Beverly Hills Cop 4 Directors Can’t Wait To Start Filming

Beverly Hills Cop 4 Directors Can't Wait To Start Filming

Beverly Hills Cop 4 Directors Can’t Wait To Start Filming!

Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah have provided a promising Beverly Hills Cop 4 update. Apparently the script for Beverly Hills Cop 4 is fresh. Read on for more about Beverly Hills Cop 4 Directors… reports that the directing duo recently took on Bad Boys for Life are now ready to jump on board another iconic franchise and work with Eddie Murphy.

Since ‘Bad Boys for Life’ was a global hit, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah can’t wait to start filming Beverly Hills Cop 4.

At the moment, Beverly Hills Cop 4 does not have a script. But, Adil El Arbi isn’t letting that stop him and Bilall Fallah from getting excited about the project and the chance to work with Eddie Murphy.

The long-awaited sequel has been talked about for years and it looks like we’re closer to seeing it come to fruition.

Arbi had this to say.

We’re still involved in that project, and there’s a screenwriter now on it that’s going to try to write a first draft, or a first treatment at least with the story. So we’re going to see what the first version will be, but we’re very excited and hope that we can work with another icon like Eddie Murphy. That’d be great.

Beverly Hills Cop 4 is currently scheduled to be a Netflix release. Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah will not be working from any of the previous ideas or storylines . So you can count out all of the Brett Ratner versions of the movie.

The Reason Why Beverly Hills Cop 4 Didn’t Happen:

Murphy said at the time:

None of the movie scripts were right; it was trying to force the premise. If you have to force something, you shouldn’t be doing it. It was always a rehash of the old thing. It was always wrong.

Currently, Coming to America 2 is in the post-production process and is still scheduled to hit theaters later this year. Hopefully Beverly Hills Cop 4 finds the right story to move forward on Netflix.

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