Paramount Looks To Sign New Chris Rock Movie
Black Enterprise Magazine September/October 2018 Issue


Chris Rock new movie, Top Five, may get signed by Paramount

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, Paramount may be winning the bidding of Chris Rock’s latest film, Top Five. The movie was screened at the Toronto Film Festival Sept. 6 and has gotten such rave reviews that studios have engaged in a bidding war to acquire the rights to the movie.

Top Five, starring, written and directed by Chris Rock, is about a comedian trying to reinvent himself as a serious actor just as his reality-TV fiancee talks him into broadcasting their wedding on her show. Rosario Dawson, stars as his fiancée and Adam Sandler, Jerry Seinfeld, and Kevin Hart make cameos.

A deal with Paramount may make the most sense, with ties to producer Scott Rudin, who made the film in concert with financier Barry Diller.

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