How Did ‘Death on the Nile’ Become Such a Publicity Nightmare?
20th Century StudiosIf Kenneth Branagh’s Murder on the Orient Express felt a little queasy to watch thanks to Johnny Depp, the director’s follow-up, Death on the Nile, seems downright noxious. The second of Branagh’s Agatha Christie adaptations, the film stars a who’s-who of embattled celebrities—a collection of scandals that threatens to overshadow the handily executed (if somewhat predictable) Hercule Poirot murder mystery. But in contrast to films like Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwnews.yahoo.com
Comedian Russell Brand Has Become a Powerful Voice for Anti-Vaxxers
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast / Photos GettyIf there’s one thing few people had on their 2021 bingo cards, it would be anti-vaxxers becoming enamored with British comedian Russell Brand for his conspiracy theory-laden YouTube channel.The Forgetting Sarah Marshall actor has always presented himself as a contrarian—a “free-thinker” who isn’t afraid to challenge established views or spout off at the government (both U.K. and U.S.).But recently, Brand, who always seemed to skew left in his pnews.yahoo.com
Russell Brand's "Note to Self"
Russell Brand's "Note to Self" Watch the actor, comedian and author open up like never before in "CBS This Morning's" latest installment of Emmy-nominated series, "Note to Self." Brand offers advice to his younger self on surviving the drugs that nearly destroyed him, and the perks and pitfalls of fame.cbsnews.com