Hot on the heels of 'Louie's three Emmy nominations, FX announced today that its much beloved and critically acclaimed comedy series will be returning for a thirteen episode fourth season next year. Also returning will be Russell Brand's late night talk show 'Brand X,' which will receive extensive re-tooling prior to hitting the air again.
When Madonna made her concert documentary 'Truth or Dare' in 1991, her then-boyfriend Warren Beatty was featured in a few scenes, but he didn't look all that happy to have the cameras in his face.
Now a somewhat similar situation is playing out between Katy Perry and her ex-husband Russell Brand as she prepares for the July 5th release of her own concert film, 'Part of Me.' But while Brand didn't mind being in the movie when it was shot, he's now reportedly upset that he won't have a say in how the couple's relationship will be depicted on-screen.
Russell Brand famously hooked up with Katy Perry during his 2009 stint hosting the MTV Video Music Awards. That relationship resulted in a short-lived marriage, but single ladies, take note: Brand has just been tapped to host this year's MTV Movie Awards, so maybe you'll have your shot, too.
Journey, Joan Jett, Poison, and Bon Jovi. What do these artists have in common? They're now music that middle-aged people grew up with. They're also featured in the trailer for 'Rock of Ages' the Adam Shankman-directed musical starring Malin Ackerman, Alec Baldwin, Mary J. Blige, Diego Boneta, Russell Brand, Bryan Cranston, Paul Giamatti, Julianne Hough, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and one Mr. Tom Cruise.
If this whole actor/comedian/divorcer-of-pop-stars thing doesn't work out for Russell Brand, he may have a secondary career as a baseball pitcher. Seems Brand, 36, got a little testy on Monday when a paparazzo began snapping photos of him with an iPhone, and he showed his displeasure by grabbing the device and slinging it through the window of a New Orleans law office. And now he's in hot water with the police.
FX has finally scheduled out the long-publicized debut of Charlie Sheen's 'Anger Management' project, which takes its name as a loose adaptation of the 2003 Jack Nicholson / Adam Sandler film of the same name.