2008 MTV Movie Awards

June 2, 2008 at 4:26 pm | Posted in Chris Brown, diddy, MTV, Paris Hilton, will smith | 1 Comment
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Who watched the MTV Movie Awards?? I did! If you missed it, trust me, you didn’t missed much. But if you still want to watch, MTV will play reruns of the show probably till the end of the month. It’s the policy to make show EVERYONE sees the show and knows it front and back, line for line.

So here’s the highlights you’ve missed or want to see again.

Here’s Chris Brown looking so FINE. I love his Mohawk; seems to be the style for young black men.

Singer Chris Brown arrives at the 2008 MTV Movie Awards in Los ...

Chris and host Mike duel it out at the beginning of the awards.

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Beverly Hills Cop 4??

May 30, 2008 at 8:56 am | Posted in Eddie Murphy | Leave a comment
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If the news that 90210 is coming back didn’t get you excited, well maybe this will. Another Beverly Hills hit is making a comeback.

On the heels of the successful revival of the “Indiana Jones” franchise, Paramount Pictures has set in motion a fourth instalment of “Beverly Hills Cop”, with Eddie Murphy on board to once again portray Axel Foley.

The 47-year-old actor will return to his role as the Detroit detective after 14 years.

The sequel reprises the hit film about a black, US east coast policeman’s misadventures in the posh and laid-back Beverly Hills.

“Beverly Hills Cop 4” is scheduled to begin production next year in anticipation of a summer 2010 release.

According to reports, it was Murphy’s idea to revive the film series.

The original “Beverly Hills Cop”, released in 1984, grossed US$316 million worldwide and spawned two sequels. Together, the three films grossed some US$713 million dollars worldwide.

The first and second films were lucrative, but the last instalment in 1994 was a critical and commercial flop, limping only to earn slightly more than US$40 million domestically.

Jerry Bruckheimer, who produced the original “Beverly Hills Cop” trilogy with late partner Don Simpson, will not be actively involved in the new film.

However, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, the man who brought us “Transformers”, will return as producer. Brett Ratner, whose previous credits include “X Men: The Last Stand” and the “Rush Hour” action trilogy, is in negotiations to direct.

You can catch Murphy in a number of upcoming films like “Meet Dave” and “NowhereLand” before “Beverly Hills Cop 4” hits theatres.

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