The “Beverly Hills Cop” TV pilot will reportedly feature a few famous faces, including the buddy cop duo played by Eddie Murphy and Judge Reinhold.The Wrap. A source told the site that Rosewood has scored a big promotion since fans last saw him.
His movies have grossed nearly $4 billion, and now comedian Eddie Murphy says he’s “completely retired.”
Actor Eddie Murphy could be reprising his role as Axel Foley in a new “Beverly Hills Cop” TV show.Vulture reports that Murphy teamed with “The Shield” creator Shawn Ryan and Sony Pictures Television for the spinoff series. The two have been shopping the concept at the networks this week.
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At the junket for his family film "A Thousand Words," funnyman Eddie Murphy opened up to "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli about recent dating rumors, his friendship with Whitney Houston and his thoughts about the Oscars.
Although Murphy bowed out from hosting the 2012 Oscars, he confessed he's still interested in the gig in the future. "If they ask me again and it comes around, I'm totally open to do. It's one of the few things that I haven't done as a comedian. So, yeah, one day."
He's back! Funnyman Billy Crystal has been named the new host of the 84th Annual Academy Awards.
Crystal confirmed via Twitter, writing, "Am doing the Oscars so the young woman in the pharmacy will stop asking my name when I pick up my prescriptions. Looking forward to the show."
Although Brian Grazer has stepped into the role as 2012 Oscars producer, recently vacated by his director friend Brett Ratner, the two "Tower Heist" buddies were spotted having a meal together in Santa Monica.
Ratner and host Eddie Murphy both announced this week that they were exiting the 84th Annual Academy Awards. Ratner resigned in the wake of a recent gay slur, with Murphy parting the following day.
Now that Brett Ratner and Eddie Murphy are out of the picture, the Academy of Motion Picture & Sciences is looking to quickly reboot the 84th Annual Academy Awards.
Academy President Tom Sherak announced Wednesday that producer Brian Grazer will co-produce with the previously announced Don Mischer.
"Brian Grazer is a renowned filmmaker who over the past 25 years has produced a diverse and extraordinary body of work," said Sherak. "He will certainly bring his tremendous talent, creativity and relationships to the Oscars."
"It's very gratifying to be part of a show that honors excellence in the medium to which I have devoted so much of my career," said Grazer. "Don is a legend, and I am excited to work with him."
Grazer's recent producing credits include "Tower Heist" and the upcoming "J. Edgar."