After a four-year hiatus from movies, Eddie Murphy has delivered his best performance in years as the jazz-playing, literature-loving chef, Mr. Church.
For his first big-screen performance in four years, the actor has received some of the best reviews of his decadeslong career. Eddie Murphy, the comedy legend whose performance in Bruce Beresford’s drama Mr. Church, which opens Sept. 16, is earning him some of the best reviews of his decadeslong career, will be promoted for awards consideration in the category of best supporting actor rather than best actor, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The film is a touching coming-of-age tale and an even more touching account of an unlikely friendship marked by love and respect.
Pez candy is getting its own animated film.
Envision Media Arts has landed an agreement with Pez to bring the candy dispensers to life. Cameron Fay (“Brother In Laws”) is set to pen the script.
PEZ and Envision Media Arts announced Monday that the companies are teaming up to make an animated movie about the tiny brick-shaped candy and its dispensers, written by Brothers in Law screenwriter Cameron Fay.
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