Chris Rockis on his way to Philly, to the Ritz Five theater in Old City, introducing a screening of his new film “Top Five” before, we’re told, heading to Tony Luke’s on Oregon Ave. for a fan meet-and-greet (weather-dependent). The “Top Five” screening is for Philadelphia Film Society members only. The film’s executive music producer is our own Questlove of The Roots.
Another of the film’s stars,Philly-raised comic Kevin Hart, walked the red carpet at the UA Riverview Theater yesterday for his other new movie, “The Wedding Ringer.”
Meanwhile, comedian Carrot Top stopped into High Street on Market on Monday for a nibble.
Philly’s Natalie Didonato, newest cast member of VH1’s “Mob Wives, hit the Friday Jams concert at Christmas Village in Love Park to cheer on her pal, singer Margie Martino.
Matt McAndrew, singer-songwriter and recent employee at the Trader Joe’s on Market, stopped home between tapings for NBC’s “The Voice.” McAndrew was able to squeeze in a gig at Xfinity Live, an NBC-10 visit and a stop at Ryan Veterinary Hospital, where his mom works, before heading back for “The Voice”‘s Top 5 finals.