Eddie Murphy Talks ‘Beverly Hills Cop’

October 28, 2011 by staff 

Eddie Murphy Talks ‘Beverly Hills Cop’, Rolling Stone did what many magazines and websites have been trying to do for years: talking with Eddie Murphy. The actor has been notoriously press-shy lately, but with its new tower opening film Heist November 4, Murphy sat down with the rock magazine to talk about his career.

One of the largest pieces of interest in the article, at least for fans of Murphy’s previous films, it must be that there will be no fourth movie Beverly Hills Cop, but instead he wants to do a television series.

“What I’m trying to do now is to produce a television program starring the son Axel Foley, and Axel is now police chief in Detroit,” Murphy told Rolling Stone. “I like to do the pilot, appear here and there. None of the screenplays were right, but was trying to force the premise. If you have to force something, it should not. It was always a repetition of the old. It was always bad. ”

In other news, the actor has decided to stop making movies for the family for edgier projects that interest you. Speaking of interest, which no longer has in its long dispute with the show that made him a star in the 80′s, Saturday Night Live. “They said some things bullsht. We had to draw David Spade,” said Murphy, referring to a part where David Spade called Murphy a shooting star. “I made a fuss about it, became part of folklore. What really irritates me about him at the time that it was a shot of his career … I felt shtty about it for years, but now, no I have nothing of it. ”

Murphy also said he was not angry that Adam Arkin won best supporting actor Oscar that both stands in 2007, was just tired of people giving you the “better luck next time” speech. In fact, he decided to host the awards this year to show that there was resentment.

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