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Russell Brand has tweeted three ways to get ahold of his new DVD, "Messiah Complex," putting the Pirate Bay front and center.
Marvel announces a new comic book series with a woman taking over as "the one and only Thor."
The actor allegedly throws a photographer's iPhone through a window. Brand later tweets that since Steve Jobs' death, he cannot stand seeing the phone used irreverently.
A two-week ad campaign will change the name seen in the signage at the London airport's Terminal 5 to push the S5 to travelers.
To advertise its not yet critically acclaimed TouchPad, HP creates a series of irreverent videos with Russell Brand.
BreakUp Text is an app that does the dirty work for you. Because, well, why bother telling your lover sayonara yourself? Who needs the grief?
The famous singer says that her former husband, comedian Russell Brand, ended their union by text. Is this an indication that this is now de rigueur?
Embryonic as they are right now, augmented-reality ads have the potential to offer a hyper-targeted, space-age-type experience for customers. Advertisers rightly want to monetize that.
In what is becoming an uplifting series, celebrities such as Elizabeth Moss, Russell Brand, and Gwen Stefani read out some of the nasty things people have sent to them on Twitter. Moss even offers a curt reply.