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Eddie Murphy hasn’t done stand up in 28 years, but he returned to the stage over the weekend to give his best Bill Cosby impression.

While accepting the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, Eddie joked about how he thinks the 78-year-old disgraced comedian should give his own Mark Twain Prize back.

Eddie initially turned down the opportunity to poke fun at Cosby during his return to SNL for the show’s 40-year anniversary. Apparently, he couldn’t hold back this time.

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson‘s legacy continues to live on – even six years after his passing. According to reports, the late King Of Pop’s last days will be made into a TV series.

The series is said to detail MJ’s last 16 weeks of life and is based on Tavis Smiley’s yet-to-be-published book, Before You Judge Me: The Triumph And Tragedy of Michael Jackson’s Last Days. We may get to see the series sooner rather than later, since a script will be developed for both cable and general broadcast and is slated to air next June.

Will you be watching?

The Walking Dead,

AMC is giving fans another glimpse inside an episode of The Walking Dead. In episode 602: JSS, a new threat arises with the arrival of the Wolves in Alexandria.

Check out the clip here.

Jack Black

Sony’s Goosebumps dominated the box office this weekend. The Jack Black film raked in $23.5 million during its opening weekend.

Matt Damon‘s The Martian trailed behind with $21.5 million, while Bridge of Spies came in at number three with $15.4 million.

SOURCE:, HypeBeast, AMCBox Office Mojo | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, Splash, Youtube

What’s Happening In Hip-Pop: Eddie Murphy’s Cosby Impersonation, MJ’s Last Days Will Be Made Into A Series, & More  was originally published on