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it Was a matter of faith. Eddie Murphy, one of the stars of the comedy, had not an individual success for many years, living off the rents and, from time to time, hit one-off collaborations on titles, as ‘A blow of height’, ‘Dreamgirls’ or franchise ‘Shrek’. Now, twenty years after ‘Bowfinger, el pícaro’, re big with ‘I am Dolemite‘.
The king of exploitation
at The end it seems that the star of ‘Superdetective in Hollywood’ returns to hog the limelight of comedy. Before the next sequel of his hit ‘The prince coming to america’, we will see Eddie Murphy as a real character that was really larger than life itself.
‘I am Dolemite’ tells the story of Rudy Ray Moore, a comedian known as the “Godfather of rap” that revitalized his career by becoming a key figure of the decade of the seventies called Dolemite. And next to Murphy, the film features a cast of amazing which includes Tituss Burgess, Craig Robinson, Mike Epps, Da’vine Joy Randolph, Keegan-Michael Key, Snoop Dogg, and a Wesley Snipes that seems to have a lot of fun.
The film is gearing up for its world premiere at the International Film Festival in Toronto in September, what will a limited release in cinemas, and its arrival to Netflix sometime this fall. What is certain is that the trailer looks better than almost anything that Eddie Murphy has done since the masterpiece of Frank Oz, which obviously saves a lot of similar.
in Addition to being a great comedy about an insane true story of the history of Hollywood, the movie also seems to have its own style. The director Craig Brewer (who will also direct the sequel to coming to america) account with the costume designer, ‘Black Panther‘, Ruth E. Carter, to handle the locker room. In addition, the script is signed by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, so we could be facing a new case of biopic to the ‘Ed Wood’.
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