EDDIE MURPHY FINALLY LEAVES OUR SOLAR SYSTEM

Eddie Murphy



SOMEWHERE FAR BEYOND PLUTO – NASA have exclusively released images and data from Eddie Murphy as he finally leaves the confines of our solar system. Divorced from the Sun’s influence and speeding unhindered into the dark forbidden abyss, the former actor is now officially the most distant actor in the Universe. 


Professor Rusty Irons (son of Jeremy) head of Nasa’s Far From Grace Project is excited about the prospect of what Murphy may discover in the uninhabitable spaces between star systems.

It’s a mouth watering prospect! We’ve never had someone once so funny as far away from the bosom of the sustaining radiation of the Sun before. The Murphy Probe may discover a completely new outlook on what it is to be a once in demand personality, or he’ll have a devastating psychotic episode, unravel in the face of the never-ending and unfathomable nothingness and simply become another malevolent celestial bullet, darting through the heavens until he strikes something.

Asked whether this gargantuan undertaking could put an irrevocable dent in the funny man of yesteryear’s career, Irons looked up from his game of Q*Bert and said:

Huh? Oh, career? Well, we’ve agreed with his agent (Bank of Entertainments-Moniez.coms) that if he returns as planned in the year 4057 that NASA fund another Another 48 Hours movie, in the unlikely event that NASA still exists. We’re confident Nick Nolte will still be here.

A draft outline for ANOTHER ANOTHER 48 HOURS can be found on the former star’s agents website (if you give your credit card details via webcam).


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