Profbasketballers work to remake White Men Can’t Jump
The American profbasketballers Blake Griffin (Los Angeles Clippers) and Ryan Kalil (Carolina Panthers) create a new version of the nineties-the comedy White Men Can’t Jump.
The two will film, produce, and Kenya Barris, the creator of the popular American komedieserie Black-ish, is writing the script. Reports that Variety Tuesday.
In the film from 1992, which revolves around two basketball players who decide to work together, performed Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes in the lead roles.
It is not yet known which actors will play a role in the new version.