas? Obviously they haven't seen this picture of Helen Mirren giving Russell Brand the old "rub & tug" on the set of Arthur. In fact, seeing a geriatric Mirren giving Brand a bathtub HJ is the most original thing I've seen in weeks, and mind you, I watch Bravo daily.
The only question is how is Hollywood going to top this? Chances are we'll see Betty White giving an "Asian massage" to the wolf-boy from Twilight sometime soon. "Team Jacob" indeed! (Cinema Blend)
We haven't seen much out of Russell Brand besides his roles as Aldous Snow or when he goes on "The View" and references Joy Behar's lady parts. We'll see what he can do with his next two projects, where he'll portray a drunken millionaire and the Easter Bunny. Now it looks like he may follow those up as a legendary swordsman in Hawkwood.
20th Century Fox has picked up the pitch that has Brand playing John Hawkwood, a real-life swashbuckler from Renaissance times. It's reported that the script will be punched up and tailored more to Brand's comedy style. So keep an eye out for a John Hawkwood who awkwardly hosts basic cable awards shows and flirts with crones twice his age. (Deadline)
The Batmobile has been spotted. That fact alone should make headlines.But what makes the matter even more interesting is the fact that the iconic car turned up on the set of the upcoming Arthur remake, starring Russel Brand. This could mean one of two things. Either the vehicle (which appears to be the model from Batman Forever) is one of several classic cars belonging to the titular character, or Batman himself dropped by the set because he's a huge fan of the Arthur franchise. Only time will tell.(Spoiler Alert: Bruce Wayne is Batman)When you think about it, Arthur Bach and Bruce Wayne are basically the same character. Both men are troubled millionaires who rely on their butlers as substitute father figures, and both are complex characters hiding behind the facade of a drunken playboy. The only real difference is that one is a deranged sociopath who spends his time ruthlessly pursuing a terrifying clown-like villain (played by Liza Minnelli), and the other is Batman. (Collider)