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Russell Brand Pictured Filming 'Arthur' in Briefs Near Church

July 29, 2010 (3:44 am) GMT
Spotted on the set of the comedy in New York City, the funnyman wears nothing but blue undies and a pair of socks as he storms out of the building.

definitely does not feel shamed to show off his skin anywhere. The British actor has been spotted stripping down to his undies when filming "" on Wednesday, July 28 in front of St. Bart's Church in New York City.

As he stormed out of the sacred place seemingly to chase something, the actor was captured by cameras wearing nothing but bright blue briefs and a pair of black knee-length socks. In one shot, he was seen embracing a middle-aged woman who was covered in a blue coat.

In "Arthur", Russell Brand is playing a drunken, wealthy playboy who stands to gain a lot of money if marries the woman his parents want him to marry. Things get complicated when he falls for a woman who is of more modest means.

He previously has been snapped shooting his part with who portrays Arthur's caretaker, in addition to sharing screen with . Other actors who will be starring in the movie include , and .

Jason Winer serves behind the lens for this upcoming comedy, which will serve as a remake to 1981 Dudley Moore-starring film of the same title. The new version is expected to be dropped by Warner Bros. Pictures in U.S. theaters sometime in 2011.




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