ESPN icon Stuart Scott passed away Sunday morning at just 49 years old after battling cancer. Famous athletes, musicians, and actors continue to grieve the loss of the lovable and incredibly empowering anchor.
After all of the amazingly spot-on quotes Chris Rock has given over the last two weeks, we almost forgot he has a movie to promote. Top Five, written, directed by, and starring Rock, hits theaters Friday and brings with it a pack of today’s most hilarious comedic voices. Read more…
Kevin Hart responds to Screen Gems president Clint Culpepper‘s unflattering comments, Ashton Kutcher hints at Charlie Sheen‘s return to Two and a Half Men, Best Buy apologizes for an insensitive tweet regarding Serial, and more First Dibs.
Jennifer Aniston gets a Screen Actors Guild award nomination for her role in Cake, Chris Rock calls out an NFL player, Whoopi Goldberg blows it on The View, and more in Last Lap.
While promoting his film Top Five, Chris Rock shared thoughts on Bill Cosby’s sexual assault controversy. Even with the allegations, Rock stands by Cosby’s work. The Gossip Table tells us more in the video above.
Chris Rock is promoting his upcoming film, Top Five, but judging from his recent interview in New York magazine, it sounds like he’s ready to run for office. The comedian sat down with columnist Frank Rich and shared views on everything from the Obama administration to Ferguson, with his biting humor dripping from every quote.
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Forty years in, Saturday Night Live has become known for producing comedy superstars like Kristen Wiig, Eddie Murphy, and John Belushi. But what about the Not Ready For Primetime Players who never got their moment in the spotlight on the veritable sketch show? For every Kate McKinnon that explodes, there are the Noël Wells and Brooks Wheelans who never got to show us the depths of their talent.
Lena Dunham knows how to get our attention for a good cause, Chris Rock takes heat after 9/11 jokes, Idris Elba and his member are coming to a Marvel production, and more of today’s First Dibs.
Beyoncé‘s new HBO documentary, Life Is But A Dream, is set to premiere on HBO this Saturday night. While we have already canceled all of our plans that night in anticipation of spending the evening on the couch soaking in the experience, Bey unveiled the film at New York City’s historic Ziegfield Theater last night for her most fabulous and well-to-do friends, including dapper husband Jay-Z, pantsless sis Solange, and Her Royal Highness, Queen Oprah Winfrey, among others.