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Official "Good Hair" Sundance Page

Check out the official Sundance page for Chris' new film "Good Hair". The film was awarded a Special Jury Prize for U.S. Documentary. Click here to check out the page.

Interview with G4TV

It's not often that we speak with a bona fide comic legend, but Chris Rock fits those shoes. You've seen Rock's starring roles in movies like New Jack City and Madagasca; his TV show, Everybody Hates Chris; or hosting the Academy Awards. But Rock is best known as one of the greatest stand up comics who has ever graced the Laugh Factory. Rock's latest DVD, Chris Rock: Kill the Messenger is out now and proves that comedy is universal. The DVD was cut together from shows shot in three cities, London, New York and Johannesburg.

Wall Street Journal Review of "Good Hair"

Making a documentary film about hair was an unusual choice for Chris Rock, the performer best known for his stand-up comedy, hit television series "Everybody Hates Chris" and big-screen acting roles in films such as "Lethal Weapon 4." Click here to read the rest of the article.

VanityFair.com Sundance wrap-up

This morning, at 8:30am, as everyone was buzzing about the Oscar nominations, I went to see Chris Rock"™s hilarious documentary Good Hair. "Utah has been very good to me," Rock tells me. "At first Sundance scared me because it"™s so white and this movie is about black girls"™ hair. I thought originally Cannes would be a better venue because the film also has a gay esthetic, but it"™s been amazing here, just amazing." Indeed Rock has had a very good Sundance.

"Good Hair" Debuts at Sundance

Judging from the audience reaction at the press screening of Chris Rock's "Good Hair," HBO should look to air the documentary, a commentary by Rock (interviewed on video earlier) on the industry and mindset of African-American hair, as soon as possible. Snickers, guffaws, gasps, nods of agreement, winces and cheers arose from the industry crowd as Rock, with a cavalcade of stars including Nia Long, Ice-T, the Rev. Al Sharpton, video vixen Melyssa Ford and Dr. Maya Angelou, commented on personal and societal rules when dealing with black hair. Especially that of a black woman.

66th Annual Golden Globe Awards

Chris Rock have been named as a presenter at "The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards" to be telecast live on NBC Sunday, January 11 (8 - 11 p.m. EST) at The Beverly Hilton. Check Local Listings for the channel in your area.

Chris Rock on how to survive the world of stand-up

Chris Rock is one of the world's most successful comics. Now he says the secret to stand-up in front of 15,000 people is to channel the inner Freddie Mercury. Click here to read the entire article

The Age.com AU Interview

On stage Chris Rock is pure comic electricity. His stand-up is loud, vulgar, taboo-skewering, unfailingly funny, wildly popular. He once proposed how gun violence in America could be reduced by simply raising the price of bullets to $5000 apiece. This would not stop the killing, he argued, but the overhead would at least ensure there would be no more innocent bystanders. Click here to read the entire article.

Dublin Herald Interview

A new article about Chris from the Herald in Dublin, Ireland has been published today. Click here to read the article.

Chris Rock in Variety

By BOB ELLISON Conventional wisdom suggests that standup comedians don't fare well abroad, but Chris Rock proved them wrong this year, pulling off 2008's biggest international tour, a $23 million affair with 141 shows in eight countries ranging from England to Australia to South Africa. "The idea of a whole extreme culture of differences is a myth -- a gigantic myth, an excuse!" insists Rock, who also saw toon sequel "Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa" earn more than $165 million worldwide.

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