Movie Synopsis: Blending state-of-the-art animation with live action, "Hop" tells the comic tale of Fred (James Marsden), an out-of-work slacker who accidentally injures the Easter Bunny (voiced by Russell Brand) and must take him in as he recovers. As Fred struggles with the world’s worst houseguest, both will learn what it takes to finally grow up.
"Hop" Photo Gallery
Gallery of photos from the comedy film "Hop" starring James Marsden, Russell Brand, Kaley Cuoco, Hank Azaria, and Hugh Laurie.
"Hop" Film Trailer
James Marsden stars opposite a CG-animated Easter Bunny in "Hop," one of the few comedy movies with an Easter theme. Russell Brand lends his voice to the world's most famous rabbit in this CG-animated/live action mix from Universal Pictures. Check out the trailer and see what you think.
Exclusive Premiere Photos
Gallery of photos from the world premiere of "Hop" featuring James Marsden, Russell Brand, Kaley Cuoco, Hugh Laurie, Gary Cole, Tiffany Espensen, Tim Hill, Chris Meledandri, Cody Simpson, Django Marsh, David Hasselhoff, Hank Azaria, Greg Ellis, Zachary Gordon, Zoey Deutch, Lea Thompson, Brandon Tyler Russell, Bryce Cass, Elizabeth Perkins, Elsie...
Poster #1 tagline: "Candy, chicks and rock 'n' roll." And the second poster was made specifically for the Super Bowl.
Exclusive Interview with James Marsden
James Marsden hit the bright yellow, red hot carpet for the world premiere of "Despicable Me," an animated film from Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment. Marsden's starring in Illumination's next film, "Hop," and chatted up that movie.
Behind the Scenes with Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio
Cinco Paul and Ken Daurio discuss "Hop," "Despicable Me," and "The Lorax."
James Marsden Hops to "Hop"
(Jan 2010) Russell Brand now has some company in the live-action/CG animated comedy "Hop." James Marsden ("Enchanted," "The Box") has jumped at the chance to star opposite Brand in the Illumination Entertainment/Universal Pictures project.
Russell Brand is the Easter Bunny
(July 2009) Tim Hill is sticking with funny animals by signing on to direct "Hop," a live-action/CGI comedy from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures. Hill previously directed the family hit "Alvin and the Chipmunks" and with "Hop," Hill will be helming a film about the Easter Bunny.
Official "Hop" Website
Universal Pictures' official site for "Hop." Release Date: April 1, 2011
Russell Brand and Christopher Lennertz Interviews
Russell Brand, a comedian not known for PG-rated comedy, provides the voice of the Easter Bunny in Universal Pictures' "Hop." At the premiere, Brand joined his co-stars to chat up the film and talk about the obligation to get the Easter Bunny right. Also hitting the carpet was composer Christopher Lennertz who just completed a fundraising CD for Haiti earthquake victims.
James Marsden at the "Hop" World Premiere
James Marsden has to act opposite a CGI Easter Bunny voiced by Russell Brand in the Universal Pictures comedy, "Hop." At the film's premiere, Marsden talked about the process of working with a bunny who wasn't there.
Kaley Cuoco and Tiffany Espensen "Hop" Interviews
Kaley Cuoco and Tiffany Espensen joined the rest of the cast of "Hop" on the green carpet for the world premiere of the Universal Pictures comedy. Cuoco and Espensen chatted up the film and had nothing but praise for the film's star, James Marsden.
Hugh Laurie Interview
Hugh Laurie provides the voice of the Easter Bunny's dad in "Hop" from Universal Pictures. On the green carpet, Laurie talked about playing a bunny and not getting to work with Russell Brand. And screenwriter Brian Lynch discussed the comedy.
Gary Cole Interview
Gary Cole plays James Marsden's dad in the family comedy film "Hop" from Universal Pictures. On the green carpet, Cole talked about the appeal of the comedy and still being recognized for his hilarious work in "Office Space."
Cody Simpson Interview
Australian singer Cody Simpson does a remake of 'I Want Candy' for the live-action/CGI animated family comedy, "Hop," and the film's world premiere he talked about working on a new version of the song.