Eddie Murphy is making reunion with his "Norbit" co-star Katt Williams at DreamWorks to work on a comedy flick entitled "Marshals."
Apparently pleased by the box-office result "Norbit" has pulled so far, DreamWorks once again is uniting Eddie Murphy and Katt Williams under its roof to spark another comedy feature together.
Simply titled "Marshals", the project is said to focus on the first black marshals of the Old West. Williams and Murphy have both been confirmed to take starring part there with the former also penning the script and the latter handling producing matters as well.
Murphy, who won a Golden Globe Award January this year for his role in "Dreamgirls", sure will get busier for years ahead as he has already been attached to a number of film projects like "Starship Dave", "NowhereLand", and "Shrek 4" (aka The Next Shrek) plus two untitled flicks besides "Marshals."
As for Williams, the funnyman recently shot "The Pimp Chronicles Part 2" in Chicago, the follow-up to his stand-up HBO show "The Pimp Chronicles Pt. 1", while embarking on a U.S. stand-up tour that kicked off with two sold-out shows at Radio City Music Hall.