FAME is here again today, and we hear it’s the last day of shooting of the movie. From what we see, it’s going to be a hit. It’s crazy, crazy, crazy in the club with props and extras – camera guys, rigs, and an amazing crew.
Want to know what we’re up to? Just a little motion picture madness. FAME is taking us over for the next few day, and its really special to be a part of it all! Who doesn’t want to live forever?
A taste of the chaos!
photo credit: me
But only because he asked us to. It was another sold out show for our favorite Brit..and was it funny!! After the stand up routine, we were all happy to play heckling fans as Russell returned as lovable lothario Aldous Snow as he filmed a few snippets for the upcoming movie “Get Him To The Greek.” Such a fun night – not a dry eye in the house, as tears of laughter took over the room. As always, such a pleasure to work with Team Russell – hopefully we see you all again soon! Also, don’t miss Russell TONIGHT on Jay Leno! Many thanks to some of Russell’s die-hards for taking such great pictures during the show! Check out TINKERBELLA’S photos for some great ones of Russell as Aldous Snow. Stay tuned as we post some of our own later!
Russell Gets Booed
So, it might not be the most appropriate of Father’s day gifts – but Russell’s comedy show is something not to be missed. Its the grand finale, and after a solid 6 week, sold out run – we’re sure our favorite Brit will take it out with a bang. We know he’s been the subject of a hefty about of press since the run began, check out the latest one written by Chris Lee and latimes.com
Clad head to toe in skin-tight Johnny Cash black, Russell Brand mounted the stage at Hollywood’s venerable rock venue the Roxy Theatre on a recent Sunday looking every inch the louche, preening British rock star of archetype. His haystack of “Edward Scissorhands”-esque hair: impressively vertical. His winkle-picker boots: pointy and sharp. Brand’s shirt was unbuttoned nearly to his waist, revealing a cluster of silver Gypsy medallions as he looked up to face the capacity crowd.
Then he started talking. Because Brand — who ends a six-week “residence” of sold-out Roxy dates Sunday night (several were added “due to overwhelming demand,” according to the venue website) — had come to rock the house with jokes, not music.
And for all you folks that tuned in to see Russell on Leno on Tuesday, we don’t have rats. Ghosts? Questionable. Rats? Negative.
Everyone is already tired of hearing me rave about John Corbett – but I just had to show them a little blog love! It’s always fun to check in with a cool group of guys enjoying a little time on the road. Everyone was in such good spirits last night, and it was really great to watch them rock out. John is definitely a new office favorite and we can’t wait until he visits us again!
Special shout out to Tara, Dave, Hawk & John!
John and Band hanging in the office