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  1. PG-13 'King's Speech' Hits Theaters Friday (Box Office Preview)

    5:30 pm 3/31/2011

    Movies opening wide include the CGI/live-action hybrid "Hop," starring James Marsden and featuring the voices of Russell Brand and Hugh Laurie; sci-fi thriller "Source Code," starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Michelle Monaghan; and horror movie "Insidious," with Patrick Wilson and Rose Byrne.Read more

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  2. Hop: Film Review

    12:46 pm 3/31/2011

    The Easter Bunny's son lands in Hollywood with dreams of being a drummer in director Tim Hill's animated/live-action hybrid.Read more

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  3. 'Arthur' Star Russell Brand Relates to Role of Drunken Billionaire Playboy (Video)

    10:59 pm 3/28/2011

    The actor also also praises his co-star Helen Mirren's "sexuality."Read more

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  4. Russell Brand Named CinemaCon Comedy Star of the Year

    10:23 am 3/9/2011

    He'll be presented with the award on March 31 in Las Vegas. Read more

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  5. 'Doodle Jump' Introducing New Game Level as Part of 'Hop' Tie-in Promotion

    6:00 am 2/22/2011

    Users will be able to play as E.B., the Easter Bunny's teenage son, who is the main character in the Russell Brand-James Marsden film.Read more

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  6. Russell Brand Draws Mixed Reactions From 'Saturday Night Live' Debut

    12:01 pm 2/13/2011

    The British comedic actor earns laughs and critical barbs during his hosting duties.Read more

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  7. Tom Cruise Closing Deal to Co-Star in 'Rock of Ages'

    7:26 pm 2/10/2011

    The actor will play Jaxx, who sings Bon Jovi's "Wanted Dead or Alive" in the theater production from which the film is adapted.Read more

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  8. Watch Russell Brand's 'Saturday Night Live' Preview (Video)

    3:27 pm 2/10/2011

    Russell Brand drops his English accent for his 'SNL' promo.Read more

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  9. Former Disney Exec Calls Pixar-Boycotted Annies 'Sad'

    3:04 pm 2/6/2011

    "I understand there's lot of issues, and the Animated Film Society needs to work on that," Peter Schneider tells THR.Read more

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