Did you know that your version of Internet Explorer is out of date?
To get the best possible experience using our website we recommend downloading one of the browsers below.

Internet Explorer 10, Firefox, Chrome, or Safari.

Russell Brand More Worried About The Environment Than Being Typecast

Like us on Facebook:
The current article you are reading does not reflect the views of the current editors and contributors of the new Ecorazzi

Some celebrities have a little trouble with perspective. Not Russell Brand. He knows that his frustrations in Hollywood are nothing compared to issues like the environment.

Brand, who used to be quite the ladies man and suffered from substance abuse, keeps getting cast in roles where he plays variations of his former self.  In his new movie Arthur, Brand is playing an alcoholic and layabout heir to a billion dollar fortune.

The comedian said about his chronic typecasting, “It was certainly something I considered. But when you consider problems such as the ecological destruction of our planet or racism and war – being typecast doesn’t seem like such a big issue. Typecast! Of course it’s typecasting. But I’ve got a while. I’m not planning to die too soon, so I’ve got other options.”

Russell Brand has proven to be a more responsible star than many but, like all of us, he still has more to learn when it comes to being the perfect eco-warrior.

When told that his Range Rover might not have been the most environmentally friendly car choice, he said, “Isn’t it? Oh f**king hell. Now I’ve got to learn more stuff. I stopped drinking bottled water. What can I do? I’m a vegetarian. What does everyone want?!”

Well, he asked for it! Ecorazzi readers, what more could Russell Brand be doing to help the environment?

Via Vegetarian Star

Like us on Facebook:
0 Comments
blood

Study finds vegan blood is 8 times more effective at killing cancer cells

Blood taken from vegans is 8 times more effective at killing cancer cells!

shutterstock_436148218

Stop calling vegan food “cruelty-free”

Many vegans proudly proclaim that their food is “cruelty-free” as though issues of justice and injustice begin and end with our use of nonhuman animals.

fight

Verbally abusing your vegan friends isn’t edgy, it’s just being a bully

If you’re a vegan who has had to deal with this, and especially if you come from a background of being abused in other ways, you are absolutely not alone