Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah are awaiting scripts for both 'Bad Boys 4' and the new 'Beverly Hills Cop' sequel, starring Eddie Murphy.
Plans for the fourth Beverly Hills Cop movie are still in the pipeline, according to Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, the directing duo signed up to make it.
“Cats” won the “honor” of the Worst Picture prize of 2019 from the Razzies, and John Travolta and Hilary Duff were deemed to have given the worst performances of the year.The Universal musical film “Cats” also picked up Razzies for Rebel Wilson for Worst Supporting Actress, James Corden for Worst Supporting Actor, Worst Director Tom Hooper and Worst Screenplay for Hooper and Lee Hall. The film also won for Worst Screen Combo for what the awards cattily described as “any two half-feline/half-human hairballs” from the film.Travolta won for both his work in “The Fanatic” and “Trading Paint,” and Duff won for her film “The Haunting of Sharon Tate,” in which she played the iconic ’60s starlet in a horror film.Also Read: Judi Dench Hasn't Seen 'Cats' - But She's Amused by Her Razzie Nom for Worst Supporting ActressSylvester Stallone’s (hopefully) final turn as Rambo in “Rambo: Last Blood” also picked up a pair of prizes for Worst Remake, Rip-Off or Sequel and Worst Reckless Disregard for Human Life and Public Property.Eddie Murphy was snubbed at the Oscars themselves for his work in “Dolemite Is My Name,” but he beat out Adam Sandler for the Razzies’ Redeemer Award, which recognizes strong performances from past honorees of the Razzies.The 40th edition of the Razzie Awards was meant to be broadcast last Saturday, but the presentation was canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak. Not only that, the awards generally take place the day before the Oscars but were delayed because the Academy Awards moved to early February for their earliest date on the awards calendar ever.The Razzies released a video announcing the winners, which you can see above. And the full list of Razzie Awards is below:WORST PICTURE“Cats”WORST ACTORJohn Travolta / “The Fanatic” & “Trading Paint”WORST ACTRESSHilary Duff / “The Haunting of Sharon Tate”WORST SUPPORTING ACTRESSRebel Wilson / “Cats”WORST SUPPORTING ACTORJames Corden / “Cats”WORST SCREEN COMBOAny Two Half-Feline/Half-Human Hairballs / “Cats”WORST SCREENPLAY“Cats” / Screenplay by Lee Hall and Tom HooperWORST DIRECTORTom Hooper / “Cats”WORST REMAKE, RIP-OFF or SEQUEL“Rambo: Last Blood”WORST RECKLESS DISREGARD for HUMAN LIFE and PUBLIC PROPERTY“Rambo: Last Blood”RAZZIE® REDEEMER AWARDEddie Murphy / “Dolemite Is My Name”Read original story ‘Cats’ Wins Razzie Award for Worst Picture, John Travolta Wins Worst Actor At TheWrap
Vintage footage shows how Murphy ad-libbed jokes on the set of the classic crime caper — wisecracks that Murphy has said were too un-PC for him to revisit now.
J-Lo didn't make the Oscars cut, and neither did Robert De Niro. But there will be some stars excited at unexpected Oscars success.
Bill Cosby’s spokesperson has described Eddie Murphy as a “Hollywood slave” over the “disparaging remarks” that Murphy made about Cosby in his return to “Saturday Night Live.”In a lengthy statement to Instagram posted late Sunday, Cosby spokesperson Andrew Wyatt said it was Cosby who opened the doors for Murphy and other black men to do comedy, and that his client used comedy to unify rather than bring others down.“Mr. Cosby broke color barriers in the Entertainment Industry, so that Blacks like Eddie Murphy, Dave Chappell (sic), Kevin Hart and et al., could have an opportunity to showcase their talents for many generations to come,” Wyatt said in his statement. “It is sad that Mr. Murphy would take this glorious moment of returning to SNL and make disparaging remarks against Mr. Cosby. One would think that Mr. Murphy was given his freedom to leave the plantation, so that he could make his own decisions; but he decided to sell himself back to being a Hollywood Slave.”Also Read: 'SNL': Eddie Murphy Brings Back 'Mr Robinson's Neighborhood' to Explain Gentrification (Video)On Saturday, Murphy made his return to the “SNL” stage for the first time since leaving the show in 1984. Murphy was joined by Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, Tracy Morgan and current cast member Kenan Thompson, he said he would’ve never expected to be where he is now.“If you told me 30 years ago that I’d be this boring stay at home house dad and Bill Cosby would be in jail, even I wouldn’t have took that bet,” Murphy joked. “Who is America’s dad now?” he continued while doing a Cosby impersonation.Cosby is currently serving a prison sentence of between three to 10 years for a 2018 conviction on three counts of aggravated indecent assault.“Remember, Mr. Murphy, that Bill Cosby became legendary because he used comedy to humanize all races, religions and genders; but your attacking Mr. Cosby helps you embark on just becoming click bait,” Wyatt’s statement continued. “Hopefully, you will be amenable to having a meeting of the minds conversation, in order to discuss how we can use our collective platforms to enhance Black people rather than bringing all of us down together.”Also Read: 'SNL' Cut for Time: Lizzo Inspires Aidy Bryant to Work Her 'Earth-Shatteringly Gorgeous A-' (Video)Murphy has previously criticized Cosby, both in his 1987 stand-up special “Raw” and more recently, Murphy told Jerry Seinfeld on an episode of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” that Cosby was “mean” to him for his use of profane language in his comedy.“He had a weird thing with me that he didn’t have with other comics,” Murphy told Seinfeld. “He wasn’t nice. He wasn’t doing that with everybody, he was doing that with me specifically. He was sh—y with me.”Read Wyatt’s full statement below:View this post on Instagram Bill Cosby’s Publicist, Andrew Wyatt, responds to Eddie Murphy’s SNL Monologue: “Mr. Cosby became the first Black to win an Emmy for his role in I Spy and Mr. Cosby broke color barriers in the Entertainment Industry, so that Blacks like Eddie Murphy, Dave Chappell, Kevin Hart and et al., could have an opportunity to showcase their talents for many generations to come. It is sad that Mr. Murphy would take this glorious moment of returning to SNL and make disparaging remarks against Mr. Cosby. One would think that Mr. Murphy was given his freedom to leave the plantation, so that he could make his own decisions; but he decided to sell himself back to being a Hollywood Slave. Stepin Fetchit plus cooning equals the destruction of Black Men in Hollywood. Remember, Mr. Murphy, that Bill Cosby became legendary because he used comedy to humanize all races, religions and genders; but your attacking Mr. Cosby helps you embark on just becoming click bait. Hopefully, you will be amenable to having a meeting of the minds conversation, in order to discuss how we can use our collective platforms to enhance Black people rather than bringing all of us down together.” NotFunnySNL SNL FarFromFinished FreeBillCosby BillCosbyA post shared by Bill Cosby (@billcosby) on Dec 22, 2019 at 5:14pm PSTRead original story Bill Cosby’s Spokesperson Calls Eddie Murphy a ‘Hollywood Slave’ After ‘SNL’ Jab At TheWrap
The star made revelations while chatting to Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show
Eddie Murphy makes his long-awaited return to “SNL” this Saturday when he hosts the final episode of 2019. And, as with any other returning “SNL” castmember, that will likely mean the revival of some classic characters.Murphy has a treasure trove of fan-favorite ones, from Gumby to Buckwheat to Mister Robinson. In an interview with Al Roker on the “Today” show, which you can watch above, Murphy said they’re all on the table. That could even include an impression of Bill Cosby.Murphy hosts Saturday’s episode with Lizzo as the musical guest.Also Read: How Eddie Murphy Saved 'SNL' From Getting Canceled in the 1980s“[We’re] talking about a Gumby thing, and we’re talking about a Buckwheat thing,” he said. “A Bill Cosby thing, maybe. It would be very funny. I don’t know if he would think it was funny… I’m down for whatever, as long as its really, really funny.”Aside from a brief appearance during the show’s 40th-anniversary celebration in 2015, Murphy hasn’t set foot on the Studio 8H stage since 1984, the same year he left the show. He added that he’s feeling the pressure of waiting 35 years to return.“You don’t want to wait 35 years to come back, and the show ain’t s—.”Read original story Eddie Murphy Teases Return of His ‘SNL’ Characters – This ‘Maybe’ Includes Bill Cosby (Video) At TheWrap
Eddie Murphy is heading back into the world of Axel Foley courtesy of a deal between Netflix and paramount Pictures.
The star of 'Dolemite Is My Name' has several sequels in the pipeline before he returns to the stage.
Eddie Murphy has said that a fourth Beverly Hills Cop movie will be on the way, once he finished Coming To America 2.
33 years after the classic fantasy adventure The Golden Child, Eddie Murphy has met up with the youngster that he defended from Charles Dance's evil demon back in 1986.
The trailer for Disney's live-action remake of 'Mulan' has landed, and it looks stunning.
Denzel Washington and Viola Davis are currently earning raves for the big screen adaptation of Fences, August Wilson’s seminal play. Watch Washington explain in the clip above. The studio intended for the film to star James Earl Jones, who would reprise his stage performance as Troy, the tough-talking Pittsburgh sanitation worker struggling to keep his family together, and the red-hot comedic actor Eddie Murphy, who was looking to cross over into drama and play Troy’s son Cory.
Eddie Murphy’s new drama Mr. Church — about a girl (Britt Robertson) who loses her mother to cancer and then comes of age under the tutelage of Murphy’s titular cook — is one of those movies tailor-made to bring audiences to tears. “Pluto Nash, that breaks me down, that breaks me all the way down,” Murphy told Yahoo Movies (watch above).
The new ‘Beverly Hills Cop’ sequel has found its directors. According to Deadline, the upcoming ‘Beverly Hills Cop’ movie will be directed by filmmaking duo Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah. “Paramount has set Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah to direct its long awaited fourth instalment of the Beverly Hills Cop series,” they revealed.
In her new book, Love, Loss and What We Ate, excerpted in People, Padma Lakshmi writes that her one of her first thoughts upon learning she was pregnant in 2009 was “not so much ‘How?’ but the far more uncomfortable ‘Who?’” Lakshmi is hardly the first celebrity to go through a very public paternity scandal. Here are the top six, in no particular order:
Eddie Murphy in ‘A Thousand Words’ Aside from an acclaimed dramatic turn in Dreamgirls and scene-stealing voice work in the Shrek movies, Eddie Murphy hasn’t had the best millennium. A string of turkeys piled up and seriously damaged his mojo: films like Pluto Nash (2002), Norbit (2007), Meet Dave (2008), Imagine That (2009), and A Thousand Words (2012), which marked the last time we saw him on the big screen. In addition to shedding some light on why he didn’t perform at the Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special (they wanted him to do Bill Cosby, which he felt all sorts of wrong about) or appear on the show’s 25th anniversary program (he was still reeling from a “falling star” crack David Spade made about him), Murphy mentions a few upcoming projects he’s interested in doing ostensibly for the love, not the money. Related: Eddie Murphy Finally Admits One of His Movies Was Terrible First there’s the 2016 low-budget drama Henry Joseph Church, directed by Driving Miss Daisy vet Bruce Beresford, starring Murphy as a cook who tends to a young girl (Tomorrowland star Britt Robertson).