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The first poster for Chris Rock’s latest film, Top Five, is hot off the presses and we’ve got your first look.

The comedy stars Rock as Andre Allen, a comedian afraid he’s losing his touch. Co-starring alongside the legendary funny-man are Rosario Dawson, Tracy Morgan, J.B. Smoove, Michael Che, Kevin Hartand many more.

Top Five is slated to hit theaters December 12.

There’s been a bit of a shakeup for the cast of the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic.

Christian Bale, who was slated to play the famous Apple founder, has decided to part ways with the role. The actor had been in early talks with producers, but negotiations were never fully under way, according to sources.

This news comes just days after the film’s screenwriter told Bloomberg that Bale would be appearing in the film.

“We needed the best actor on the board in a certain age range and that’s Chris Bale, Aaron Sorkin said. “It’s an extremely difficult part and he’s gonna crush it.”

After both Bale and Leonardo DiCaprio passed on the part, Sony is scrambling to find their new lead. Sources say the studio has, however, found their co-star; Seth Rogen is reportedly in talks for the role of Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak.

Jimmy Kimmel is up to his old hijinks.

The late night TV host gathered a group of parents to tell their kids they ate all their Halloween candy and record their reactions. This is the fourth year Kimmel’s pulled this prank and it’s still hilarious.

If you loved Despicable Me and Despicable Me 2, you’re going to love the latest spin-off, Minions.

Universal has released the first trailer for the comedic cartoon, which is set to hit theaters July 10. Minions stars your old favorites: Stuart, Kevin, and Bob as they hunt for a new leader.

“Finding a master was easy,” the voiceover says. “Keeping a master was tricky.”

Sandra Bullock, Jon Hamm, Allison Janney, and Steve Coogan have all signed on for roles in the film.

SOURCE: Huffington Post, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter | PHOTO CREDIT: Paramount, ABC, Universal