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Big studios such as Lionsgate, Paramount and Sony were crunching the numbers for a dramedy directed by Rock.
Calling the BET Awards 'the Black World Cup', the comedian mocks Sterling's racial controversy as well as Jay-Z and Solange Knowles' infamous elevator fight.
The 'Grown Ups' actor neither confirms nor denies the news that says he will be featured on the '8 Mile' rapper's upcoming album.
As birthday presents, guests including Beyonce, Jay-Z, Martin Scorsese, and Jamie Foxx donated money for the actor's foundation.
The actor, who voices Marty the Zebra in 'Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted', comments on Breezy's upcoming visit, 'I hope the weather doesn't SMACK us upside the head tomorrow.'
Katy Perry, Sarah Hyland, Selena Gomez, and even Kristen Stewart opted to go to the Saturday afternoon event in bright colors.
The socio-political comedy series will be hosted by standup comedian W. Kamau Bell and premiere this summer.
John Mellencamp, Steven Van Zandt, Carole King, Robbie Robertson and Smokey Robinson also join presenters who will introduce this year's inductees.
Rock did not know some of the things that Morgan said during his show in Nashville at first but then retracted his support once he knew.
The 46-year-old comedian has his debut in a prestigious Broadway show ' The Motherf**ker With the Hat' messed up after his co-star Annabella Sciorra forgot her lines onstage.
Rock took part in a charity auction to benefit Children's Defense Fund and his wife backed up the idea to raise the stake by having him naked while serving the breakfast.
The band with frontman David Lee Roth reportedly plot a tour for next year as their manager Irving Azoff let the news slip in his capacity as Live Nation Ticketmaster chairman.
Rock and Silverman, as well as Colin Quinn and Jon Stewart, paid their last respects to Giraldo as the comedian was laid to rest at a private funeral in The Hamptons in Long Island on October 5.
The 'Lethal Weapon 4' actor was willing to curse a male fan, whom he never met before, for $20,000 at Comedy Central's autism benefit, 'Night of Too Many Stars: An Overbooked Concert'.
The actor made a joke about 'The Cosby Show', which resulted in him being asked to leave the set of the show by fans.