Jack Harlow, the popular American rapper, is set to make his acting debut in the upcoming movie adaptation of the iconic 90s basketball comedy “White Men Can’t Jump”. The news of his involvement in the project has generated a lot of buzz among fans and movie enthusiasts alike.
The new movie is being developed by Twentieth Century Studios and produced by Kenya Barris, the creator of the critically acclaimed TV series “Black-ish.” While details about the plot and Harlow’s role are still under wraps, fans are eagerly waiting to see what fresh perspective this new adaptation will bring to the beloved classic.
“White Men Can’t Jump” originally released in 1992 and starred Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson as two street basketball hustlers who team up to win big in Los Angeles. The movie was a commercial success and went on to become a cult classic among sports movie fans.
With Jack Harlow on board, the new “White Men Can’t Jump” promises to be an exciting project to look out for. Fans of the original movie and the rapper’s music are eagerly anticipating its release, which unfortunately, as of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021 and my current training up to April 2023, there have been no new updates regarding its release date.