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Fans who followed comedy superstar Eddie Murphy on Twitter were treated to quite the surprise on Wednesday night, when the actor's verified Twitter account posted the cryptic tweet "Coming to America sequel?" along with a photo of Vanessa Bell Calloway's character, Princess Imani. Not only was the tweet later deleted, but the actor's entire Twitter account was deactivated, sparking speculation that the actor may have been hacked. A new report reveals that Eddie Murphy didn't authorize that tweet, but he is actually working on the script for Coming to America 2.
TMZ reports that there are actually plans in place to make this sequel, and that there were plans to post something similar to that tweet, but it wasn't supposed to happen yet. The actor himself doesn't actually tweet, since he has a social media team to do that for him, and the deleted Coming to America 2 tweet wasn't authorized by him, »
An Academy Award nomination has long been considered one of the greatest honors in filmmaking. But not all movies that earn accolades from the Academy are ultimately considered successes by critics and audiences.
These eight films definitely took beatings in the press, but excelled so much in particular areas that they were included in the movie industry’s biggest night.
Suicide Squad (2016)
Despite its record-breaking opening weekend, the highly anticipated DC superhero romp inspired some pretty harsh words from reviewers. Vanity Fair called it “ugly and boring,” while Time advised, “Harley Quinn’s entrance is the best moment in Suicide Squad. »
- Lydia Price
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