Chappelle’s Show featured tons of great sketches over the years, but the most memorable ones are still probably “Charlie Murphy’s True Hollywood Stories.” The segments involved Chappelle reenacting stories told by Charlie Murphy about interactions he and his more-famous brother had with celebrities, specifically Rick James and Prince. Show More Summary
Jim talks about tracking his weight and recalls a funny interaction he had with acting legends Al Pacino and Warren Beatty. From Jimmy Kimmel Live
One of Dave Chappelle's most famous "Chappelle's Show" sketches was the installment of "Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories" about Prince. Prince seemingly enjoyed the sketch, putting Chappelle on the cover of his recent single "Breakfast...Show More Summary
Dave Chappelle has been strongly associated with Prince ever since February of 2004, when Chappelle’s Show’s second installment of “Charlie Murphy’s True Hollywood Stories” introduced the world to the ongoing feud between the shirtsShow More Summary
A hilarious skit from Chappelle's Show featuring Charlie Murphy and "Prince".
Was justice served October 3, 1995? The world may never know the truth behind the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, and maybe that haunting mystery is why the case remains the most infamous to date. Related: Martin Sheen Producing Docuseries To Prove O.J.'s Innocence As such, no one can say Ryan Murphy made the wrong [...]
Los Angeles-based animator Leigh Lahav has created “BB-8: Behind the Circuits,” a funny Behind the Music and E! True Hollywood Story style look at the ups and downs of the little astromech droid‘s life and acting career. Leigh’s mockumentary, which “combines both animation and still photographs,” is narrated by the great Patrick Stewart. images via […]
There's a true Hollywood story taking place at none other than Hollywood High. And there could be a Hollywood ending.
Long before the lurid "E! True Hollywood Story" series, there was "Sunset Boulevard" -- maybe the darkest, most cynical movie ever made about what Hollywood is really like. Released 65 years ago this week (on August 10, 1950), director...Show More Summary
Obviously we are delighted that Lifetime is continuing its attempt to make the movie equivalent of an E! True Hollywood Story. Having done Saved By The Bell, it’s moving on to Beverly Hills, 90210, and Melrose Place. This is going to be terrible, probably, but I’m hoping it will be so in all the right Read More...
Who knew there was some truth behind Charlie Murphy’s “True Hollywood Stories” skit on Dave Chappelle’s Chappelle’s Show? If you recall, Murphy told the story of how he ended up playing a game of basketball with Prince in 1985.
Talia is the CEO and founder of Three Day Rule. After studying communication at Tulane University, Talia worked as a TV producer at E! True Hollywood Story, where she quickly became the office dating expert, setting up many co-workers with matches and handing out insightful dating advice from her cubicle. Show More Summary
For months, I knew that I was going to be interviewed for an E! True Hollywood Story, and I was beyond psyched! Just a few weeks ago, I sat down with the crew and told my story from start to finish. Needless to say, I was exhausted after only one day of filming. Show More Summary
Earlier this month, Chris Pratt Instagrammed his first headshot and everyone was like, "LOL," but also like, "get in my belly [wink emoticon]." Last night on The Tonight Show, Pratt told the true Hollywood story of how it happened. We hope this leads Pratt to finding this photographer and having him move... More »
For any Chappelle’s Show fan, the name Charlie Murphy requires some kind of trigger warning, as it immediately calls up the “Charlie Murphy’s True Hollywood Stories” sketch that brought “I’m Rick James, bitch!” into the world. But there’s a lot more to the writer-actor-comedian than reminiscences of youthful debauchery as a member... More »
(Props: SportsNationESPN) Nice work, but it'll never top the original. "Did I just let you talk? Did I just let you talk? Did I just let you talk? Did I just let you talk? Did I just let you talk? Did I just let you talk? Did I just let you talk? Did I just let you talk? Did I just let you talk?" — 2014 Quote of the Year candidate. Show More Summary
You might think you know who they are, but can we every really know? In this first installment of "Probably True Hollywood Stories," we will reveal the secrets, scandals, mysteries and "where-are-they-now?" investigations of severalShow More Summary
E! is mixing it up these days, testing the waters on in-depth profiles that aren’t “E! True Hollywood Story.” The network just launched “Beyond Candid With Giuliana Rancic,” where the “Fashion Police” star spends an hour with various celebrities. Although the first two interviews were typical E! (Demi Lovato and Melissa Joan Hart), it took […]
New from PopCrunch: First, a NyQuil commercial. Now, hitting fans up for money. You don’t take a True Hollywood Story to tell you that Katherine Heigl’s storied career has hit another rough patch. […] This article Why Is Katherine Heigl Asking Fans to Finance Her Next Movie? appeared first on PopCrunch.
Post by Michele Zipp. We make the assumption that most of Hollywood has a drug problem or at least experimented more than the average person. Money. Fame. Availability. Excess. Indulgence. You can't watch an E! True Hollywood Story or Behind the Music without some sort of drug situation coming along and creating a life-changing situation. Show More Summary