Russell Brand asked to be cut out of Katy Perry film

Katy Perry revealed recently that her upcoming film Katy Perry: Part of Me will include scenes that show her dealing with her divorce from Russell Brand.

Well, it seems Russ isn’t too happy about that – because he asked for any footage featuring his relationship with ex-wife Katy be cut from the film. Gulp.

Russell Brand asked to be cut out of Katy Perry film

The Sun reports that Katy and producers considered the request, but decided the movie 'wouldn't flow' without scenes documenting the couple's marriage - so they've been kept in.

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Good news for nosey parkers like us, but not so good for old Russ.

A source told The Sun: “When Katy first decided to make the movie in 2010, Russell agreed to be filmed on the condition he got to see the final edit"

Russell Brand asked to be cut out of Katy Perry film

“Being a fly-on-the-wall documentary, he knew full well that it was going to be warts and all – and wasn’t best comfortable with that. But Katy persuaded him to do it.

“Now they have broken up, she can keep whatever she wants in the film.”

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Eeek, does this spell trouble for the former couple? They’ve both been super nice about each other (publicly at least) thus far, with Russell even admitting “I still love her” when talking about Katy on The Ellen Show this month.

But with Katy determined to keep Russell’s long haired bonce in the movie, are peaceful relations about to break down?

Russell Brand asked to be cut out of Katy perry film

KPez told Ellen DeGeneres: “I think it's important to start breaking down the idea that to achieve your dreams, you always have to be perfect or flawless or live in some kind of fantasy world.

"So that's why I decided to put everything into the film. In the most tasteful way."

What do you think, are you Team Katy or Team Russell?

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