Playing the title role of Mr. Church, Eddie Murphy delivers the sort of superb character turn that may well mark a sea change in his career. Based on the real-life experiences of screenwriter Susan McMartin, the story begins in 1965 Los Angeles with 10-year-old Charlotte, referred to as "Charlie"..
The Tribeca Film Festival is known for delighting audiences with unique genre bending films that will please any type of moviegoer. However if you're in the mood for a movie with a comedian taking the head, here's what to look out for. Eddie Murphy stars as Mr. Church, an expert chef turned caregiver..
It’s been nearly a decade since he flexed his dramatic chops opposite Beyonce and Jennifer Hudson on the big screen in Bill Condon’s Dreamgirls, but now Eddie Murphy is returning to the genre that earned him an Oscar nomination as he takes Mr. Church to the Tribeca Film Festival.
Here’s the first look at Eddie Murphy starrer Mr. Church along with actress Britt Robertson, which has begun principal photography in Los Angeles. Mark Canton and Courtney Solomon are producing for Cinelou Films, the banner behind Jennifer Aniston indie Cake, and two-time Oscar nominee.
Also starring Britt Robertson, the drama is Murphy's first film in four years, in which he "delivers the sort of superb character turn that may well mark a sea change in his career." Eddie Murphy will soon be back on the big screen with Mr. Church.