Joseph Gordon-Levitt shares why he was treated like this while working on Beverly Hills Cop 4

The term “legacy sequel” is just beginning to emerge, but the trend it describes has been going strong for about a decade (supposedly starting with 2010’s “Tron: Legacy”). As each new legacy sequel is made, it allows the filmmakers of the original as well as the new cast and crew to reflect on how the first films impacted pop culture. As Gordon-Levitt described in a recent interview at Collidergrowing up with the movies was the most important thing on his mind during filming:

“The first thing I remember when learning the piano is the theme song, Axel F, isn’t it? […] I have a brother who loves Eddie Murphy who loves ‘Beverly Hills Cop’, as well as ‘Raw’, ‘Delirious’ and his stuff on SNL. So it was childhood, one of such deep relationships. “

Most people can relate to that sentiment, but this writer can relate even harder: Me too, have fond memories of typing on the piano keys as a child, trying to play. Harold Faltermeyer’s iconic “Axel F” theme from officially licensed music. I still don’t know why they never called me or JGL to score for sequels, alas.

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