British comedian Russell Brand—who is generally quite obnoxious and rude himself—got rudely mistreated by the hosts of MSNBC's Morning Joe yesterday during an interview about his new American comedy tour. By the middle of it he had enough of their unpleasant manners and turned the tables. Worth watching.
Watch as a Russell Brand-voiced Easter Bunny leaves his holiday duties behind and bounces his way to Hollywood looking for fame and glory, in the new trailer for the live-action film Hop. Did you know the Easter Bunny craps jelly beans? Also, he's kind of a perv.
If your mansion house needs haunting, just call Russell Brand! Warner Brothers and Brand are taking on the British kiddie series about renting spirits from the netherworld, RentaGhost, and rebooting it for American cinema.
We love it when Hollywood remakes a Shakespeare classic — sans teeny-bopper trappings. We're especially tickled by The Tempest's decision to gender-swap the magical "Prospera," so Helen Mirren could be cast. Check out a collection of new Tempest stills.
We never thought we'd see Russell Brand in a Shakespeare film, and yet here he is in the first ever trailer for Julie" Across The Universe" Taymor's gender-flopped Tempest translation. Watch Helen Mirren, as Prospera, summon the elements of magic!
Fresh off his... controversial appearance at this weekend's MTV Video Music Awards, British comedian Russell Brand has admitted that he's set his sights much higher than making jokes about the Jonas Brothers or pretending that he is in any way interested in Britney Spears: he wants to be the new Doctor Who. If ever…