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``BEVERLY HILL COP III' LOST BIGGEST PLAYERS
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``BEVERLY HILL COP III' LOST BIGGEST PLAYERS

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When Hollywood Sequelitis becomes a course in film school, the case study on ``Beverly Hills Cop III' will be an interesting read, involving one of the biggest players in town and a handful of wanna-be-agains.

The latter are Eddie Murphy, Don Simpson, Jerry Bruckheimer, John Landis and Paramount Pictures. As to the former, it's Mr. Sequel himself, producer Joel Silver of the ``Die Hard' and ``Lethal Weapon' series. He's the player who after nearly a year's involvement said, in essence, I'm outta here.What distinguishes this sequel saga over others is how the deal fell apart for the two people who wanted to work together - Murphy and Silver - yet was finally made between the two who no one thought would work together again - Murphy and Landis.

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