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These 15 Celebrities Are Over 90 & Still Making A Huge Mark in Hollywood!

Age is just a number!

While the world lost the legendary icon Betty White this week, there are actually a handful of other stars who are still working into their 90s.

We’ve rounded up a handful of actors and celebrities who have entered their 90s, who are actually more active now than they were seventy years ago – some have even gone to space!

Click inside our slideshow to meet all the Nonagenarian celebrities, that means 90+, who are still working!

Richest 'Star Wars' Cast Members (Including Disney+'s Newest Release 'Boba Fett') Ranked From Lowest to Highest

Since the release of Episode IV: A New Hope in 1977, Star Wars has grown into a massive franchise spanning multiple movies, television series and video games.

Fox Business wrote in 2020 that combined box-office total for all the films was around $10 billion worldwide, making the franchise among the highest-earning of all time.

To mark the release of Disney+‘s new series The Book of Boba Fett, we’ve compiled a list of some of the biggest names from the Star Wars universe and ranked their estimated net worth from lowest to highest. Click through the slideshow to find out who made it to the number one spot!

Watch a New 'Coming 2 America' Trailer!

Coming 2 America is coming!

The highly anticipated sequel to the beloved 1988 comedy Coming to America is arriving on Amazon Prime Video on March 5, and a new trailer arrived on Wednesday (February 3).

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Eddie Murphy

The movie stars Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall reprising their roles as Prince Akeem and Semmi. The two actors will also reprise their roles of the My-T-Sharp Barber Shop’s Clarence, Saul and Morris as well as Reverend Brown and Randy Watson, lead singer of the band Sexual Chocolate.

Here’s a plot summary: “In the sequel, directed by Craig Brewer, newly-crowned King Akeem and Semmi embark on a new adventure that has them traversing the globe from Zamunda, back to Queens.”

Original cast members returning including James Earl Jones, Shari Headley, John Amos and Louie Anderson, while new additions to the cast include Wesley Snipes, Leslie Jones, Tracy Morgan, Jermaine Fowler, Bella Murphy, Rotimi, KiKi Layne, Nomzamo Mbatha and Teyana Taylor.

Coming to America was a cultural phenomenon that is one of the most loved and celebrated comedies of all time. Thanks to Eddie Murphy’s comedic genius along with the brilliant filmmakers, writers and fabulous cast, we couldn’t be more excited to celebrate this new adventure. We know audiences around the world will fall in love with this hilarious, joyful movie that will surely become a timeless favorite,” said Amazon’s Jennifer Salke.

Eddie Murphy recently celebrated after winning this award for the first time!

James Earl Jones Reveals His Wish While Celebrating His 90th Birthday

James Earl Jones is celebrating being another decade older!

The legendary actor turned 90-years-old on Sunday, January 17.

ahead of his birthday, James opened up about how he was planning on celebrating while at his home in upstate New York.

“I’ll make an exception and enjoy a slice of strawberry shortcake, my favorite!” James shared with USA Today.

“Looking back at my life and extensive career, I am so proud of my work and accomplishments,” James added. “I love growing older and wiser with time.”

Also in the interview, James revealed what he’ll be wishing for when he blows out all of his birthday candles.

“In order for us to heal and move forward, we need to learn to love and respect each other,” James said. “That will be my wish when I blow out my birthday candles.”

James also said that he’s “feeling fantastic and grateful” and that he plans on continue to work “for as long as I can.”

James will next be appearing in Coming 2 America alongside Eddie Murphy, which will debut on Amazon Prime Video on March 5. Watch the trailer here!

Eddie Murphy's 'Coming 2 America' Trailer Is Finally Here - Watch Now!

The trailer for Coming 2 America, the sequel to the hit 1988 movie Coming to America, is finally here!

Here’s a synopsis: Set in the lush and royal country of Zamunda, newly-crowned King Akeem (Eddie Murphy) and his trusted confidante Semmi (Arsenio Hall) embark on an all-new hilarious adventure that has them traversing the globe from their great African nation to the borough of Queens, New York – where it all began.

Jermaine Fowler, Leslie Jones, Tracy Morgan, KiKi Layne, Shari Headley, with Wesley Snipes and James Earl Jones also star.

The film will debut on Amazon Prime on March 5, 2021. Be sure to check it out! Will you be streaming the film when it debuts?

Watch the trailer for the highly anticipated sequel…

Leslie Jones & Kiki Layne to Join Eddie Murphy in 'Coming to America' Sequel!

Eddie Murphy, Leslie Jones and Kiki Layne are set to star in the upcoming Coming to America sequel!

Leslie is still in negotiations, while Kiki is set to join Eddie on the project, which is called Coming 2 America, according to THR on Wednesday (August 7).

Production is set to begin later in August on the follow-up film, directed by Craig Brewer.

The new story “sees Akeem, now set to become king, discovering he has a son he never knew about, a street-savvy Queens native named Lavelle. Honoring his father’s dying wish to groom his son as a new crowned prince, Akeem must once again return to America.”

Wesley Snipes is in the cast, as well as Arsenio Hall to reprise his role as Akeem’s right-hand man. James Earl Jones will return as Akeem’s father.

Leslie‘s role is being kept under wraps, while Kiki will play Akeem’s daughter, “burdened with feeling like she is the son her father never had.”

The movie is set to be released on December 18, 2020.

'Lion King' Director Explains Why James Earl Jones Skipped World Premiere

The world premiere of The Lion King occurred earlier this week in Los Angeles, and one member of the cast was noticeably missing.

Fans started to worry about James Earl Jones after the 88-year-old actor skipped out on the premiere of the film and was not featured in the promotional cast shoot. But according to director Jon Favreau, they have nothing to worry about.

“He’s based on the East Coast. This is something that takes a lot out of you to do,” Jon shared with USA Today. “So his participation was geared more toward his performance.”

James first voiced Mufasa in the 1994 animated film and reprised his role for the 2019 live-action remake.

“He was incredibly gracious to participate in this,” Jon continued. “I don’t know what I would have done had he not.”

The Lion King hits theaters on Friday, July 19th.