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The previously stalled Beverly Hills Cop 4 picks up some steam and a pair of new directors, returning Axel Foley to Detroit.
Screenwriter Stephen Scaia (Jericho) offers his ideas for an R-Rated Beverly Hills Cop IV in the latest episode of The Bootleg Universe Pitch Show.
Paramount has pulled 'Beverly Hills Cop 4' from its release schedule, as the project has struggled to get off the ground.
'Star Trek 3', 'Hansel and Gretel 2', 'Transformers 5' and 'G.I. Joe 3' are just a few of the sequels that Paramount has lined up for 2016.
At long last, 'Beverly Hills Cop 4' has been set to open in theaters in spring of 2016 – complete with Eddie Murphy reprising the role that made him a movie star.
Jerry Bruckheimer says he hopes to have the next 'Pirates of the Caribbean' and 'Beverly Hills Cop' installments in production by this year.
Jerry Bruckheimer has set up shop back at Paramount and new 'Top Gun' and 'Beverly Hills Cop' movies are on the way - with Brett Ratner set to direct the latter.
The 'Beverly Hills Cop' TV series is officially dead. But a fourth film in the action comedy series may be on its way (again).
Shawn Ryan and Eddie Murphy's 'Beverly Hills Cop' pilot has been passed over by CBS - but is there a chance another network could pick it up?
Producer Shawn Ryan has released the first image of Axel Foley (Eddie Murphy) and son, Aaron Foley (Brandon T. Jackson) from the upcoming 'Beverly Hills Cops' TV show.
Judge Reinhold will reprise his role from 'Beverly Hills Cop' with a cameo in the CBS series pilot with Eddie Murphy and Brandon T. Jackson
Kevin Pollak and David Denman join the 'Beverly Hills Cop' TV pilot, which will be directed by 'Men in Black' helmer Barry Sonnenfeld.
Brandon T. Jackson has signed on to star in the pilot for the new 'Beverly Hills Cop' TV show as Axel Foley's son.
'Tropic Thunder' and 'Percy Jackson' star Brandon T. Jackson will play Eddie Murphy's son in the upcoming 'Beverly Hills Cop' TV show.
Eddie Murphy and 'The Shield' Creator Shawn Ryan are teaming for a 'Beverly Hills Cop' TV series.
While Eddie Murphy admits that 'Beverly Hills Cop 4' isn't going to happen, he says that a TV spinoff is currently being developed instead.