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    Werner Herzog Lines Up Russell Brand, Pamela Anderson and Mike Tyson for 'Vernon God Little'

    The marvelously unpredictable Werner Herzog is assembling quite the cast for "Vernon God Little," his adaptation of the darkly comedic novel by DBC Pierre about the aftermath of a school shooting. Russell Brand, Pamela Anderson and Mike Tyson are all set with roles in the film.

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    WTF: Mike Tyson & Pamela Anderson Join Russell Brand In Werner Herzog's 'Vernon God Little'

    God bless Werner Herzog because sometimes we need a reminder that cinema can unpredictable and unexpected. Last night, word arrived that the director had made the unlikely choice in casting Russell Brand in his upcoming school shooting satire "Vernon God Little." But less than 24 hours later, that's...

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    Russell Brand Joins Werner Herzog's School Shooting Comedy 'Vernon God Little'

    Russell Brand's verbose, rapid fire wit hasn't translated so well to the movies. Aside from being perfectly cast in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" and the spinoff "Get Him To The Greek," he's otherwise mostly floundered in Hollywood productions, largely because it forces him to reign his spontaneous en...

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    Werner Herzog to Return to Narrative Filmmaking With School Shooting Drama 'Vernon God Little'

    Following his feature documentary "Into the Abyss" and its companion piece, the docuseries "On Death Row," Werner Herzog is set to return to narrative filmmaking for his next project, Variety reports. Herzog will direct an adaptation of D.B.C. Pierre's 2003 Man Booker Prize w...

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    Werner Herzog To Direct Dark School Shooting Comedy 'Vernon God Little'

    If anyone knows how to toe the line between the dark and funny, it's Werner Herzog. In both his documentaries and features, the director often sheds a light on the absurdities of even the most harrowing of situations involving his characters, and he's signed up to helm a new project that wil...

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