Controversial English comedian Russell Brand chats about portraying a rock star in 'Get Him To The Greek' (now on Blu-ray/DVD) and his own vices and lifestyle. Also new on disc: CSI, Top Gear, Scrubs, Family Guy, Magic & Bird, The Cleveland Show and more.
Movie-goers first caught a glimpse of British comedian Russell Brand portraying the outrageous, out-of-this-world and larger-than-life rock star Aldous Snow in the hilarious comedy Forgetting Sarah Marshall. Russell Brand is back as Aldous Snow in the equally hysterical comedy Get Him To The Greek, but now in the leading man's role.
Written and directed by Nicholas Stoller (Forgetting Sarah Marshall) and producer Judd Apatow (Superbad, Knocked Up), Get Him To The Greek is an unpredictable laugh fest featuring top-notch performances from Jonah Hill, Rose Byrne, Elisabeth Moss and Sean 'P. Diddy’ Combs. This rockin' comedy also includes cameos from music and media stars including Aziz Ansari, Pink, Christina Aguilera, Lars Ulrich (Metallica), Pharrel, Meredith Viera, Billy Bush, Mario Lopez, Kurt F. Loder and Paul Krugman.
Russell Brand and Jonah Hill in 'Get Him To The Greek'
In this raunchy, raucous comedy sequel-of-sorts, aspiring record company exec Aaron Green (Jonah Hill) has the brilliant idea of rejuvenating the career of fading British rock star Aldous Snow (Russell Brand) with a comeback concert at the world-renowned Greek Theater in Los Angeles. Dispatched by his boss (Sean Combs) to transport the notoriously dissolute Snow from London to L.A., Aaron has just 72 hours to wrangle the out-of-control rocker across the Atlantic. The seemingly simple assignment devolves into a thicket of groupies and parties, as Snow does his anarchic best to undermine his handler at every turn and Aaron does whatever it takes to keep his unruly charge on track.
A headline-grabbing London-based, stand-up comedian, radio host, author and a favorite target of the British tabloids, Englishman Russell Brand and I sat down for a one-on-one chat after one of his stand-up performances -- just weeks after principle shooting of the film had finished -- and once again, with other members of the entertainment press in attendance, just days before Get Him To The Greek was scheduled to open in theaters across North America. The affable, funny and genuinely charming Brand talked about his experiences as an actor, resurrecting Aldous Snow, the making of Get Him To The Greek, his real-life rock buddies, his excitement over starring in the remake of Arthur (which features Helen Mirren in the role previously played by Sir John Gielgud), on remaining clean and sober, sex and his plans for worldwide comical domination.
Russell Brand as Aldous Snow in 'Get Him To The Greek'
Was one of the reasons you took the role in Get Him To The Greek was the chance for you to show off the little-seen dramatic side of your acting abilities?“Actually, no. I had assumed that the movie would be comedic throughout -- that it would be a rip-roaring, roller coaster ride of giggles, chuckles, guffaws and laughs. When I arrived on set, suddenly I was expected to do crying and shouting. Initially, I spoke to my management and said, 'Look, they're asking me to show genuine emotions. Is that in my contract?' (laughs) They then said that acting done properly encompasses a whole variety and range of emotions and by then it was too late. I'd agreed to it. So, I was forced to do it. But in retrospect, when I saw the film, I thought it was too serious. When it was going on I was thinking, 'I just wanna be saying things that are funny all the time. I don't like saying things that are not funny. But when I watched it, I think it makes me look quite cool and deep. So, thanks. That's what I was hoping for.”
Did you feel any pressure to continue portraying Aldous Snow the way you played him in Forgetting Sarah Marshall?“Well, did I feel that? No, I did not feel any pressure at all. I mean, I knew there had to be some continuity because they said that they liked that character and my relationship with Jonah (Hill) that's why this film was being made. So, had I said, 'Well, now I see him as the Frenchman.' They would have quarreled with that analysis. So, I knew, yes, there had to be some continuity, but in a way this is a very distinct and separate film. I think it's different. Like has already been observed, it has a different sort of gravitas and sort of emotional intensity to it. So, I suppose what I think is this -- you know if you're a comic actor -- I'm a comic actor, that at the beginning of your career you tend to operate from a certain sphere. Let's say Jim Carrey or whatever. It's sort of like after he'd done Ace Ventura and you see The Mask, you don't think, 'What the hell is going on?!' Woody Allen or Richard Pryor or the comic actors I like -- they tend to operate within a kind of -- certainly at first, within a recognizable strata. So, I thought, 'Stay in that strata, then get out of it.' Like say, for example, I've taken all my research from Havana and put that into the part -- that I've been sort of a socialist with a glint in his eye – a romantic proper socialist from the good old days of socialism, clashing with cops and real change, sexy Shafarevich change. People would say, 'Well, this isn't appropriate.'“
Russell Brand and Jonah Hill in 'Get Him To The Greek'
What’s your favorite scene in the film -- that you’re in?“Well, that goes without saying. You needn't add that caveat. The ones I'm not in, I usually go to sleep. In any film. This is the first time I've had to stay awake for seventy percent of one. My favorite scene in the film is…”
Vegas?“That is pretty funny, isn't it? That furry war stuff. Let's go for that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah.”
I’m not putting words in your mouth or anything am I?“Why stop at words? Yeah, that was kinky, eh? There's one bit where my bum was out. But I had to take my trousers and pants down in the show and they were shooting from behind me -- the cameraman, Casey, right? The camera's there and I pull my trouser and pants down and act like I didn't mean to pull my underpants down. It was a mistake. And I carry on acting, trying my best to do good acting and the cameraman, Case, in the middle of the scene, in this sensitive close situation went, 'Can we stop now 'cause this is horrible.' Talking about my bottom. I felt shy about it.”
Russell Brand in 'Get Him To The Greek'
Did you hang out with any rock stars to get some inspiration in playing Aldous? “I do hang out with some rock stars just because they're my friends. Noel Gallagher (Oasis), he's one. I've hung out with Pete Doherty (The Libertines) a bit. Amy Winehouse, she's my mate. She's more blues, I suppose. Carl Barat, he's a mate of mine, and contributes to the soundtrack. So, I count some rock stars among my friends. Noel Gallagher, especially, is a mate of mine. And from him I learned this kind of inherent nonchalance that rock stars have. Like, I go to him -- I was so troubled by this nonchalance I took to inquiring as to why it was going on. 'Why are you so nonchalant?' Then followed a brief time where I explained the word nonchalant. No, really, Noel Gallagher's a brilliant man and poet, but I did have to explain that word. And then he said, 'It's 'cause I know that anywhere I go, no matter what happens to me, no matter what people say, as long as I've got the guitar and the ability to play, people will pay ten quids to come and see me.' So I thought, 'Oh, that's good.' So, all this person that knows that people will pay money -- that he's got his gift. Where as a comedian, or whatever, you tend to be more neurotic about stuff like that.”
You must be really excited about playing Arthur in the remake? “Very excited. I adore Dudley Moore. I’m from the same place as Dudley Moore. I’m from Essex, like he is, I have a background not dissimilar to him, and in fact, Arthur is the film which made Dudley Moore a massive star. I love Dudley Moore, he’s amazing. He’s just like Peter Cook, because he embodied something – his incredible style, his incredible wit and his refusal to accept any type of normalcy. There was something triumphant. He epitomized a new brand of satire and a erudite sexy kind of comedy at the time.”
Russell Brand and Rose Byrne in 'Get Him To The Greek'
Did you ever worry about getting lost in a part like Arthur? Can an excessive role like Arthur every lead you down a dangerous path and make you once again start drinking excessively?“I don’t drink or take drugs anymore. No, not for a few years now. I was a raging alcoholic. When and where I can go too far is with stand-up comedy. On the stage, with an audience is sort of where I push things a little too far. Live work is where it can get risky. When I’m making a film, of course, I focus, do research and take it very seriously. But at this stage in my career, I’m playing parts where I an drawing quite heavily on my own experiences and not having to put on fake mustaches and hats. So, to tell you the truth my sobriety is not in jeopardy or grave danger.”
So, you can live life without alcohol...“That’s right, because I couldn’t live life with it.” (laughs)
Was there an incident that made you stop? Did you experience an epiphany? “No, not really. I was just getting in a lot of trouble with the police and getting quite seriously addicted to heroin and crack, and I had six months before jail, prison or death.”
Sean "P. Diddy" Combs and Jonah Hill in 'Get Him To The Greek'
And you were smart enough to choose sobriety. “Actually, I had to be forced into rehabilitation, because I thought I might be able to cope with jail, escape from prison and cheat death. But I was forced by people, stronger than I was at the time.”
Is there anyone you regret sleeping with and is there anyone you hope to regret sleeping with? “I don’t have any regrets about sleeping with anyone. No one. I don’t function in that sort of way. I have faith on being guided by benevolent forces that want only good for me. So, anything, even at the time seems negative or difficult I know is only a stepping stone to what will ultimately be a powerful and enlightening experiences And I hope, in the future, to have no regrets about anywhere else I visit.”
You haven’t given up on women, obviously, have you? “No, no, and I never will.”
Russell Brand and Jonah Hill in 'Get Him To The Greek'
Are there any scenes that didn’t make it into Greek that you liked? “Yeah, some good ones, man. There's a scene where we was in…me and Jonah Hill in Central Park in New York, running around dancing wearing wicked outfits. Like I was wearing my proper little shorts and a headband like a sort of fitness gear. Really cool. That's not in, unfortunately, but I think it'll be a DVD extra.”
How famous do you really feel? Do you feel like a star?“Well, in England and Britain, I feel recognized, because it was a long apprenticeship. So I recognize the difference. But in terms of my ambition and what I have to achieve, I feel like I’m just starting out in America and other countries.”
Would you like to be loved in America like you are in England? “Yeah, I would like that to happen everywhere.”
Russell Brand and Rose Byrne in 'Get Him To The Greek'
Is that the thought in your mind – to lead the next British Invasion?“I don’t think that we should think of it as an invasion, especially in North America, who knows what the military reaction would be. (laughs) They would probably think of me as difficult and aggressive. If there is any kind of takeover it should be peaceful and diplomatic.”
Blu-ray Collector’s Edition of Get Him To The Greek Bonus Features: An unrated, never-before-seen cut of the movie and the original theatrical version of the film. Gag Reel; Line-O-Rama; Blind Medicine – a promo for Sarah Marshall’s new TV series; Feature Commentary with director Nicholas Stoller, cast members Hill, Brand, Byrne, Moss and producer Rodney Rothman; “Getting To Get Him to The Greek,” “Getting In Tune With The Greek” and “The Making Of 'African Child'” Documentaries; Five Complete Music Videos featuring Aldous Snow, Infant Sorrow and Jackie Q; Musical Performances from Infant Sorrow’s triumphant 1999 Greek Theater Concert and 2009 Comeback Concert, plus a peek at their infamous World Tour and the 2002 London Concert; Deleted, Extended and Alternate Scenes including an Alternate Intro and Ending and a Digital Copy. ONLY ON BLU-RAY: Additional and extended scenes not available anywhere else; Musical performances from The Today Show and VH-1 Storytellers; Karaoke - Sing along to 15 outrageous songs; The actual auditions that landed Rose Byrne, Elisabeth Moss, Nick Kroll, Aziz Ansari and T.J. Miller their roles; Instant access to stream a bonus movie by choosing one of three comedies: Uncle Buck, Dazed and Confused or Life via BD-Live or a smartphone; BD-LIVE – Access to get even more content; My Scenes —Bookmark your favorite scenes; Pocket BLU – app for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Blackberry, Android, PC and Macintosh; Advanced Remote Control; Video Timeline; Mobile-To-Go: Keyboard and social BLU.
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: The Tenth Season
In one of the best seasons of CSI yet, Emmy and Tony-winning actor Laurence Fishburne continues to demonstrate that he can fill, with incredible ease, the massive shoes left empty by the powerful and talented former CSI leading man William Peterson. This season, Dr. Ray Langston (Fishburne) uncovers clues in a conspiracy so vast, it takes him to New York. This segment of the CSI trilogy crossover event is just one reasons that makes this such a special collection – which also features new episodes guest-starring Jorja Fox back on the team as Sara Sidle. The team, which also stars Emmy winner Marg Helgenberger and George Eads, digs into the seamy underbelly of Las Vegas to solve the murders of a rising ingénue and two beautiful scam artists. Meanwhile, a menacing new serial killer known only as Dr. Jekyll shows his sadistic side, while the specter of the team's old nemesis, Paul Millander, arises anew. In this landmark tenth season of the Emmy Award-winning series, the legendary forensics unit proves once again that there's no shortage of sin in Sin City. (Only On DVD) Bonus Features: Featurettes include "CSI: The Experience," "Frozen In Time: CSI's Season Opener,” “Leaving Las Vegas: Langston Heads East,” “Getting Lost,” “Lab Rats: The Saga Continues” and “Killer Tales: Season 10 of CSI”; CSI: Miami And CSI: New York Crossover Episodes and Audio Commentaries On Episodes 1009 And 1014
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Top Gear: Season 13
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Magic & Bird: A Courtship Of RivalsMagic & Bird recounts the fascinating story of two of basketball’s greatest players, who turned a fierce competitiveness into a life-long friendship. For years, the passion they shared for winning made Earvin “Magic” Johnson and Larry Bird the most bitter of rivals. Narrated by Liev Schreiber, Magic & Bird: A Courtship of Rivals chronicles the rivalry between Boston Celtics great Larry Bird and Los Angeles Lakers immortal Earvin “Magic” Johnson. Beyond the game, the documentary provides insight into the lives of both athletes and what made them who they are – intensively competitive athletes who reinvigorated the NBA and lead the league to the highest-rated NCAA final. The DVD traces the history of the antagonism between Johnson and Bird, which began 30 years ago when they led their Midwest universities to the 1979 NCAA Championship game. Through a decade of dominance, the two won three NBA MVP awards apiece and a combined eight NBA titles. It also examines the different cultures that helped shape them and contributed to their unique styles, as well as exploring their unlikely friendship. Though sharing Midwestern roots and following the same team-oriented philosophy, the introverted Bird and the extroverted Johnson couldn’t be more different in personality. The two superstars talk about each other at length in the film and provide intimate insights into their remarkable lives.
The Cleveland Show: The Complete Season One
When the lovable, mild-mannered Cleveland Brown moves back to his hometown in Virginia to start a new life with his old high school sweetheart, their fledgling family faces everything from crazy redneck neighbors to an outrageously overcrowded honeymoon in this uproarious animated romp. Featuring the voices of animation genius Seth MacFarlane, Mike Henry, Sanaa Lathan and Nia Long, The Cleveland Show:The Complete Season One also includes all-star guest appearances by Kanye West, Arianna Huffington, Saturday Night Live cast mate Will Forte, and writer-director David Lynch. Created by comedic mastermind Seth MacFarlane, Rich Appel and Mike Henry, The Cleveland Show became one of TV's highest-rated new scripted half-hour shows this past season among adults 18-34 and teens. And, it appears it's only getting bigger and better. The upcoming Second Season will feature guest voices including Snoop Dogg, T-Pain, Will.I.Am and Justin Timberlake and MacFarlane promises even more vocal surprises for the just announced Season Three of The Cleveland Show. (Only On DVD) Bonus Features: Uncensored audio commentaries on select episodes featuring Seth MacFarlane, Rich Appel, Mike Henry, Kevin Michael Richardson and others; Deleted scenes; Christmas Music Video: “Get Your Hump On” by Earth, Wind and Fire; Featurettes “Meet Cleveland,” “Making of “Get Your Hump On” with Earth, Wind and Fire”; Table Read with Kanye West and “Digital Extras: Clips To Go.”
Family Guy: Partial Terms of Endearment
Drugs, sex, booze, violence and porn… they have dealt with it all, but the Griffin clan have never been so hilariously controversial when the most infamous unaired episode Family Guy: "Partial Terms of Endearment" is featured, uncensored, on this new DVD. Deemed too contentious to air on network television, the jokes stretch from here to maternity in a freakin’ poignant tale of what happens when Lois agrees to become a surrogate mother for an infertile couple against Peter’s wishes. A fan-favorite and censor’s nightmare since its freakin’ sweet inception in 1999, the debauchery of the boundary-pushing series is showcased in one of the most talked about episodes. The top selling seasonal TV franchise ever, Family Guy features the voice talents of creator Seth MacFarlane and comedic actors Alex Borstein, Seth Green, Mila Kunis and Mike Henry. Now legal to own (but just barely), Family Guy: "Partial Terms of Endearment" is a freakin’ poignant tale of what happens when Lois agrees to become a surrogate mother for an infertile couple against Peter’s wishes. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry -- it’s your choice! (Only On DVD) Bonus Features: “The Seth and Alex Almost Live Comedy Show”; Family Guy: Live and Uncensored Table Read; Animatic for Partial Terms of Endearment; 9 Original Songs Composed for Family Guy and a Digital Copy.
Scrubs: The Complete Collection – Scrubs: The Complete Ninth & Final Season
It's hard to believe, but it's been nearly a decade since the doctors and nurses at Sacred Heart Hospital began to make us laugh with their wacky and witty humor that could only be found in the unique and hilarious comedy Scrubs. Now that it's over, you can bid Scrubs adieu in two different ways – with either Scrubs: The Complete Ninth and Final Season or with Scrubs: The Complete Collection. Scrubs: The Complete Ninth and Final Season, which features every final season episode of the unforgettable comedy complete with great extras. (Only On DVD)
Bonus Features: Deleted Scenes (with Bill Lawrence); Bloopers; “Scrubbing In” featurette – meet the newcomers to Season Nine, along with insights from show creator Bill Lawrence, and veteran actors Zach Braff and Sarah Chalke and “Live From The Golf Cart.”Scrubs: The Complete Collection is the ultimate must own for fans of every quirky and outrageous laugh-out-loud moment of the series, along with star Zach Braff as Dr. John “J.D.” Dorian, Donald Faison as Chris Turk, John C. McGinley as Perry Cox, Eliza Coupe as Denise and Sarah Chalke as Elliott Reid. This exciting collectible contains every episode and Scrubs memorabilia for the die-hard fan. (Only On DVD) Bonus Features: Collectible X-ray/Lenticular Cover of the cast; Official Sacred Heart Hospital ID badge; Photo Booth Strip of Cast and a Bonus Disc featuring 'The Todd's High Five Scrubs Trivia Challenge” trivia contest.
Saturday Night Live: Best Of Adam Sandler
Before winning five MTV Movie Awards, four People’s Choice Awards, and seven Teen Choice Awards, Adam Sandler was one of the most well-known and laugh-out-loud funny comedians on NBC’s Saturday Night Live. Now, you can relive the laughter of ‘Opera Man,’ ‘Cajun Man,’ ‘Canteen Boy’ and ‘The Gap Girl’ among other comedy skits on this Saturday Night Live: Best of Adam Sandler collection. Reminding us why the comedian received three Emmy nominations for his work on the show, this disc includes over 20 minutes of newly added bonus features including a Canteen Boy monologue, two Cajun Man sketches, Thanksgiving Song, Red-Hooded Sweatshirt and more. The “Sandman” instantly revived Saturday Night Live in the early ‘90s with his sidesplitting humor and original zany characters and introduced the show to a whole new generation. Prepare yourself for uncontrollable laughter as he kicks it up a notch alongside fellow alums Chris Farley, David Spade and Rob Schneider. If that wasn’t enough, Alec Baldwin, David Duchovny, Courteney Cox, Shannen Doherty, Kirstie Alley, Michael Keaton and others make guest appearances on some outrageous skits that will have viewers saying “Bellissima!” Of course it wouldn’t be the “best of” without a reprise of legendary songs like “Lunch Lady Land” and “The Chanukah Song,” so gather your friends and get ready for the best Sandler fix you've had in a long time. (Only On DVD)
Saturday Night Live: Best Of Eddie Murphy
Legendary comedian and Academy Award nominee Eddie Murphy (Supporting Actor, Dreamgirls) took America by storm in the early ‘80s when he broke new ground on SNL. The young rising star won audiences over with his comedic genius and became one of the most sought after comedians to break from the show. Now, fans can recall the magic with some of the most memorable moments that garnered him two Emmy nominations and catapulted his career to another level. Freshly added extras, which include two ‘Mr. Robinson’s Neighborhood’ sketches, Velvet Jones, a previously un-released monologue, Gumby and Letterman, and others, help make this a must-have compilation for every Murphy fan. Get ready to laugh your butt off as Murphy shouts “I’m Gumby, dammit!” and parades an unforgettable array of characters including James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Richard Simmons, Jesse Jackson, Velvet Jones and Desmond Tutu. Comedy Central picked Murphy as the #10 contender in their 100 Greatest Stand-Up Comics of All Time, and you’ll see exactly why with this close-up look at his pioneering skills and mastery of impersonation. And, you'll dig the extra 20 minutes of brand new bonus skits that include the return of Gumby, Buckwheat and Little Richard Simmons in SNL: Best of Eddie Murphy. (Only On DVD) Bonus Features: Focus On Film; Photos and Outtakes
Experience joy at its purest in Babies, a life-affirming celebration of wonder and innocence. Directed by award-winning filmmaker Thomas Balmès, Babies travels the globe following four newborns simultaneously from different corners of the world – Ponijao from Namibia, Bayarjargal from Mongolia, Mari from Tokyo, and Hattie from San Francisco. Babies re-defines the non-fiction art form and captures on film the earliest stages of the journey of humanity that are at once unique and universal to us all. The Blu-ray and DVD also provides viewers a special opportunity to revisit the babies and their parents now that the children are four years old through an exclusive featurette. Babies Blu-Ray + DVD Bonus Features: “The Babies – Three Years Later” featurette and “Everybody Loves...Your Babies Sweepstakes Winner” BLU-RAY ONLY: BD-LIVE!; My Scenes; pocket BLU; Advanced Remote Control; Video Timeline; Mobile-To-Go; Browse Titles and Keyboard.
Harriet The Spy: Blog Wars
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Legend of The Seeker: The Final Season
With the release of the Final Season of Legend Of The Seeker, young viewers and fans alike can return to a world of fantasy, adventure and romance in this hit series based on Terry Goodkind’s The Sword of Truth novels. Millions of readers the world over have been held spellbound by this valiant tale vividly told. In the aftermath of the brutal murder of his father, a mysterious woman, Kahlan Amnell (Bridget Regan), appears in Richard Cypher's (Craig Horner) forest sanctuary seeking help...and more. His world, his very beliefs, are shattered when ancient debts come due with thundering violence. In their darkest hour, hunted relentlessly, tormented by treachery and loss, Kahlan calls upon Richard to reach beyond his sword-to invoke within himself something more noble. Neither knows that the rules of battle have just changed...or that their time has run out. This is the beginning. One story. One Rule. Witness the birth of a legend. (Only On DVD) Bonus Features: “Redemption of a Mord'Sith: Meet Cara” and “Under The Underworld” featurettes and 6 Deleted or Extended Scenes.