Posts Tagged ‘Russell Brand’

Eight Clips from ‘Get Him to the Greek’

— by JESSIKA OWENS — Russell Brand and Jonah Hill seem like an odd duo to hit the big screen, but that’s part of the fun. After watching some clips for “Get Him to the Greek,” I must say it seems down right hysterical. Hill, who plays Aaron Green, has a brilliant way of[...]

First Look: ‘Hop’

— by TIERNEY BUTLER — Now, some people may consider a movie about the Easter Bunny to be a movie geared towards children, but as soon as I took a peek at the cast of the new film “Hop,” I about hopped with joy. Russell Brand, ladies and gentlemen, is going to be playing[...]

Here’s How You Can Get to ‘The Greek’

— by AMANDA KOEHLER — Russell Brand is back as his hilarious character from “Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” Aldous Snow, the lead singer of the band Infant Sorrow. In the new movie “Get Him To The Greek,” Jonah Hill plays Aaron Green (a different character than his p[...]

Poster Peek: ‘Despicable Me’

— by JOSUE SANCHEZ — I am so glad this movie has been brought to my attention, and I’m just as shocked that it slipped past my radar. I am talking about “Despicable Me.” As soon as it was mentioned it to me, I went into a search rampage. I saw the trailer, read all […][...]

Poster Peek: ‘Get Him to the Greek’

— by ROB COX — “Get Him to the Greek” is an upcoming comedy starring Jonah Hill and British comedian Russell Brand. Brand may be most familiar to American audiences for his role in 2008’s “Forgetting Sarah Marshall.” In “Get Him to the Greek,” Brand reprises his role[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Get Him to the Greek’

— by CAM SMITH — 2008’s “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” was one of the most lovable and hilarious romantic comedies in recent memory — a side-splitting immature raunch-fest that featured genuine insight into the daunting hurdles of adult romantic relationships. While so many[...]

Trailer Talk: ‘Despicable Me’

— by CAM SMITH — I’m somewhat surprised that, considering the plethora of ridiculous properties being adapted for the screen — “Monopoly,” “Candyland,” “View-Master,” to name a few — no one has bothered to snatch up the rights for Mad Magazine’s “Spy Vs. Spy[...]