Tucker explained that he didn't want to "shortchange my audience and my fans" as they've come to expect the same ol' Smokey but he feels that "I can't do what I did when I watch Friday now. I can't do that. I was where I was when I was acting but now i'm in my 40's now. I can do something even better!"
On Monday, Jan. 20 at 8:00 P.M./7C, make sure you tune in to TV One for URBAN ONE HONORS, a star-studded celebration of Black excellence and achievement. Hosted by our Founder and Chairwoman Cathy Hughes and veteran entertainer Chris Tucker, many of the top stars in music, film, and television gathered together in lavish fashion.
While nostalgic fans still hold the breath for a proper Friday sequel, Chris Tucker’s first stand-up comedy special, Chris Tucker Live, is slated to premiere on the world’s favorite streaming service in Netflix, Deadline has learned.
Chris Tucker & Ice Cube In Talks for ANOTHER ‘Friday’ … Says DeBo Actor Tiny Lister, the actor who plays Debo in the Friday movies gave an exclusive to TMZ that he’s been in discussions about doing one more installment to the cult classic film that originally starred Chris Tucker alongside Ice Cube. Tiny claims […]
Chris Tucker Interviews With The Breakfast Club Actor/comedian Chris Tucker called into Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club to talk about where the hell he’s been over the last few years. It’s been about four years since his last movie, Rush Hour 3, but the 38-year-old film star is back on the scene with a comedy […]