Total Updates: 14
- posted Mar. 13, 2015 from Variety
- changed the status of Eddie Murphy to Current of Richard Pryor Biopic
- added Eddie Murphy as LeRoy “Buck Carter” Pryor, to credits of Richard Pryor Biopic
- changed the status of Eddie Murphy to Formerly Rumored of The Black Phantom
- posted Jul. 29, 2013 from Deadline
- changed the status of Eddie Murphy to Current of Beverly Hills Cop
- posted Feb. 13, 2013 from The Hollywood Reporter
- changed the status of Eddie Murphy to Former of The Incredible Shrinking Man
- posted Mar. 31, 2012 from The Hollywood Reporter
- added Eddie Murphy to the credits of Triplets
- posted Oct. 27, 2011 from Deadline
- changed the status of Eddie Murphy to Formerly Rumored of Beverly Hills Cop
- posted Aug. 10, 2011 from Deadline
- added Eddie Murphy to the credits of Hong Kong Phooey
- posted Oct. 23, 2010 from Production Weekly
- added Eddie Murphy (Rumored) to the credits of The Black Phantom
- posted Oct. 13, 2010 from Deadline
- changed the status of Eddie Murphy to Current of Tower Heist
- posted May. 18, 2010 from The Wrap
- added Eddie Murphy (In Talks) to the credits of The Nutty Professor 3
- added Eddie Murphy to the credits of Tower Heist
- added Eddie Murphy to the credits of The Misadventures of Fluffy
- added Eddie Murphy to the credits of Richard Pryor: Is It Something I Said?
Though it recently looked like the Beverly Hills Cop saga would continue on television, Paramount Pictures has begun moving fast on another movie.
MGM has acquired the rights to Richard Matheson’s classic sci-fi novel The Shrinking Man with the aim of bringing an updated version of the story that was first adapted on-screen as The Incredible Shrinking Man in 1957.
Universal and Montecito Picture Co. are hoping to develop a doozy of a follow-up to the 1988 hit comedy that starred Arnold Schwarzenegger and Danny DeVito that would reunite the two stars.
Eddie Murphy will give voice to the animated lead character in Alcon Entertainment’s live action/animated big screen adaptation of the of the 1970s Hanna-Barbera animated TV series Hong Kong Phooey.
Eddie Murphy is set to join Ben Stiller and Alan Alda in Tower Heist, the Brett Ratner-directed caper film for Universal Pictures. Imagine's Brian Grazer is producing, and Murphy will join Karen Kehela Sherwood and Kim Roth as executive producers.
Eddie Murphy takes his "Nutty Professor" fat suit out of storage, Damian Chapa prepares to assault Marlon Brando's legacy, Olivia Thirlby fills in for Lindsay Lohan in "The Other Side" and documentary filmmaker Marina Zenovich starts a "Revolution" at Adam Yauch's Oscilloscope Laboratories