Russell Brand is famous -- make that infamous -- for his cheeky humor. But not all of his jokes go over well (and not just the ones about Katy Perry).
That was especially true at the GQ Men of the Year Awards in London on Tuesday (Sept. 3), when his commentary got him kicked out. What happened?
Not understanding how jokes work, pop singer Katy Perry is none too happy about comedian and ex-husband Russell Brand making jokes about her and their former marriage. Even though, you know, that's how comedy works.
And we have a feeling she won't like his most recent quip.
The first trailer for 'Paradise,' the directorial debut from writer Diablo Cody ('Juno,' 'Young Adult'), has landed online just days after the announcement that the film will have its premiere on VOD via DirecTV on August 8. The film stars Julianne Hough as Lamb, a young, conservative Christian woman who is badly scarred in a plane crash, loses her faith, and runs off to Las Vegas with her insuran
Russell Brand is still busy promoting his 'Messiah Complex' comedy tour, and this time around he talked to the UK paper the Mirror, which allowed him to tell amusing anecdotes (rather than belittling him).
To wit: There was that time he tried to mack on Mila Kunis, but all she wanted to talk about was then-boyfriend Macaulay Culkin.
Katy Perry makes her debut as a Vogue cover girl in July, playing a high-fashion siren/farmer's daughter (we think). But in the accompanying interview, she talks about the loves of her life: ex-husband Russell Brand and on-and-off boyfriend John Mayer.
Actor and comedian Russell Brand went on MSNBC's 'Morning Joe' to promote his new world tour 'Messiah Complex' -- but instead of getting to discuss the intelligent and insightful purpose of his controversial comedy show, he ended up being repeatedly disrespected.
And if you think he took that lying down, well, you don't know Russell Brand.
Amid a host of new developments announced at FX today, including company promotions and its first original animated series, 'Chozen,' to premiere on spinoff network FXX, the company announced that comedian Russell Brand's late-night talk show, 'Brand X with Russell Brand,' would no longer move forward. The cable network will keep in business with the comedian, however, developing an original scrip
We would like to thank David Tennant for proving to us that if you outfit an actor with long dark hair, eyeliner, an unbuttoned shirt and facial hair, he will immediately become Russell Brand. Which is exactly what happened when the Scottish thesp donned this look for his role in the 2011 'Fright Night' remake.
Oh, we're sorry, did you forget that existed? You'll just have to suffer like the rest