It appears Eddie Murphy has another clunker on his hands. “The Hollywood Reporter” says Murphy’s widely-panned comedy “A Thousand Words” earned a zero rating on rottentomatoes-dot-com. The website’s editor says the movie joins “Bucky Larson,” “One Missed Call,” “Killing Me Softly,” “Ballistic — Ecks versus Sever” and Roberto Benigni’s version of “Pinocchio” as other films that rated a zero on the “Tomatometer.” “A Thousand Words” was filmed in 2008 but was released to theaters Friday. The movie came in at number six at the weekend box office with sales of six-point-four-million dollars.
Eddie – who has eight kids from previous relationships – is said to be trying to get boo up with the lovely Toni Braxton and Â even cheered on the mother of two at her L.A concert on February 19.
A spokesperson for Braxton tell us: ‘Toni and Eddie are just friends and have been fans of each other’s work for a long time.’Â But the ‘insider’ also tell us: ‘Their kids have met and everything,– Â and it’s getting very serious.’
I smell love and good TV… Here’s A Thousand Words Trailer