Reportedly, Eddie Murphy is planning to implement Cop of Beverly Hills 4 after finishing the production the Coming to America 2.
In an interview with Collider, Murphy, who will return to host Saturday Night Live for the first time since 1984, has worked out his intentions for a new film.
"Yes, that's what we're doing after coming to America 2," Murphy said. "We're doing the Beverly Hills cop and then the plan is to get back on stage and get up. That's what I'm going to do mainly get up. These movies and Saturday Night Live is a bit like … I'm looking at it like a bookend. If I had decided to stay on the couch forever, I would have ended up with a fun note. "
Eddie Murphy on & # 39; Beverly Hills Cop 4 & # 39; and returning to & # 39; Saturday Night Live & # 39; this December. https://t.co/oROxQGOiHp
– Collider (@Collider) October 1, 2019
Cop of Beverly Hills originally published in 1984, more than 30 years ago, although it was followed by Cop of Beverly Hills 2 in 1987 and Cop of Beverly Hills 3 in 1994. Although the original is considered a classic of action comedy, the sequels received a melee response to poor.
The 58-year-old star is enjoying a career renaissance after being largely inactive since 2012. In addition to the Arriving in America sequel, has also signed an agreement with Netflix to perform special stand-ups.
Murphy will also be hosting Saturday Night Live, of which he was a member of the cast from 1980 to 1984, and stated that his plan is to revisit some of the highlights of his early career, in case he wants to retire forever.
"This is what I'm going to do mainly stand up. These films and Saturday Night Live are a bit like … I'm looking at it as a bookend," added the funnyman. "If I had decided to stay on the couch forever, I would have ended up with a fun note."