Eddie Murphy Really IS Working On Coming To America 2
Mar 18 2017 by Francis Osborne
Popular American actor, Eddie Murphy caused a major online stir on Wednesday after tweeting the mere suggestion that there could be a "Coming To America" sequel, according to Complex, causing a twitter meltdown as fans and lovers alike went into a frenzy.
"The tweet, which was screencapped before it was taken down, had a picture of Vanessa Bell Calloway as Princess Imani Izzi from the 1988 comedy and the short phrase: "'Coming to America' sequel?" He's. Verified. Eddie's bewilderment over the tweet would only make sense, considering it was swiftly deleted along with his entire Twitter account altogether.
Some weren't as enthusiastic.
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It is unclear if the tweet means something if definitely in the works, but TMZ reports that Murphy is in the early stages of writing the project. You stole my life from me!' And 'I want my money! "It would be a flawless sequel". In the Paramount Pictures original, Prince Akeem (Eddie Murphy) is the prince of a wealthy African country and wants for nothing, except a wife who will love him in spite of his title. Disguised as a foreign student working in fast food, he romances Lisa (Shari Headley), but struggles with revealing his true identity to her and his marital intentions to his king father (James Earl Jones).
Eddie Murphy, as Prince Akeem Joffer, came up with the story for "Coming To America" and also produced the film.