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In a recent interview, Eddie Murphy confirmed that the next flick he’ll be working on is “Beverly Hills Cop 4.”

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Talk about the film has been going on since the mid-90s, but now Murphy has put a stamp on the idea and says he’ll be working on it after “Coming to America 2.”

During an interview with Collider, Murphy said that the two films and some other things would “serve as bookends” to the comedian’s storied career.

What are YOUR top three Eddie Murphy films?


“The Royal Oak Chili Cook-Off and Fall Beer Festival” is THIS WEEKEND on Williams & 4th Street in Downtown Royal Oak!

There will be a Chili Cook-Off Contest, Craft Beer Tasting, live music, games, kids activities and a ton more!

It all goes down this Friday, October 4th at 5:00 – 11:00 pm and Saturday, October 5th at 12 – 11:00 pm



Gov. Whitmer vetoes $375 million for roads, bridges as budget battle heats up…

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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Monday vetoed $375 million in one-time spending lawmakers appropriated for roads and bridges as part of 147 line-item vetoes totaling nearly $1 billion that she carved out of a nearly $60 billion spending plan for the fiscal year that begins Tuesday.

The Governor could exercise rarely used power to reallocate spending within agencies.

“The Republican budgets were a complete mess, and today I used my executive powers to clean them up to protect Michiganders,” Whitmer said in a statement. “The Legislature is broken. Talking points don’t fix our fundamental problems as a state.”