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‘Coming 2 America’ Director Defends Eddie Murphy Sequel’s PG-13 Rating

Craig Brewer stressed that the country has changed a great deal since the 1988 original film, and that needed to be kept in mind when making the new movie.

‘Dolemite Is My Name’: Film Review | TIFF 2019

THR review: Eddie Murphy plays the man behind a blaxploitation cult favorite in Craig Brewer's biopic 'Dolemite Is My Name.'

‘Dolemite Is My Name’ Trailer: Eddie Murphy’s Struggling Comedian Reinvents Himself

In the first trailer for Netflix movie 'Dolemite Is My Name,' Eddie Murphy plays a struggling comedian who finds success performing stand-up under the persona of Dolemite, a pimp with a cane and a collection of obscene fables. Keegan-Michael Key, Mike Epps, Craig Robinson, Tituss Burgess, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Kodi Smit-Mcphee, Snoop Dogg, Ron Cephas Jones, Barry Shabaka Henley, Tip "TI" Harris, Luenell and Tasha Smith round out the cast of the film set to be released this fall.

Leslie Jones, Kiki Layne Joining Eddie Murphy in ‘Coming to America’ Sequel (Exclusive)

'Saturday Night Live' favorite Leslie Jones and 'If Beale Street Could Talk' star Kiki Layne are joining Paramount's sequel to 'Coming to America,' starring Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall and Wesley Snipes.

‘Urban Cowboy’ Remake in the Works at Fox

'Hustle & Flow's' Craig Brewer is attached to write the project, from Paramount TV.

Throwback Thursday: When ‘Empire’s’ Terrence Howard, Taraji P. Henson First Did Hip-Hop

The duo first co-starred in John Singleton's 2005 film 'Hustle & Flow.' Says the director of his breakout Sundance hit: "We were in the sweltering summer heat watching Terrence give his first lines of dialogue, and we knew this was Oscar material."

Agent Charles King Exits WME to Launch Multicultural Media Firm (Exclusive)

MACRO has raised "eight figures" in financing to produce film, TV and digital projects for African-American, Latino and multicultural audiences

Hot Hollywood Trend: Two Scripts, One Movie

Warner Bros. and Universal double-booked writers to take first passes on separate drafts for "Tarzan" and "The Mummy," respectively.