Russell Brand Poops Candy In ‘Hop’ Trailer

Katy Perry shoots sparks from her breasts and Russell Brand craps jellybeans. Their children will surf on rainbows.

I'd always felt that Russell Brand leads a charmed life and today I have confirmation that he poops candy. I knew that the director of Alvin and the Chipmunks couldn't resist a poop-eating joke. He probably laughed like a bastard while watching The Human Centipede.

In the film, Brand plays the I'd-rather-be-drumming Easter Bunny (who is British for some reason), as he embarks on his yearly mission only to be run over by James Marsden. The end.

Oops. No. I guess there's more movie after that. And David Hasselhoff. If there are two things that Tim Hill can't resist, they are poop-eating and David Hasselhoff. Which do you prefer? (Apple)


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