Brian Cox, 76, made headlines after he spoke out against Rupert Murdoch's engagement at the age of 92. During an interview on Friday's The Jonathan Ross Show, the media mogul said, "Good luck."
Brian's critique of Rupert's engagement comes after the Australian-born businessman, who's been married four times before, announced the big news in an interview with his newspaper, the New York Post. He admitted that he's "nervous" about asking Ann to marry him, but he is "confident" that their marriage will be his "last."
"I was a bit spooked. I feared falling in love, but I knew this would be my last. It better be. I'm glad," he said of the couple's plans to announce "I do" in the summer of this year.
Brian just finished filming his fourth and final season of Succession, playing father and rich businessman Logan Roy. "You have finite television and you have infinite television that goes on and on well past its sell-by date," he said.
"I think people will have a hard time digesting the program," said the actor. "They don't know why they like it as much as they do," he said. "There's a lot of hateful people... that's what viewers like, that horribleness of people."
Brian, who plays Jeremy Strong, Kieran Culkin, Sarah Snook, and others on Succession, has said that season four will be a "cyclocoaster" that will keep fans on their toes. "The whole shebang. The whole thing."