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|'Eddie Murphy' blackface on Japanese TV show sparks race row|
Added: 04.01.2018 12:33 | 1 views | 0 comments
A Japanese TV station has sparked a race row by showing an actor wearing blackface to portray comedian Eddie Murphy.
|Japanese TV show featuring blackface actor sparks anger|
Added: 04.01.2018 5:57 | 1 views | 0 comments
Opinion is divided over whether it was racist for a comedian to use makeup to mimic Eddie Murphy.
|Iconic Eatery From Eddie Murphy's $288 Million Comedy 'Coming To America' To Pop Up In LA|
Added: 23.10.2017 20:21 | 8 views | 0 comments
McDowell's, the iconic fictional eatery from Eddie Murphy's $288 million comedy classic, 'Coming to America,' is springing to life in Los Angeles.
|Eddie Murphy Reportedly Set To Star in ‘Coming To America’ Sequel|
Added: 28.09.2017 18:47 | 19 views | 0 comments
#Roommates, #EddieMurphy is bringing his character Prince Akeem back in the upcoming sequel of ‘Coming To America” after almost 30 years! According to The Hollywood Reporter, Murphy plans to revive the 1988 film and has tapped the likes of #KevinMisher to help produce the film as well as #Blackish creator #KenyaBarris to rewrite the script. ...]
|Three Decades Later, We’re Getting a Coming To America Sequel|
Added: 28.09.2017 3:19 | 12 views | 0 comments
The first Coming to America starred Eddie Murphy and was directed by John Landis, and it was a smash hit comedy in 1988. Now, almost 30 years later, it’s getting a sequel. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Jonathan Levine has been hired to direct Coming to America 2 with Kenya
|Hurricane Irma is barreling towards some of Donald Trump’s most lavish properties|
Added: 08.09.2017 20:41 | 28 views | 0 comments
Hurricane Irma could prove personally costly for Donald Trump as a number of his luxury properties are in its devastating path - including one of his favourites, Mar-a-Lago. The storm has already left at least 10 dead and is wreaking havoc in the Caribbean as it heads towards Cuba and America. The President’s Caribbean mansion, Le Chateau des Palmiers, is based on the Island of St Martin, which has already suffered significant damage. Officials on the small island said 95 per cent of it had been flattened as Irma hit this morning, including its airport. However the status of Mr Trump’s 11-bedroom property is currently unknown. Aerial photograph of the aftermath of Irma on the Dutch half of St Martin, Sint Maarten Credit: AFP Mr Trump purchased the beach-sided Le Chateau des Palmiers in 2013 and it is currently held by a trust to avoid conflict of interest while he is in office. While it was initially a popular destination for the Trump family, in more recent years the billionaire has rented it out. The property is currently up for sale and the asking price was dropped earlier this year from $28m (£21.4m) to $17m (£13m). Meanwhile Irma is currently barreling towards Florida, where Mr Trump has other significant property holdings, principally his $200m (£153m) opulent private resort, Mar-a-Lago. Donald Trump's Palm Beach resort Mar-a-Lago Credit: Reuters The sprawling Palm Beach residence is one of the jewels in Trump property empire and he has visited it frequently since taking office. It was originally built by cereal heiress Marjorie Merriweather, who bequeathed it to the US Government as a 'winter Whitehouse' after her death in 1973. Mr Trump purchased the estate from the Reagan administration in 1985 for $10m. Since then the 17-acre country club has been renovated into an extravagant baroque private members club and spa. Financial returns show Mr Trump made over $15m (£11.4m) in 2015 from Mar-a-Lago and that number will have likely increased since his election, due to the pulling-power of proximity to the President. The palatial interior of Mar-a-Lag Credit: Splash News Other lavish Trump properties at risk from Irma include Trump Towers, three 45-storey condo towers on Sunny Isles Beach. Some of the high-end flats in the development have gone for as much as $3m (£2.2m). Mr Trump also owns three luxury golf courses in Florida: Trump National Golf Club, in Jupiter, Trump International Golf Course, in West Palm Beach, and Trump National Doral Miami. Map: Trump resorts in Hurricane Irma's path President Trump is not the only wealthy individual with substantial property at risk in the storm. Richard Branson rode out the hurricane on his private Necker Island resort. The British billionaire hunkered down in is wine cellar as Irma passed. His son Sam confirmed that no one on the island was hurt but many buildings were damaged. Other celebrities potentially affected include Oprah Winfrey, who has a mansion on Antigua, Bruce Willis, who has a home on Turks and Caicos as well as Eddie Murphy, Johnny Depp and illusionist David Copperfield, who all own private islands in the Bahamas. Hurricane Irma batters the Caribbean, in pictures
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|Hurricane Irma: Stars including Johnny Depp and Eddie Murphy have homes in path of devastating storm|
Added: 07.09.2017 12:25 | 16 views | 0 comments
A host of celebrities including Johnny Depp, Eddie Murphy and Bruce Willis have private islands and homes in the path of destructive Hurricane Irma.
|Torrei Hart Says Mel B's Beverly Hills Cop BF Upgrade from Eddie Murphy|
Added: 18.08.2017 16:32 | 17 views | 0 comments
Mel B has traded up from Eddie Murphy by dating a real-life Beverly Hills cop ... so says Torrei Hart. We caught up with Torrei outside a beauty salon Thursday night in L.A. and we triggered something in her memory bank ... the dude she saw...
|Anthony Scaramucci rips Steve Bannon on 'Late Show with Stephen Colbert': 'If it was up to me, he'd be gone'|
Added: 17.08.2017 3:38 | 13 views | 0 comments
"The Mooch" just fired a shot at Steve Bannon. Appearing on
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Monday night, Trump's very short-lived communications director Anthony Scaramucci accused chief strategist Steve Bannon of leaking and said he'd have him booted from the White House. SEE ALSO: Anthony Scaramucci is coming back, and if his recent tweets are a hint, it's going to be intense "Well if it was up to me, he would be gone," Scaramucci said. "But it's not up to me." TONIGHT: Anthony #TheMooch @Scaramucci is here and he's revealing who he would front-stab if he was still in the White House. #LSSC pic.twitter.com/sEljprdlH1 — The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) August 15, 2017 The revelation came following a discussion about Scaramucci's relationship with ex-White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, in which Colbert asked about a less-than-flattering photo of the pair. "That's a rough photo," the former White House communications director said. Colbert then quizzed Scaramucci if his job was to "get to rid of [Priebus] and Sean Spicer." "I don't want to say it that way," Scaramucci replied. But Colbert pressed, and asked him to "say it like the Mooch" and to "give me some Mooch," which is now your new way to demand gossip. "So 'The Mooch' of Long Island would say there's no love lost there, I mean, look at the picture, right?" Scaramucci said. "The weird thing about my relationship with Reince is that we were actually pretty good friends when I was a political donor writing checks to the RNC, but once I became part of the administration, or whatever reason, it was a little more adversarial." https://t.co/jw2g9274oL It's not where you've been, it's where you are going. pic.twitter.com/BJjZOv5PSh — Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) August 14, 2017 Colbert also asked about Trump's reaction to the deadly events in Charlottesville, which has been criticized for not being damning enough against members of the alt-right, neo-Nazis, and other white supremacists. "I know him as a compassionate person … it’s a super-tough job, he made a step to give up which was a luxurious lifestyle," Scaramucci said. "Who cares? We're supposed to feel bad for a guy because he gave up his billion-dollar lifestyle to be the most powerful man in the world?" Colbert responded. And somehow, we got to the topic of Colbert asking why "The Mooch" has never attempted to suck his own, well, you know what — in relation to that infamous quote relating to Bannon. "Eddie Murphy said if he could do that, he would never leave the house," he said. "No, I'm not capable of doing it." WATCH: Drogon could totally sniff Targaryen blood running through Jon Snow's veins