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30 years after, ‘Coming to America’ to get a sequel

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30 years after, ‘Coming to America’ to get a sequel

Blockbuster comedy, Coming to America first released in 1988 will be returning to screens with a sequel written by the creator of comedy series, Black-ish, and Eddie Murphy will be returning in his role as Prince Akeem.

The sequel will be based on the story of Prince Akeem returning to America to find his long-lost son, the rightful heir to the throne of Zamunda.

The sequel has been underway since 2017 when plans for it were first announced and its original screeenwriters are on board to work on it.

Eddie Murphy said in a statement, “After many years of anticipation, I’m thrilled that Coming to America 2 is officially moving forward. We’ve assembled a great team that will be led by Craig Brewer, who just did an amazing job on Dolemite [Is My Name], and I’m looking forward to bringing all these classic and beloved characters back to the big screen.”

“Craig’s ability to create a distinct cinematic world with each of his films is not only impressive, but also what made him exactly the voice and vision we needed to bring this story to life,” Barris added in a statement. “From Hustle and Flow to his work with Eddie on Dolemite Is My Name, he never fails to blow me away. He is a true auteur and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have him on board.”

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Tiwa Savage gets much love from fans she met in flight

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Singer, Tiwa Savage was showered with so much love by her fans, who she met in a flight she boarded on Tuesday.

In a video she shared on Twitter, Tiwa is seen enjoying sessions of group photos with the women.

 

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Paul Okoye’s ‘Double Double’ Video hits 5 million Views in 1 month

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Singer, Paul Okoye of defunct P-Square is in celebration mood as his newest video, ‘Double Double’ has hit 5 million views in one month. Congrats to him!

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Rob Kardashian will no longer pay child support to Blac Chyna

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Blac Chyna claims daughter Dream looks just like her

 

Rob Kardashian will no longer pay his babymama, Blac Chyna whooping amount of cash every month, as they have reached final custody agreement for their 2-year-old daughter, Dream.

Rob and Chyna will split custody 50/50, though Rob will likely have his daughter more of the time.

Rob was paying Chyna $20, 000 per month in support and now he will pay nothing. According to TMZ, the agreement states each parent will only pay for Dream’s needs when she’s with them,  and things like medical expenses and school will be split down the middle.

 

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