Vanessa Bell Calloway is celebrating her breakout role in "Coming To America" as Imani Izzi by donning her character's iconic gold sequined dress and high ponytail for a new photo shoot.
Gil Hill, former Detroit City Council President and actor who played Eddie Murphy's no-nonsense boss in the Beverly Hills Cop franchise has passed away, The New York Times reports.
The love lives of celebrities can be facinating, as well as annoying. Some stars trade one famous significant other for another and we can’t help…
Comedian Eddie Murphy recently received one of the highest honors in comedy, the Mark Twain Prize For American Humor. The fact that he’s received this award is being overshadowed by his references to Bill Cosby. In February, Eddie made headlines for turning down the opportunity to impersonate Cosby during the 40th anniversary episode of Saturday Night […]
This would make Oprah's second film with Lee Daniels, after The Butler with Forest Whitaker and David Oyelowo.
Biopics are obviously in demand after the success of Straight Outta Compton. One that’s been in the making for a while is Richard Pryor‘s story. The Weinstein Company…
I wouldn’t recommend getting financial advice from r&b diva Toni Braxton, owed Atlantic Records $16 million, but her former recorded label won’t be getting a cent out of her due to her second bankruptcy case. In 2010, Toni claimed she owed money in the $10-$50 million range, but only has assets in the $1- $10 […]
Eurweb.com . Eddie Murphy will receive the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor Oct. 18 on a show in Washington DC. He will recieve the top prize in the nation at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Click Here For More Info
Wow it’s been more than 30 years after late comedians/actors Richard Pryor and John Candy starred in the comedy remake of ‘Brewster’s Million, Robert Townsend, ‘The Five Heartbeats co-writer and director, has been commissioned for an update. The 1902 novel was reformatted into a play in 1906, and been adapted for the big screen ten […]
Via Newsone: Eddie Murphy returned to NBC for Saturday Night Live’s 40th Anniversary last Sunday. Murphy appeared in a 73 second cameo, but did not find it funny when he was asked to impersonate Bill Cosby in sketch. He apparantly doesn’t believe in kicking a man when he’s down and neither do I. […]