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Do you know this Hollywood star? Famous actor shocks fans when he crashes Foo Fighters concert in New Zealand and appears on stage in bizarre outfit

New Zealand Foo Fighters fans got a treat on Saturday night when a huge Hollywood star stormed the stage to rock out with the band.

None other than movie star Jack Black stole the show at Auckland’s Mt Smart Stadium when he took to the stage dressed in a bizarre suit and tie.

The Super Mario Bros star, 54, wasted no time pulling off his shirt to show off his figure and shake his hips to the US rock group’s greatest hits.

With a fiery phoenix on the front of his black shirt and flames adorning his shorts, the Emmy-winning actor looked unrecognizable from his School of Rock heyday.

Sporting a big bushy gray beard and long dark locks, Jack was all smiles as he rocked out alongside the Foo Fighters again, as he once did with his band Tenacious D.

New Zealand Foo Fighters fans were treated to a beautiful sight on Saturday night when a huge Hollywood star stormed the stage to rock out with the band.

In clips shared on several TikTok accounts over the weekend, the musician was seen rolling around on stage before belting out a cover of AC/DC’s hit Big Balls.

Jack’s fun night didn’t end there as he took a break from filming the new Minecraft movie, he was later spotted at Japanese restaurant Ebisu.

While meeting Foo Fighters lead singer Dave Grohl, 55, the pair posed for a photo with one of the staff which was posted on the restaurant’s Instagram.

None other than movie star Jack Black, 54, (pictured) rocked the show at Auckland’s Mt Smart Stadium, dressed in a bizarre tie-dye costume.

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The Super Mario Bros star wasted no time pulling off his shirt to show off his figure and shake his hips to the US rock group’s greatest hits.

With a fiery phoenix on the front of his black shirt and flames adorning his shorts, the Emmy-winning actor looked unrecognizable from his heyday.

Sporting a big bushy gray beard and long dark locks, Jack was all smiles as he rocked out alongside the Foo Fighters again, as he once did with his band Tenacious D.

“What a night in Ebisu! A pair of legends dining with us, Jack Black & Dave Grohl,” the caption read.

This comes after Jack signed on to star in the 2025 Minecraft movie, which recently began filming in New Zealand, Variety reported earlier this month.

Jack joins Jason Momoa, who was cast in the Warner Bros film nearly a year ago, and Emma Myers and Danielle Brooks, who have supporting roles.

In clips shared on several TikTok accounts over the weekend, the musician was seen rolling around on stage before belting out a cover of AC/DC’s hit Big Balls.

Jack’s fun night didn’t end there as he took a break from filming the new Minecraft movie, he was later spotted at Japanese restaurant Ebisu.

While meeting Foo Fighters lead singer Dave Grohl, 55, (left), the pair posed for a photo with one of the staff, which was posted on the restaurant’s Instagram.

This comes after Jack signed on to star in the 2025 Minecraft movie, which recently began filming in New Zealand, Variety reported earlier this month.

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Jack joins Jason Momoa, who was cast in the Warner Bros film nearly a year ago, and Emma Myers and Danielle Brooks, who have supporting roles.

Directed by Jared Hess of Napoleon Dynamite fame, the film spent nearly a decade in development.

He previously collaborated with Jack on the 2006 film Nacho Libre.

Few details have been released about the plot, but it is clear that the film is a live-action adaptation of the popular video game.

It is scheduled to open in theaters on April 4, 2025.

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