Eddie Murphy

April 3rd is Eddie Murphy Day! Happy 57th Birthday to a true king of comedy & a comedic legend, Eddie Murphy! Whats your favorite movie? Below I picked out my top 5 of all time! #1 #2 #3 #4 #5

Comedian Charlie Murphy passed away on Wednesday after losing his battle with leukemia. Celebs and fans were shocked by the devastating news and took to social media to share their condolences. Stars like George Lopez posted heartfelt messages about their relationship with the late star while fans shared some of their favorite Charlie Murphy TV moments. The […]

Sadly, comedian Charlie Murphy passed away on Wednesday after losing his battle with leukemia. Celebs and fans were shocked by the devastating news and took to social media to share their condolences. The funny man made a name for himself in Hollywood while his brother, Eddie Murphy, was the biggest comedic star on the planet. […]

Legendary comedian John Witherspoon reveals the source of inspiration for that famous “Bang Bang Bang” scene with him and Eddie Murphy from the 1992 film “Boomerang.” He recalls with laughter how he went to the wardrobe department and picked out the outfit that the scene revolved around. John also explains which of his iconic lines […]

It’s an understatement to say that Eddie Murphy changed the face of comedy, between being the first comedian (and first of color) to become a huge blockbuster draw and star in some of the biggest film franchises of all-time, he is largely considered the modern blueprint for a comedian crossover. However, while he is considered […]

  Eddie Murphy is making his return to the big screen after five years of absence. To help promote Mr. Church, which has garnered Murphy some of the best reviews in his career, Murphy sat down for his first-ever podcast interview with The Hollywood Reporter‘s Awards Chatter. During the interview, Murphy opened up about his recent past, saying, […]

The legendary comedian is back in a dramatic trailer for the Bruce Beresford directed film Mr. Church.

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.