Highlighting the flops of the year, Forbes has released its list of Hollywood's 10 Most Overpaid Actors of 2012.
Topping the list this year is Eddie Murphy, who the magazine estimates that for every $1 he made, the films earned an average of $2.30. Those last three movies were the forgettable "Imagine That," "A Thousand Words," and "Meet Dave."
More than 25 years after the first "Beverly Hills Cop" movie was released, Eddie Murphy has reached a deal to bring the story to television.
Along with "The Shield" creator, Shawn Ryan, the 51-year-old comedian secured a pilot production commitment from CBS for a show revolving around the son of Axel Foley, Murphy's slick police detective from the movie and its two sequels.
The show aims to “celebrate the accomplishments of people of color in the fields of television, music, literature and film, and also honors individuals or groups who promote social justice through creative endeavors,” and this year’s NAACP Image Awards nominees have been announced.
Brand new mama Beyonce Knowles is among the esteemed trophy contenders while up for Best Music Video for “I Was Here,” Outstanding Song with “Best Thing I Never Had” and Outstanding Album for her latest record, 4.
Taking to the red carpet to debut their latest project, Eddie Murphy and Ben Stiller tended to press duties at the New York City premiere of "Tower Heist" on Monday night (October 24).
Joined in their efforts by co-stars Tea Leoni, Gabourey Sidibe and Matthew Broderick, who was accompanied by wife Sarah Jessica Parker, the Big Apple screening turned in to quite the well-attended affair.