Oh Yeah, Chris Rock’s Top Five Is Out in Theaters
In the middle of a crowded field of dark, subversive fare at your local movie theater, writer/director/star Chris Rock manages to balance a satire of Hollywood and being laugh out loud throughout in Top Five.
The cameos, of which they are many including Jerry Seinfeld, Brian Regan, Adam Sandler, Kevin Hart, Whoopi Goldberg, Leslie Jones, Tracy Morgan, and Cedric the Entertainer are pretty damn fantastic and worth the price of admission alone.
So, go see Top Five now.
Chris Rock’s “Top Five” Gets a Red Band Trailer
The release of Chris Rock’s Top Five is almost here, next Fri. on Dec. 12th to be precise.
You’ve seen and enjoyed all the “safe” trailers, but here’s an uncensored red band trailer that really gives you a taste of what’s to come with Rock’s latest and, as many are saying, greatest film yet.
Watch Brian Regan on Letterman and Chris Rock’s “Top Five”
It’s officially the first day of November as well as the day after Halloween as well as Saturday morning and we think it’s a pretty great way to start all of that with Brian Regan’s appearance on Letterman from last night.
There’s a stand-up set as well as his bit part in Chris Rock’s upcoming movie Top Five.
(Just so you know, watching Brian Regan is good start to pretty much any day.)
And Here’s the Trailer for Chris Rock’s “Top Five”
Headed for a release on Dec. 12th after snagging a $12.5 million bid from Paramount Pictures, Chris Rock’s Top Five is one of the most highly anticipated comedies, if not movies in general, for the rest of 2014 (and the beginning of 2015 for that matter).
The trailer has just got posted online and shows promise for what could be a tighter, less complicated version of Funny People that’s written, directed, and starring the one and only Chris Rock.
Give it a watch and see for yourself.
Chris Rock’s Top Five Set For December Release
(via The Hollywood Reporter)
After getting more than $12 million from Paramount, Chris Rock’s Top Five will be hitting theaters Dec. 12th.
The big bid that won and the release in a few months continue to intrigue us as to what Paramount and everyone else saw at TIFF that we’ll get to see come this holiday season.
Chris Rock’s Latest Movie “Top Five” Reportedly Offered $12.5 Million Bid
Before embarking on his Black Plague Tour, Chris Rock has something else big on the horizon. His latest movie Top Five following a comedian turned movie star, in which he starred, written, and directed is making quite the ruckus at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Studios are in a bidding war of the likes that have been rarely seen at TIFF and Paramount Pictures reportedly has offered $12.5 million for the worldwide rights to the movie. Not only is that number impressive for a festival buy, but the movie itself only cost around $6 million to make.
So, Rock’s Top Five sounds like it’ll be pretty good.