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Much of the Zamunda setting in “Coming 2 America” was recreated in Georgia, with the palatial palace brought to life courtesy of rapper Rick. Coming 2 America (2021). Rated PG-13 for crude and sexual content, language and drug content. 110 minutes. Cast. The sequel Coming 2 America dropped on Amazon Prime Video in December 2020.

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Coming to America: A Royal Morning

We’re going back to Zamunda and then making a quick stop in New York City … again.

About 33 years after the original Coming to America debuted in theaters, the newly released sequel is back with the same light-hearted humor. The second installment shows newly-crowned King Akeem (Eddie Murphy) discovering he has a long-lost son in America. His trusted confidant Semmi (Arsenio Hall) reluctantly accompanies him back to Queens where they find Mary (Leslie Jones) and her son, Lavelle (Jermaine Fowler). The two travel back to Zamunda with the king, but there’s tension almost immediately when he introduces Mary to Queen Lisa (Shari Headley). And that’s only the beginning.

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While King Akeem named Lavelle as his heir without giving it a second thought, his eldest daughter, Meeka (Kiki Layne), was hoping to make history by someday becoming the first female to rule. Meanwhile, there's General Izzi (Wesley Snipes), who is trying to take over Zamunda.

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Film / Coming 2 America

A sequel is in the heir.

Akeem: Prepare the royal jet. We are going back to America!
Semmi: Oh hell no, Your Majesty!

Coming 2 America is a 2021 comedy film and the long-awaited sequel to 1988's Coming to America. Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall reprise their roles as Prince Akeem Joffer and Semmi from the first film. The sequel is directed by Craig Brewer, who also worked with Murphy on Dolemite Is My Name.

When Akeem discovers he has a son named Lavelle (Jermaine Fowler) in America who he never knew about, he and his long-suffering best friend, Semmi, embark on another trip to the States to bring him home so Akeem can groom Lavelle to one day take his father's place as ruler of Zamunda.

Also reprising their roles from the first film are Shari Headley as Akeem's love interest turned Queen, Lisa McDowell; John Amos as Lisa's father and Akeem's former employer; and James Earl Jones as King Jaffe Joffer. New to the cast are Leslie Jones as Lavelle's mother; Tracy Morgan as Lavelle's uncle; KiKi Layne as Akeem and Lisa's eldest daughter; and Wesley Snipes as General Izzi, the older brother of Akeem's former bride-to-be Imani Izzi, and who also has plans to claim the throne for himself.

Originally intended to be released theatrically by Paramount Pictures, distribution rights were sold to Amazon Studios due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The film was released on March 5, 2021.

Previews:Trailer 1, Trailer 2.

The film contains examples of the following tropes:

  • Actor Allusion: There are mentions of Mufasa and Jedi as well as a parody of the "This is CNN" ident, all of which James Earl Jones provided voice work for.
  • Action Girl: Meeka, Guaranty bank and trust delhi la, and Tinashe are skilled fighters who can take on much larger opponents with little issue.
  • Aesop Amnesia:
    • As demonstrated by General Izzi's daughter when she meets Lavelle, the Izzi family has not learned that training their women to be Extreme Doormats for their potential husbands only turns the men off.
    • King Jaffe insists on sticking with Zamundan tradition of only allowing men to rule, despite him previously changing tradition to allow Akeem to marry Lisa in the previous film. Though he was more or less coerced into doing so by Queen Aoleon, who has passed away by this point.
  • Armor-Piercing Question: After Akeem asks Cleo for advice about Lavelle running back to America because he needed advice from a father, Cleo asks Akeem "What do you think your mother would say now?"
  • Arranged Marriage: General Izzi offers his son as a husband to Akeem’s eldest daughter Meeka, but Akeem knows that Meeka won’t go for it. Then, when General Izzi hears that Akeem has brought his son Lavelle to Zamunda to become his heir, he comes back to the palace and offers his daughter, Bopoto, to Lavelle as a bride.
  • Balcony Wooing Scene: Akeem has a band perform an orchestral version of "to Be loved" for Lisa. While the scene takes place inside, it's shot like other entries of this trope, as she emerges united financial credit union routing number her room on the top of the stairway and looks over the balcony to see where the music was coming from.
  • Big Sleep: King Jaffe calmly closes his eyes as he passes away.
  • Black Comedy Rape: Akeem is revealed to have been intoxicated and coerced into an unwanted sexual encounter, but this is played for comedy.
  • Bland-Name Product: McDowell's is going strong, but still fighting to show that it's nothing like McDonald's. As in the first movie, it's lampshaded heavily.

    Cleo: The McDowell's menu is in no way infleunced by the McDonald's menu. They've got Egg McMuffins, we've got Egg McStuffins!

    • Cleo says that when they introduced the "McFlurby" they received cease-and-desist letters from McDonald's threatening copyright lawsuits. However the McFlurbys have the toppings on the bottom.
  • Blatant Lies: When telling Akeem of the night his son was conceived, Semmi assures him that he kept their identities secret. The flashback then immediately shows him outright telling Mary Junson and her friend that Akeem is a prince. Arguably this may be an Exact Words case because she thought that he was lying (but did not care).
  • Burger Fool:
    • 30 years later, Maurice is still working at McDowell's. Though serving the royal family probably has a lot more perks.
    • Akeem recalls his time working for Cleo and that he found mopping to be an enjoyable task because it was one with a definite purpose.
  • Call-Back: So many.
    • As with the first film, this one opens with the Paramount logo turning into the Zamundan landscape and the camera flying toward the palace before seguing into an elaborate wake up routine.
    • Lavelle applies for a job at Duke & Duke Digital, part of the Duke Brothers' rebuilt empire.
    • A box of Soul-Glo can be glimpsed in the barbershop.
    • Saul once again refers to Akeem as "Kunta Kinte."
    • General Izzi's daughter Bopoto acts much like Imani did in the first film, submitting to all of Lavelle's whims and saying that she likes whatever he likes. Her introduction to the royal family also kicks off with Oha once again breaking out into song.
    • While relaxing in the palace bath, Mary has a muscular servant clean her "royal privates". This calls back to the bath scene from the previous film, where one of Akeem's servants cleans his "royal penis".
    • When Semmi and the princesses take on General Izzi and his troopers, Semmi says to the General "Defend yourself, you sweat from a baboon's balls!" Just as he said to Akeem during their sparring match in the first film.
    • Randy Watson and his band Sexual Chocolate return to sing at the royal party, much to the chagrin of the barbers (except for Sweets, of course). As it turns out, Randy is Reem and Mary's cousin!
    • Fresh Peaches and Sugar Cube show up at the very end doing the same rap from the first film. Akeem and Semmi even reenact their surprised faces from when they first met the girls.
  • The Cameo:
    • Morgan Freeman is the narrator at King Jaffe's funeral.
    • Colin Jost plays Calvin Duke, the Duke Brothers' spoiled descendant who interviews Lavelle for a job.
    • Trevor Noah appears as Totatsi Bibinyana, the anchor of Zamunda News Network.
    • Dikembe Mutombo appears as a party guest, and naturally does his famous "No no no!" finger wag to one of the characters.
    • During the credits, John Legend appears to perform a rendition of Oha's song from the first movie, "She's Your Queen to Be".
  • Cassandra Truth: Mary thought Semmi was lying when he told her and her friend amazon work from home jobs mn Akeem was a prince from Africa. Needless to say, she's coming america 2 when he turns up in the present day and it's confirmed to be true.
  • Celebrity Paradox: Clarence calls Akeem "Mufasa". Mufasa's original voice actor, James Earl Jones, reprises his role from the first Coming to America as King Joffer. Similarly Lavelle is referred to as a jedi, with Jones famously voicing Darth Vader.
  • Child by Rape: It's revealed that Akeem was drugged and had a unwanted sexual encounter, resulting in Lavelle.
  • Circumcision Angst: As part of Lavelle's final princely test, he is to be circumcised and his foreskin added to a collection of his forefathers'. However, Lavelle has already been circumcised and he's clearly not enthusiastic to have another go around. The ceremony turns out to be fake; it was really a Secret Test of Character—in this case, the courage to put his pride on the line to become Joffe royalty. Lavelle points out that the whisker-pulling test did a fine enough job of that.
  • Costume Porn: Since the majority of the film is spent in Zamunda’s royal palace, we’re treated to a near endless collection of beautiful outfits and elaborate hairstyles.
  • Dance Party Ending: As the end of the movie is a Wedding Finale, the reception acts as the ending sequence, including all of the cast shaking their butts off.
  • Defeat Equals Friendship: After Meeka hands him his ass, Izzi agrees to a new arrangement between Zamunda and Nextdooria that leads to friendlier relations between the two countries.
  • Demoted to Extra: Cleo pops in every once in a while to give out sage advice, but he's mostly running McDowell's for the whole movie.
  • Digital Deaging: Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall, who already look fantastic for their respective ages here (58 and 63 at the time of filming), are de-aged by about 30 years for a flashback that expands upon the club scene from the first film.
  • Doting Grandparent: Cleo is one, having created a McDowell's restaurant in Zamunda so he can be closer to his granddaughters and letting them give their input to the restaurant's menu items.
  • Double Standard: Rape, Female on Male: It's explicitly shown that Akeem was intoxicated and unaware of what was happening when Mary had sex with him, which is date-rape. It's never talked about in this way though, and Mary is never called out for it and is befriended by most/all other characters. Further, this rape is referred to in dialog with gems such as "Your father's (i.e Akeem's) mistake".
  • Exactly What It Says on the Tin: Zamunda's neighbor (as in the country next door) is called Nextdooria.
  • Exiled to the Couch: Lisa banishes Akeem from their bedroom as punishment for his bad behavior throughout the film, and especially the last straw of him shouting at her and expecting her to comply.
  • Fanservice: Many nubile African women and rippling men are shown at the royal palace.
  • Fish out of Water: Akeem tries to hail a Lyft as if it were a cab, only for the driver to point out that he'll have to use the app and that he'll be charged rush hour surge prices.
  • The "Fun" in "Funeral": Jaffe's funeral, featuring live narration by Morgan Freeman and performances by En Vogue, Salt-N-Pepa, and Gladys Knight. He intended to have it done while he was still alive, but he knows he's dying anyway and promptly announces his death while the funeral went on.
  • Heir Club for Men: Part of the reason Akeem seeks out Lavelle is because Zamunda's laws dictate that only a male child can inherit the throne and he and Lisa only had daughters. Eventually Akeem decides to go against tradition and name his firstborn daughter Meeka his heir to the throne, while appointing Lavelle as the royal family's ambassador to America.
  • Hilarious Outtakes: Outtakes of the cast cracking up play over the end credits.
  • History Repeats:
    • Once again, the prince of Zamunda rejects his arranged bride from the Izzi family in favor of marrying a commoner.
    • Said prince are pistachios good or bad for you Zamunda also orders his Izzi arranged bride to do something so they can get away from her, and she takes it literally. Just as Imani was ordered to bark like a dog and hop on one leg, Bopoto is told to stand in one spot and not move, which she does for at least an hour.
  • Internal Deconstruction: The sequel serves as a deconstruction of the sexist elements of Zamunda's culture that were Played for Laughs in the first film. In a more specific example, it turns out that Imani's family is pissed that it was arranged for her to spend decades being groomed to be the perfect bride for the Akeem and the prince wound up rejecting her anyway.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Per the norm, Semmi is still kind of a prick at times but he's insanely bank of hawaii locations near me to Akeem and has no problem befriending people that may have antagonized him prior.
  • Left the Background Music On: When Lavelle walks into the throne room to present his uncle Reem to King Akeem, the scene appears to be set to blaring "Enter the badass" music, but it turns out to be coming from the Spotify app on Lavelle's phone.
  • Leaning on the Fourth Wall: When Lavelle and Mirembe have a conversation about American cinema, Lavelle remarks, "What do we have besides superhero shit, remakes, and sequels to old movies nobody asked for?"
  • Lighter and Softer: Though crass and risquè, this film takes a somewhat family-friendly approach. This film was rated PG-13 instead of R like its predecessor, with no nude Fanservice, much less profanity (the F-word is not used at all) and a strong emphasis on the importance of family and togetherness.
  • Offscreen Inertia: Played for Laughs: Imani, Akeem's original arranged bride from the first film, shows up still hopping on one leg and barking like a dog. It seems that Akeem never told her to stop.
  • Offscreen Moment of Awesome: One has to hand it to them, cruel, racist bastards that they were, Randolph and Mortimer Duke were still able to rebuild their empire with nothing more than a few tens of thousands of dollars as seed money.
  • Posthumous Character: King Jaffe passes away of old age, allowing Akeem to become the new king of Zamunda. His memorial statue is shown several times after his death.
  • Previously On…: One that happens in the middle of the film. Mirembe recaps the events of the first film to Lavelle, complete with a clip montage.
  • Pair the Spares: At the end of the film, Imani, upon being released from her royal decree, seems to get along with Semmi just fine and the pair dance together at Lavelle's coming america 2 Placement: Pepsi and McDonald's have their logos prominently displayed on screen. Meeka, meanwhile, spends most of the second half of the movie wearing Puma-branded clothing.

    Cleo: Pepsi, the official drink of McDowell's Zamunda!

  • Remember the New Guy?: Baba the Shaman and General Izzi, Imani's brother, are long acquainted with the Joffers but were never seen nor mentioned in the first Coming to America.
  • Revision: It's revealed that Akeem had a bastard son from a one-night stand in America, but it's done in a manner that doesn't outright contradict what was established in the earlier film. Semmi hooked Akeem up with a bar-hopping girl from Queens before they met Lisa, but Akeem was too drunk coming america 2 remember and Semmi too embarassed to bring it up in 30 years. The only reason he even learns of it is because the royal witch doctor had a vision.
  • Self-Deprecation: At one point, Lavelle and Mirembe complain about how the only movies Hollywood makes nowadays aside from superhero films and remakes are Distant Sequels to decades old films. Even though this film fits in the latter category.
  • Sequel Escalation: In the first film, the introduction to Akeem's betrothed featured only Oha singing a capella as she walks toward the throne. In this film, the introduction to Lavelle's betrothed is full musical number featuring dozens of dancers.
  • Sequel Non-Entity: Patrice McDowell is nowhere to be seen in this film nor do we find out what she's been up to these past 30 years since her father and sister moved to Zamunda. She does appear at the beginning in a photograph with Lisa from the 80s.
  • Shout-Out: A couple times, Zamunda is referred to by Lavelle's family as "Wakanda".
  • Snobs Vs Slobs: Lavelle's story arc sees him figuring out how to blend his lower-class upbringing with his new princely status.
  • Society Marches On: In-Universe. Both Akeem and Semmi are surprised by the many changes that have taken place in their old Queens neighborhood due to the decades of reduced crime and gentrification. The only thing that's still the same is the barbershop.
  • Sudden Sequel Death Syndrome:
    • Due to Madge Sinclair's passing in 1995, Queen Aoleon had died some time between the two films.
    • King Jaffe, being very old and sick, dies in the first few minutes of the film.
  • This Is Gonna Suck: Semmi's reaction when Akeem tells him they're going back to Queens. However, once he sees the neighborhood is thriving now due to gentrification, he doesn't mind being back.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass:
    • Akeem has begun to behave more like King Jaffe did: treating his wife and children in a regal but demeaning manner, refusing to allow Meeka to be his heir due to chase bank login to my account login being a woman and trying to force Lavelle into an Arranged Marriage like Jaffe once did for him. This is somewhat justified due to his newfound responsibility as king (he admits to trying to deal with problems by his father's methods), and the threat of General Izzi declaring war on Zamunda hanging over his head. Despite this, he comes around by the end, and reverts to his humble self we know and love.
    • In his final days, King Jaffe makes no secret that he has little respect for Akeem, completely loathes Semmi, and is ashamed of his own granddaughters. It probably doesn't help that he hasn't had Queen Aoleon to act as his Morality Chain in his last years.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Cleo seems to have become a much warmer, compassionate person. Though he was never a mean guy to begin with, just extremely money-hungry.
  • Vague Age: Though Clarence is the only barber that looks older than he did in pay bge bill in person, it’s unclear coming america 2 just how old the barbers are supposed to be, considering as a whole they've barely aged in the last thirty years. Unless they were all Younger Than They Looked in the first film—they should be dead by this point, or at least too old to still be doing their jobs.
  • Women Are Wiser: Discussed. When Akeem admits he wants to handle his problems the way he thinks his father would, Cleo tells him that he personally has always felt that Akeem's mother was the wiser of the two.
  • Your Approval Fills Me with Shame: Izzi compliments Akeem for his handling of Lavelle, saying that he used the young man as a chess piece for political peace just like his father King Jaffe would. Hearing that only makes Akeem feel uneasy.
  • Your Days Are Numbered: A variation. Baba tells Akeem that unless he finds a suitable heir (a male), he will be assassinated in a week by Nexdorian operatives.


If you were one of the millions that enjoyed Eddie Murphy’s Coming 2 America over the weekend, you’ll likely recall Prince Akeem’s luxurious Zamunda Palace. The fantastical abode looked like it’d been fabricated with some good old-fashioned movie magic, but, in reality, it’s actually the home of one of rap’s most formidable talents. That’s right, the mega-mansion belongs to the big boss Rick Ross.

Production designer Jefferson Sage and his team scouted myriad locations before selecting the rapper’s pad to serve as home to the royal family in the long-awaited sequel to the ‘88 classic Coming To America. Fitting, since the Ross residence is nothing short of palatial.

Located in Fayetteville, Ga., the estate spans some 235 acres and was previously owned by boxer Evander Holyfield. At its center is a 45,000-square-foot manse that boasts some 12 bedrooms and is, quite literally, fit for royalty.

Teyana Taylor and Wesley Snipes star in COMING 2 AMERICAPhoto Courtesy of Amazon Studios

Teyana Taylor and Wesley Snipes star inside Zamunda Palace.  Quantrell D. Colbert/Amazon Studios

The crew co-opted five key areas of the home to bring Zamunda to life. Jose peppers vegan options included the grandiose foyer with a double-winding staircase, two stately rooms that feature 18-foot ceilings and oversized windows, plus a generous dining room that can accommodate up to 100 guests (or, in the case of the film, roughly 50 royal subjects). The decadent main bedroom, meanwhile, was actually Ross’s own.

As for the exterior, the team relied on visual effects to enhance the façade and imbue it with fairytale-like accents. Of course, the original structure is nothing to sneeze at.

Speaking to Variety, Ross said that Coming to America may be his all-time favorite movie and he was elated to see Prince Akeem Joffer (Eddie Murphy) and his royal aid slash bestie Semmi (Arsenio Hall) in his home. It also helps the rapper scored a few unexpected-yet-welcome perks.

“They changed the wallpaper in the dining room so I asked them to keep it up there,” Ross told the outlet. “They also created that huge dining room table for a dining scene that seats 50-60 people, and they left that for me as a gift. It’s humungous.”

Eddie Murphy stars in COMING 2 AMERICA Photo Courtesy of Amazon Studios

Eddie Murphy returns as Prince Akeem Joffer in “Coming 2 America.”  Courtesy of Amazon Studios

It may not be the last time we see Ross’s Georgia mansion on the big screen, either. During an Instagram Live video, the rapper shared that the home he purchased for approximately $5.8 million in 2014 was paying for itself thanks to movies, production inquiries and visits. (In 2018, Architectural Digestshowed how the home transformed for the Set of 2018’s Superfly.) No doubt the newest exposure won’t hurt.

Indeed, Coming 2 America reportedly achieved the biggest opening weekend of films that premiered on streaming services in the past year, according to Amazon and rating firm Screen Engine/ASI. While the exact destination wedding locations usa of viewers has not been disclosed, Coming 2 America has been named the most-watched streaming movie on a given weekend during the pandemic. That’s a good thing, too, considering Amazon forked out $125 million for the film back in October.

If you were one of the few that didn’t watch it over the weekend, Coming 2 America is streaming now on Prime Video.


Nostalgia has been fuelling Hollywood productions for decades, with major film studios and several once-bankable stars counting on the truth that everything that once was old can simply be considered new, again. And we have more than enough examples now at our disposal to prove that popular movie franchises and beloved characters can be revived for a fitting go-around, so long as the new project honors its roots and justifies its existence. Bad Boys for Life, to use a recent example, satisfied fans of the series because it tapped into the deep pool of chemistry shared between Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, hired two co-directors who could mimic Michael Bay’s manic visual style, and gave the characters an actual case worthy of a sequel. There was good reason to blow the dust off of the Bad Boys property.

Coming 2 America, a comedy sequel several years in the making, won’t leave you as satisfied because it only addresses a portion of the above equation. It’s been 33 years since Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall brought Zamundan royalty from the tundras of Africa to the mean streets of Queens (so long, it seems, that this sequel actually plays a montage of scenes from the original comedy while a side character recalls the story of Prince Akeem, as if anyone’s watching Coming 2 America without having seen the original). But time has not been kind, and this tepid attempt to rekindle our interest in the series limps along on a rotating cycle of “Remember this?” gags and too-serious subplots involving Akeem’s expanded family members and the possibility of a military takeover that no one outside of Zamunda will care about.

The jokes in Coming 2 America are recycled from the original, but also neutered.

Original Coming to America director John Landis knew how to mine Murphy’s edgy comic talents, having worked with the megastar on Trading Places five years earlier, and inserted the defiantly confident standup comedian into a charming fish-out-of-water story about a pampered African royal who escapes to New York City to sow his wild oats. Murphy was an enormous box-office draw when Coming to America dropped, having had massive hits with 48 Hours, Beverly Hills Cop, and its sequel. Coming to America cemented his status as a comedic film icon while marking the beginning of another quirky trick in the actor’s arsenal -- his desire to play multiple roles in the same film by using layers of makeup and Rick Baker’s practical effects.

It’s hard for any movie to be as funny as the original Coming to America, and twice as difficult for a sequel to fill its predecessors shoes. Replacement director Craig Brewer chooses to recycle a fair share of the same jokes from the original film, but also water them down by adhering to a PG-13 rating. We revisit the classic barbershop, where Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall play multiple members of the trash-talking crew who were old as dirt when we met them, and haven’t aged much in three decades. Hall also gets to play his sexist minister Reverend Brown, and Murphy shimmies back into the tight suit of lounge singer Randy Watson.

You smile, because you remember when these gags were funny, but nothing happens in THIS movie to make them funny again. The comedy really is woefully unfunny, with the scattered attempts at humor falling extremely flat. I don’t want to chalk this up to the rating, because it should be incredibly easy for a good comedy to generate laughs with swearing. Take Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar. That’s one of the funniest movies to coming america 2 out in recent memory, and it’s PG-13. But there is something jarring about seeing a sequel to what was an edgy and R-rated comedy play it extremely safe in order to maintain its audience-friendly rating. “I am the MF-ing king!” Murphy yells at one point, and I winced, thinking how effortlessly this genius used to work the F-word into a pnc bank routing number for florida story used to set up Coming 2 America is weak.

There was a moment in Coming 2 America when I thought the sequel was going to pull a clever card from its sleeve to backdoor explain why the sequel was happening. The main plot revolves around Prince Akeem (Murphy) lacking a male heir as his father, King Jaffe Joffer (James Earl Jones), prepares to die. Akeem claims he has only been with one woman, Lisa (Shari Headley), only we are told that isn’t the case. I wondered if the four credited screenwriters found a line of dialogue or a mention from the original movie that could lead to the potential of a bastard heir.

Alas, no. The movie instead recreates scenes that didn’t happen in Coming to America so this sequel can introduce former Saturday Night Live co-star Leslie Jones as a one-night stand for the prince. It’s lame. It’s a toothpick-thin plot setup that the entire sequel rests on, and you all but have to accept it, no matter how ridiculous it feels. And it prompts a plot reversal that means Coming 2 America strips away the funniest parts of the original film -- Akeem and Semmi interacting with Americans -- in favor of a story that rests on the younger generation. I honestly fear that many tuning in for more adventures with Akeem won’t care nearly as much about where this movie goes.

Once the baton in Coming 2 America gets passed off, interest quickly fades.

Suitable jokes would ease a lot of Coming 2 America’s issues, but the reality is that once the story shifts its focus off Akeem and onto his bastard heir, Lavelle (Jermaine Fowler), the movie stops being funny. Completely. Where Coming to America routinely milked laughs out of the overly-courteous Akeem facing good-old American hostility, Lavelle simply has to get used to royal living, and nothing about it seems challenging. The story tries to cook up obstacles for him, like physical challenges where he must retrieve a whisker from a sleeping lion. It’s silly, and Fowler -- bless his heart -- isn’t anywhere near the gifted comedian that Murphy was (and still is) in a similar situation.

There are moments in the film that play well, and you can tell watching them that they were meant to be huge crowd laugh moments, edited by Brewer and his team to achieve maximum exposure with an opening-night audience. Wesley Snipes gets a grand introduction, and effortlessly steals each of his scenes. Morgan Freeman surprises as the Key Orator at a pivotal funeral, introducing En Vogue and Salt ‘n’ Peppa in a way that gets a chuckle. But man, this is supposed to be the long-awaited follow up to Coming to America! Why does it feel so toothless and safe?

It’s strange because there’s a conversation in the movie between two characters that feels likes it’s only included to comment on the movie in which the dialogue rests. Lavelle is wondering why anyone in Zamunda would admire American cinema when all we offer as a cultural output is “superhero shit, remakes, and sequels to old sequels nobody asked for?” He goes on to conclude, when discussing unnecessary sequels, that “if something is good, why ruin it?” Putting that dialogue in a sequel no one asked for isn’t clever, it’s just painfully accurate.

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Coming 2 America

2021 comedy film directed by Craig Brewer

This article is about the 2021 film. For other uses, see Coming to America (disambiguation).

Coming 2 America is a 2021 American comedy film that serves as a sequel to the 1988 film Coming to America starring Eddie Murphy. The film is directed by Craig Brewer from a screenplay by Kenya Barris, Barry W. Blaustein, and David Sheffield, and a story by Blaustein, Sheffield, and Justin Kanew, based on characters created by Murphy.[4] It stars Murphy, Arsenio Hall, Jermaine Fowler, Leslie Jones, Tracy Morgan, KiKi Layne, Shari Headley, Teyana Taylor, Wesley Snipes, and James Earl Jones.[5]

Originally to be theatrically released by Paramount Pictures, the film's distribution rights were sold to Amazon Studios because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Amazon released it digitally via Amazon Prime Video on March 4, 2021.[6]Coming 2 America received mixed reviews from critics.


On the 30th anniversary of his wedding with Lisa McDowell, Prince Akeem of Zamunda is summoned before his dying father, King Jaffe Joffer. Jaffe and his shaman Baba reveal to a baffled Akeem that he had sired a son during his first visit in Queens, New York, after his aide Semmi had enticed two women into spending the night with them while Akeem was still searching for his future queen. One of them inadvertently drugged Akeem, resulting in a tryst he did not remember. As Zamundian tradition demands that only a male successor can inherit the throne, and Akeem has fathered only daughters, Akeem is forced to travel back to Queens to retrieve his son. If not, Zamunda could face a hostile takeover by Zamunda's militaristic neighbor nation Nexdoria, whose dictator, General Izzi (the brother of Imani, Akeem's original arranged bride-to-be), has been pushing for Wix app customer service eldest daughter Meeka into marrying his foppish son, Idi.

Following King Jaffe's funeral and Akeem's ascension to king, he and Semmi travel back to Queens to find his illegitimate son. During a lighthearted reunion with the barbershop gang they bonded with, head barber Mr. Clarence informs them that the son in question is Lavelle Junson, a ticket scalper who hustles outside of Madison Square Garden. After an awkward connecticut homes for sale mls listings with Lavelle's mother Mary, Akeem takes them back to Zamunda, much to his family's displeasure. When General Izzi learns of this, he drops by to introduce his daughter Bopoto to Lavelle as a last shot at laying claim to the throne of Zamunda, but in order to qualify as a royal prince, Lavelle first has to pass a series of traditional - and hazardous - tests.

Lavelle is at first highly reluctant north dakota state vs south dakota state basketball place himself in danger, but then bonds with Mirembe, a royal groomer, who tells him of Akeem's quest to find his queen and encourages him to follow his own path. Lavelle then invites his uncle Reem, Mary's streetwise brother, to Zamunda who coaches him on how to blend his urban upbringing with his new royal status. Lavelle gradually develops an understanding with Akeem's family and, using his wits and some forced courage, he passes and is made Prince of Zamunda. However, at coming america 2 accession party, Lavelle overhears a conversation between Akeem and Izzi which makes him believe that Akeem is just exploiting him, and he, Mirembe, Mary and Reem go back to New Coming america 2. Upset at losing Mary, whom she has befriended, Lisa locks Akeem out of their bedroom. After a pep talk from his father-in-law Cleo, who reminds him of late Queen Aoleon's progressive mind, Akeem flies back to the States, while Semmi is left to stall Izzi, who intends to return the next day to either see Bopoto marry Lavelle or declare war.

Returning to Queens, Akeem finds that Lavelle and Mirembe are about to get married. Confronted by Lavelle and reminded of his own life story, he gives them his blessing and releases Lavelle from his marriage to Bopoto. When Mirembe expresses reluctance in the couple cutting all of their ties to Zamunda, Akeem offers to fly Mary's family back for a proper wedding. In the meantime, Semmi and the princesses, all trained staff fighters, fight off and subdue General Izzi when he invades the palace, forcing him to try a more diplomatic approach. Upon his return home, Akeem changes the royal succession by allowing his daughter Meeka to ascend to the throne upon his death, while Lavelle is made an ambassador to the United States, and General Izzi has opened Nexdoria for a como negociar divida com santander political and trading relationship. The film concludes with a grand party at the royal palace to celebrate Lavelle and Mirembe's marriage, including the barbers from Queens as special guests and a performance of the song "We Are Family" from Sexual Chocolate.


  • Eddie Murphy reprises his role as Prince / King Akeem Joffer, who is crowned king of Zamunda.[7]
    • Murphy also reprises his other roles from the first film: Randy Watson, the lead vocalist of the soul band Sexual Chocolate, as well as Mr. Clarence, the local barber, and Saul, the Jewish barbershop customer.
  • Arsenio Hall reprises his role of Semmi, Akeem's best friend and aide.
    • Hall also plays Reverend Brown, a pastor of the church;[8] as well as Mr. Clarence's right hand barber, Morris; and Baba, a witch doctor.[9] He also reappears his role of Extremely Ugly Girl from the first film through archival footage.
  • Jermaine Fowler as Lavelle Junson, Akeem's and Mary's son[10]
  • Leslie Jones as Mary Junson, Lavelle's mother[11][12]
  • Tracy Morgan as Reem Junson, Lavelle's uncle and Mary's brother.[13] He is referred to in the film as "Uncle Reems", and was Lavelle's father figure growing up.
  • KiKi Layne as Princess Meeka Joffer, Akeem's and Lisa's first daughter. She is ineligible to take over the throne of Zamunda since Zamundan law requires the nation's ruler to be male, and Akeem is reluctant to break with centuries of tradition.[14]
  • Shari Headley reprises her role of Queen Lisa Joffer, Akeem's American-born wife with whom he fell in love in the first film.
  • Wesley Snipes as General Izzi,[15] Imani's older brother and leader of Nexdoria[16][17]
  • Teyana Taylor as Bopoto Izzi, General Izzi's daughter[18]
  • James Earl Jones reprises as King Jaffe Joffer, Akeem's ailing father and the King of Zamunda.
  • Bella Murphy (Eddie Murphy's real daughter) as Princess Omma Joffer, Akeem's and Lisa's second daughter.[19][20]
  • Akiley Love as Princess Tinashe Joffer, Akeem's and Lisa's third daughter.[21]
  • Paul Bates reprises his role as Oha, a longtime royal servant.[22]
  • John Amos reprises his role of Cleo McDowell, Akeem's former employer and father-in-law and Lisa's father.
  • Louie Anderson reprises his role of Maurice, a longtime McDowell's employee, now the manager of the Zamunda McDowell's restaurant.
  • Rotimi as Idi Izzi, General Izzi's son and the Prince of Nexdoria.[23]
  • Vanessa Bell Calloway reprises as Imani Izzi, General Izzi's younger sister and Akeem's former intended bride.
  • Nomzamo Mbatha as Mirembe, a royal groomer and Lavelle's love interest[24]
  • Clint Smith reprises his role of Sweets, a barber.[25]
  • Kevin T. DeWitt as Nice Man, a barbershop patron.[26]
  • Luenell as Livia, Lavelle's aunt
  • Michael Blackson as Izzi's Lieutenant
  • Garcelle Beauvais reprises her role of Grace, a royal rose bearer
  • Trevor Noah as Totatsi Bibinyana, a Zamunda News Network anchor
  • Colin Jost as Mr. Duke, a descendant of the Duke Brothers from the 1983 film Trading Places[27]
  • Morgan Freeman as himself[28]
  • Davido as himself[29]
  • En Vogue as themselves
  • Salt-N-Pepa as themselves
  • Gladys Knight as herself
  • Dikembe Mutombo as himself
  • Rick Ross as General Izzi's Soldier
  • John Legend appears in a mid-credits scene singing "She's Your Queen to Be", which was sung by Paul Bates in the first film.



In January 2017, an announcement was publicized which addressed the impending production of a sequel to the original film, Coming to America. Kevin Misher was named as producer, and David Sheffield and Barry W. Blaustein, the original screenwriters, were also attached to the project. However, a possible participation of lead actors Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall was left undefined.[30]


On January 11, 2019, it was announced that the sequel would be moving forward with Murphy reprising his role, and Craig Brewer as director (having previously worked with Murphy on the Netflix film Dolemite Is My Name).[31] Arsenio Hall, Shari Headley, John Amos, Paul Bates, and James Earl Jones were expected to return for the sequel as well.[22]Wesley Snipes signed on for a role in the film, later revealed to be General Izzi, the son of Colonel Izzi and older brother of Imani from the first film. Leslie Jones and rapper Rick Ross also coming america 2 the cast in undisclosed roles.[32][33][34]

On June 18, 2019, Jermaine Fowler was cast in the film keybank mobile banking app a starring role.[35] On August 12, 2019, it was confirmed that Shari Headley would reprise her role as love interest Lisa McDowell.[36] On August 21, 2019, Nomzamo Mbatha,[37]Tracy Morgan, KiKi Layne, Luenell, Rotimi, Teyana Taylor, and Michael Blackson were added to the cast, alongside returning actors Louie Anderson, Vanessa Bell Calloway, and Garcelle Beauvais.[23][38]Madge Sinclair, who played Akeem's mother Queen Aoleon in the original film, died in December 1995; her character was not recast, but is featured in archive footage. In September 2019, Davido had been cast in a cameo role in the film.[29][39][40]

In October 2019, Samuel L. Jackson, who briefly appeared in the original film, was confirmed to not be reprising his role in the sequel due to scheduling bealls stage stores credit card Murphy said that if Jackson had been available for the cameo, his character would be again featured robbing the McDowells restaurant.[42] In December 2019, Morgan Freeman and Bella Murphy were cast in undisclosed roles.[19][28] In October 2019, Eriq La Salle stated that he will not reprise his role of Darryl Jenks from the original film due to scheduling conflicts.[43] In February 2021, Murphy stated that if the character of Darryl Jenks had returned, there could have been a romance with Patrice McDowell (portrayed by Allison Dean) due to the events at the end of the original film.[44]


Principal photography began on August 17, 2019, in Atlanta, Georgia, with Joe Williams serving as cinematographer.[45][46] Rick Ross confirmed during the same month that his Georgiamansion would be used as a location in the film.[47] On October 1, 2019, in an interview with Collider, Murphy confirmed that production on Beverly Hills Cop IV would commence after the filming of Coming 2 America has wrapped.[48] Filming officially wrapped on November 9, 2019.[49] Due to his age, James Earl Jones did not travel to the set or film his scenes with Murphy.[50]


The film's soundtrack was released through Def Jam Recordings on March 5, 2021.[51] In February 2021, Bobby Sessions and Megan Thee Stallion released "I'm a King" as its lead single.[52] The soundtrack also features other songs by various artists, including Big Sean, John Legend, Teyana Taylor, Davido, Burna Boy, and Salt-N-Pepa. [53]


Coming 2 America was released by Amazon Prime Video on March 4, 2021, one day earlier than was announced.[6] The film was initially scheduled to be theatrically released by Paramount Pictures on August 7, 2020,[54] but was pushed back to December 18, 2020, before the COVID-19 pandemic began.[55][56][57] On November 20, 2020, Amazon Studios acquired the distribution rights to the film for $125 million.[1]

Following its release, Amazon claimed the film had the best opening weekend of any streaming film since March 2020.[58]Nielsen later reported that the film totaled 1.4 billion minutes-watched over its first week of release (equaling 1.27 million complete views of the film), the first time a Prime Original topped the company's charts.[59]


On review aggregatorRotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 49% based on 245 reviews with an average rating of 5.4/10. The website's critics consensus reads, "Decades after its predecessor joked about the fine line between love and nausea, Coming 2 America reminds audiences that there's an equally fine line between sequel and retread."[60] On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 52 out of 100 based on closest food bank to me critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[61]

Cassie Da Costa of Vanity Fair reviewed the film unfavorably, writing that it is "startling in its utter incompetence" and "uses half-baked internet-era discourse as a substitute for meaningful or even entertaining cultural commentary".[62] Writing for The Guardian, critic Peter Bradshaw stated that "the movie is as tired and middle-aged as Akeem [the leading character] himself".[63] Peter Debruge of Variety said "For the most part, Coming 2 America falls back on familiar punchlines, serving up nearly word-for-word repeats of amusing bits from the original, but they don't are t mobile stores open today play the same in this context."[64]

Melanie McFarland of Salon gave the film a favorable review, writing that it "honors its predecessor" and overcomes some of the original film's datedness, by utilizing "more equitable comedy that skewers outdated patriarchal traditions."[65]Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle praised Eddie Murphy's performance, saying, "When he brings his dramatic capacities to comic roles, he's really at his best and most original. It's strange, these movies that create a warm feeling. It's hard to say why or how it feels like the summation of the three decades of virtuosic silliness that Murphy has brought to the screen, and of all that has meant to us."[66]

The film garnered controversy due to a scene that depicted a date rape towards an unconscious male in united community center humorous fashion with many viewers taking to Twitter to protest it.[67]


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