Eddie Murphy says seeing Schwarzenegger de-aged in "Terminator" convinced him to move forward, while Arsenio Hall, Wesley Snipes and the rest of the cast weigh in on the highly anticipated sequel.
On Monday, Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" to promote the long-awaited "Coming to America" sequel, "Coming 2 America."
It was a meeting of the late night hosting minds Wednesday, as Arsenio Hall appeared on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
The gag in question would have taken place in the Queens establishment that served as the location for some of the funniest moments in the original movie.
Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall reunite in this exclusive first look at the 'Coming to America' sequel.
"I’m spitting at him and he’s trying to punch me," O'Connor said of her "frightening experience" with the late singer.
Eddie Murphy’s untitled “Coming to America” sequel will hit theaters on August 7, 2020, Paramount Pictures announced Monday.Craig Brewer will direct the “Coming to America” sequel, while “Black-ish” creator Kenya Barris will rewrite the script. A sequel to the 1988 film starring Eddie Murphy has long been discussed, but Paramount made it official last year when the studio hired Barry Blaustein and David Sheffield, who wrote the screenplay for the original film, to write the sequel. Jonathan Levine was previously attached to direct.Murphy is expected to return for the follow-up, although no formal deal is in place yet. Kevin Misher will produce alongside Murphy, while Barris will executive produce.Also Read: 'Coming to America' Sequel: Jonathan Levine and Kenya Barris Team Up to Direct, WriteThe original film was directed by John Landis and follows Prince Akeem (Murphy), who travels from Africa to Queens to escape an arranged marriage and find a wife who would love him, in spite of his royal title. Arsenio Hall, James Earl Jones, Shari Headley and John Amos also starred, with Hall playing his loyal right hand.So far, August 7, 2020 is home to a still untitled WB Event film. No other project has been announced for that date yet.Murphy will next star in “Dolemite Is My Name” which is currently in post-production. He is also in pre-production for “Triplets.”Read original story Eddie Murphy’s ‘Coming to America’ Sequel Gets 2020 Release Date At TheWrap
Yahoo Celebrity attended the premiere for Adam Sandler’s latest comedy, "Sandy Wexler," and asked attendees: What was the last thing you watched that made you laugh your ass off?
Last night, many comedians gathered in Hollywood to celebrate the premiere of Adam Sandler's latest Netflix original, "Sandy Wexler." They also jumped at the opportunity to pay tribute to their recently fallen colleague.
Arsenio Hall dropped a defamation lawsuit against Sinead O'Connor after the singer apologized for accusing the comedian of providing Prince drugs.
Sinead O’Connor apologized to comedian Arsenio Hall on Wednesday for claiming he gave Prince drugs and insinuating that had something to do with the music legend’s death. Following Prince’s death, O’Connor posted a series of controversial allegations on Facebook claiming Hall, 61, had supplied Prince with drugs over the years.
Bret Michaels started off the show with his classic party hit, “Nothin’ But A Good Time,” to get the crowd in a good mood. Although, the majority of the show was dominated by some of the ‘80s best ballads. Foreigner was joined onstage by Nate Ruess, the lead singer of fun, for a fun rendition of the rock band’s ballad, “I Want to Know What Love Is.” The English/American group wasn’t the only band from the ‘70s and ‘80s to perform with a contemporary artist, Chicago and Aloe Blacc crushed a couple of the Windy City band’s classics together.
Sinead O'Connor isn’t fazed by Arsenio Hall’s libel lawsuit against her in the least. “I’m more amused than I’ve ever dreamed a person could be and look forward very much to how hilarious it will be watching him trying to prove me wrong. I’m also very happy to notice that the DEA have taken me seriously enough to be thoroughly questioning all of Prince’s friends and aides from the last thirty years as to his history of hard drug use and where he obtained his drugs. I do not like drugs killing musicians. ...
Sinead O'Connor recently accused Arsenio Hall of fueling his good friend Prince's drug habit, which led to the artist's death. According to TMZ, Hall has responded to the tune of a $5 million defamation lawsuit. The funnyman's lawyers, Marty Singer and Lynda Goldman, filed a suit this morning in which the comedian calls O'Connor a…
Sinead O'Connor took to Facebook on Monday making a series of controversial allegations including the claim that comedian Arsenio Hall supplied Prince with drugs over the years. “Two words for the DEA investigating where prince got his drugs over the decades… Arsenio Hall (AKA Prince’s and Eddie Murphy’s b—-),” the singer-songwriter wrote. “Anyone imagining prince was not a long time hard drug user is living in cloud cuckoo land.
Sinead O’Connor, the Irish singer-songwriter who rose to massive fame in 1990 after recording the Prince-penned ballad “Nothing Compares 2 U,” has finally spoken out about Prince since his death on April 21 – in a shocking Facebook message that claims Arsenio Hall supplied Prince with drugs and even dosed her with drugs himself. “Two words for the DEA investigating where prince got his drugs over the decades…. Arsenio Hall (AKA Prince’s and Eddie Murphy’s bitch),” O’Connor’s Monday afternoon post begins.