Posted On April 08, 2010
April 08, 2010   ||No CommentsFiled Under: Misc News

Russell Brand has admitted that he plans to change his image in order to attract more film roles. The actor said that he intends to cut off his trademark long hair and adopt a smarter look, after so far starring in movies that have allowed him to retain his distinctive appearance, such as Forgetting Sarah Marshall and St. Trinian’s. However, Brand will receive a makeover for upcoming film Arthur, a remake of the 1981 Dudley Moore comedy. The comedian, who is expected to sport a short haircut for the role, noted that it is a look that may make him a more versatile actor. He told Hello: “Normally I play people where the only thing you need to change is my name. But for this I’m going to change my hair a bit. I saw a mocked-up picture of how it would look and it didn’t look good – like Natalie Portman with a beard. “If I’m going to pursue a career in films I can’t always play Rasputin. I can play him once maybe, play Che Guevara, various homeless people and then it’s going to have to be a haircut.”

Source: Digital Spy

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