Beverly Hills Cop
Filmmakers Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah have signed on to direct Eddie Murphy in Paramount's long-awaited sequel Beverly Hills Cop 4.
From Sylvester Stallone to Megan Fox, being a big star doesn't always keep you from getting the axe in Hollywood.
Gil Hill, a former Detroit city councilman and one-time mayoral candidate, died from unknown causes on Monday.
British TV channel Film4 has created a new Beverly Hills Cop promo for it's upcoming marathon that set's Eddie Murphy's laugh to the iconic theme music.
Paramount pulled Beverly Hills Cop 4 from its previously-announced March 25, 2016 release date, but it is still in development.
Eddie Murphy declares he won't make a bad sequel, and that the Beverly Hills Cop 4 script needs to be right before he moves forward.
Michigan is ready to welcome Eddie Murphy back as Axel Foley in Beverly Hills Cop 4, as the sequel sets up shop in Detroit for a story that revolves around the city's coldest winter on record.
Eddie Murphy is returning as Axel Foley, with Brett Ratner set to direct. Warner Bros. also gave the same release date to Geostorm.
Producer Jerry Bruckheimer makes the wild claim that both sequels will be up and going before the end of 2014.
Tom Cruise and Eddie Murphy are attached to reprise their roles in these sequels. The projects are being developed under Jerry Bruckheimer's new deal.
Josh Applebaum and Andre Nemec have been enlisted to to write the script for this Paramount Pictures sequel.
Series creator Shawn Ryan revealed that efforts to land the pilot at another network have been stopped for now.
The series may be shopped to other networks, with a pilot that stars Eddie Murphy reprising his iconic role of detective Axel Foley.
Series creator Shawn Ryan sent out this photo of the actors between scenes on the set of this CBS pilot.
He will also executive produce the CBS series alongside original star Eddie Murphy and The Shield's Shawn Ryan.
The actor will play a young Beverly Hills police officer trying to live up to his legendary father's name in this CBS series.
The Tropic Thunder star is in final talks to portray the son of Eddie Murphy's Axel Foley in this series from Shawn Ryan.
The Shield creator Shawn Ryan will write and executive produce the pilot, centering on Eddie Murphy's Axel Foley and his police officer son.
The actor is teaming up with The Shield creator to appear in this Sony Television series based on the hit movie franchise.