The remake marks the film debut of Jack Harlow White Men Can’t Jump And he’s starring alongside Sinqua Walls. Check out the full preview in the video posted above!
A teaser has been dropped for the upcoming movie and shows the banter between Harlow’s Jeremy and Walls’ Kamal. In the preview, the film’s stars argue about who is the best living film director.
“I’m like the PT Anderson of basketball’s psychological warfare,” Jeremy told Kamal, drawing a blank about who he was.
Jeremy added, “Our greatest living director”, to which Kamal countered and said, “Spike Lee is our greatest living director.”
“Spike Lee isn’t even a good Knicks fan,” Jeremy countered.
“I knew it was a mistake,” added Kamal.
Jeremy Paul was referring to Thomas Anderson, the director behind the film Hard Eight, boogie night, Magnolia, There will be bloodAnd Licorice Pizza, to name just a few. Lee has his own film classics Do the right thing, jungle fever, get on the busAnd BlackKlansman.
Its new version White Men Can’t Jump Set to release May 19 on Hulu. The remake was directed by Charles Kidd II, known as Calmatic, and written by Kenya Barris, based on the 1992 Ron Shelton film.
White Men Can’t Jump 20th Century Studios also stars Lance Reddick, Teyana Taylor, Laura Harrier, Tamera ‘Tee’ Kissen, Myles Bullock and Vince Staples, among others.