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2013 MTV Movie Awards

Chris Rock joined Adam Sandler on stage for the 2013 MTV Movie Awards last night. The “Grown Ups” stars were there to present a coveted popcorn trophy to a lucky hopeful while cracking some jokes before the presentation.

Chris Rock Joining 'Real Husbands Of Hollywood' On BET For Season 2

Chris Rock is joining the cast of "The Real Husbands of Hollywood," replacing Robin Thicke for the second season of BET's acclaimed reality show parody. HipHollywood exclusively reported the news.

Grown Ups 2 Trailer

The Grown Ups 2 Trailer is here! Share in the fun! Check out the trailer after the jump

Chris Rock to Direct, Star in Finally Famous

The comedian and filmmaker is set to start production on a project called Finally Famous, about a movie star desperate to reinvent himself as a serious actor. Rock penned the script, will direct and also star in the film. This will be Rock's first time directing since 2007's I Think I Love My Wife. He also produced and starred in the feature-length documentary Good Hair.

CHRIS ROCK AND DAVE CHAPPELLE PERFORM STAND-UP TOGETHER IN NYC

Comedy fans got more than a pleasant surprise last night (Feb. 26) when Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle appeared on stage together at the Comedy Cellar in New York City.

Toward the tail-end of Chappelle’s 45-minute set, Rock accompanied the perpetually baked comic on stage. For about an hour, the dynamic duo shot the breeze about everyone from Seth MacFarlane to Jay-Z (Rock texted him) to Kevin Hart and, at one point, dropped voicemail messages for Arsenio Hall and Lenny Kravitz.

Grown Ups 2

Hail, hail, the Grown Ups gang’s all here. Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock and the rest of the crew are hard at work on a sequel to the immensely successful comedy. Grown Ups 2 will be in theaters this summer, with original director Dennis Dugan (Jack & Jill, You Don’t Mess with the Zohan) back behind the lens.

Chris Rock: The E-mail Interview By Judd Apatow

On Sept. 12, 2012, AT 4:36 P.M., “judd apatow” wrote: Do you think comedians are better now? How do you compare the work of the comedians of today with the work of the people you started with and were inspired by?

On sept. 12, 2012, AT 6:46 P.M., “chris rock” wrote: Do I think comedians are better now? Hell fuckin’ no. Show me one guy or woman as funny as Rodney Dangerfield or as good as George Carlin, Richard Pryor, Bill Cosby, or Joan Rivers....

Eddie Murphy: One Night Only premieres tonight on Spike

Eddie Murphy: One Night Only will pay homage to Murphy's journey from a 15-year-old aspiring comedian, to the record-breaking "Raw," which remains the highest grossing stand-up film of all time, to his indelible characters and impressions from "Saturday Night Live" such as Buckwheat, Gumby, Mr. Robinson and James Brown.

Jimmy Kimmel Live

As you know, the presidential election is on Tuesday. According to the polls, Obama and Romney are still neck and neck. Both campaigns made their like final push today. Romney has a very strong lead among white voters, but some prominent Obama supporters are looking to chip into that and our friend Chris Rock is one of them. Chris Rock is from Brooklyn, here in Brooklyn, and tonight, he's recorded a special message for us targeted specifically at undecided voters of the Caucasian variety. So listen and decide for yourself.

Chris Rock back in 'Mother.... With the Hat' at L.A. Theatre Works

Chris Rock will reprise his Broadway debut role in Stephen Adly Guirgis' "The Mother.... With the Hat" for six performances at L.A. Theatre Works, Jan. 31 to Feb. 2. The production will be a radio theater staging recorded in front of live audiences for later broadcast.

Rock will join other members of the original Broadway cast, including Bobby Cannavale and Elizabeth Rodriguez. Guirgis wrote the comedy about a former drug dealer (Cannavale) who learns to re-adjust to life outside of prison with the help of a counselor (Rock).
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