A prolific scam artist, the Facebook deal represents only 50% of the cons Troy Stratos will stand trial for this year (the other being ripping off Eddie Murphy's ex-wife).
Over the past four decades, the ever-changing cast of "Saturday Night Live" has read like a who's who of comedy. From Eddie Murphy to Tina Fey, Robert Downey Jr. to Kristen Wiig, the show has been a launching pad for some of the biggest names in TV and film. Show More Summary
That's right, everyone, in case you forgot, Eddie Murphy sings reggae. His last effort was a collaboration with Snoop Dogg (then called Snoop Lion), which was alright, but I found this to be an improvement. He's got a good singing voice...Show More Summary
Last summer, Paramount announced Beverly Hills Cop 4 alongside Transformers 5, G.I. Joe 3, and Hansel and Gretel 2. Brett Ratner was to direct, with Eddie Murphy returning to star as Axel Foley in a story that takes him back to Detroit. Show More Summary
It appears that the revived antics of Eddie Murphy’s perpetual fish-out-of-water Detroit detective, Axel Foley will have to wait for another date to be determined. It is being reported that the long-planned Beverly Hills Cop 4 has been taken off the release schedule over at Paramount. Show More Summary
The Beverly Hills Cop property has certainly seen its ups and downs in the last few years. From dead in the water, to an aborted TV series adaptation that would've starred Brandon T. Jackson as Axel Foley's son with Eddie Murphy setShow More Summary
Four months after Eddie Murphy revealed he was plunging into reggae music with a new song called "Oh Jah Jah," the positive reaction to the song – "Oh Jah Jah" topped iTunes' reggae charts – has propelled the legendary comedian to share a music video for his roots track. In the simple Richard Gumbs III-directed music...
Eddie Murphy, a very serious musician who happens to have once been the funniest comedian in America, has released the very serious music video for his very serious reggae single, "Oh Jah Jah." [ more › ]
Eddie Murphy was once the world’s biggest movie star, but that was a long time ago. These days, he doesn’t even crank out bad cartoonish comedies the way he once did; the last one, A Thousand Words, came out in 2012. And his appearance on the SNL 40 special was the oddest thing that happened […]
Hollywood Shuffle - Robert Townsend's 1987 comedy about the pitfalls of black stereotyping in the movie industry is still as relevant now as it was then - switch out the Eddie Murphy references fo...
With Valiant's "Harbinger" headed to film, Comic Book Legends Revealed explores the title's genesis -- and how the legendary comedian fits in.
The new Arnold Schwarzenegger zombie drama "Maggie" had its world premiere Wednesday night the Tribeca Film Festival. The film was a departure for Schwarzenegger, and lovers of zombie movies, as director Henry Hobson focused on the somber...Show More Summary
(PG-13 Language) Leigh Singer revisits the topic of movie scenes which confess to the fact that they’re playing out in a ficticious universe, as characters turn to the camera and acknowledge the audience. Eddie Murphy’s are still our faves.
Buckwheat. Uncle Gus. Gumby. Achnell? Achwell? Axel? Go tell Miss Summers that the man who created all these characters, Eddie Murphy, will be the next recipient of the Mark Twain Prize For American Humor, RELATED ►POST PROFILESHARE ►
If that sounds familiar, it's because they already made one of those in 2003 starring Eddie Murphy. More » Disney Is Remaking The Haunted Mansion With Ryan Gosling, Because They’ve Lost Their Minds is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
Does this mean Gosling's career will take on the curse afflicting Eddie Murphy's? "Ryan Gosling to Star in Guillermo del Toro’s The Haunted Mansion" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. It is not intended to be reproduced on other websites. Show More Summary
This fall, Eddie Murphy will step into the limelight once again, and hopefully give a speech longer than 72 seconds, when he receives the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
Remember when Disney made their Haunted Mansion ride into an Eddie Murphy movie and you found yourself thinking, “Is this… Read More
Eddie Murphy let loose on the Kennedy Center stage – that should be quite some monologue at the gala on October 18.