In a recent interview with Dave Itzkoff from the New York Times, Chris Rock wasn’t afraid to give his unfiltered opinion on recent films. When asked where he felt Grown Ups 2 fell on a spectrum between good and fun, Rock’s response included, “Grown Ups is better than The Artist, and it’s better than The Artist ’cause the audience says so.” The Times has more:
IN a sumptuous beach-side house here in this coastal community north of Boston, surrounded by sand, grass, ocean and all the DVDs one could ask for, Chris Rock was feeling cooped up. “I haven’t done any dirty work in a while,” he said through the Nike-swoosh of a smirk on his face. “I’m ready to curse. I’m ready to really, really be a bad boy. I’m ready to actually be Chris Rock.”
On a recent morning Mr. Rock, the 47-year-old comedian and actor, was waiting to be called into work on “Grown Ups 2,” a sequel to the lucrative (if critically derided) Adam Sandler comedy about reunited school pals, which he’s been filming since May.
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