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US News False Special Eddie Murphy Fitting: the blunders and mistakes of his cult films

23:08  26 february  2021
23:08  26 february  2021 Source:   allocine.fr

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In films , Murphy has received Golden Globe Award nominations for his performances in 48 Hrs. Murphy 's early comedy was characterized by copious profanity and sketches lampooning a diverse group of people (including White Anglo-Saxon Protestants (WASPs), African-Americans, Italian-Americans, overweight people, and gay people). He released two stand-up specials .

Eddie Murphy stars as an over-the-top television evangelist who finds a way to turn television home shopping into a religious experience, and takes America by storm. A mild-mannered guy, who is married to a monstrous woman, meets the woman of his dreams, and schemes to find a way to be with her.

Michel & Michel celebrate Eddie Murphy through four hits from the 80s: A Prince in New York, 48 Hours, Golden Child and Un chaise pour deux.

Faux Raccord spécial Eddie Murphy : les gaffes et erreurs de ses films culte © AlloCiné False Special connection Eddie Murphy: the blunders and mistakes of his cult films

He left his mark on American cinema in the 1980s, of which he was one of the greatest stars. And he will soon find the costume of Akeem in the sequel to A prince in New York , expected on Amazon Prime Video on March 5. Michel & Michel, the technical specialists of AlloCiné, revisit the greatest eighties successes of Eddie Murphy , through the prism of false connections, blunders and filming errors.

The result, necessarily nostalgic, can be found in the video above.

A Prince in New York: Eddie Murphy had to add a white character .
Eddie Murphy revealed that during the 80s and the preparation of "A Prince in New York", the studio had asked him to hire a white actor For the movie. © Paramount Pictures A Prince in New York: Eddie Murphy had to add a white character While A Prince in New York 2 is released this Friday on Amazon Prime Video, with Eddie Murphy back as Prince Akeem, the actor gradually returns to anecdotes from the shooting of the first film, a cult comedy from the 80s.

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