Woody Harrelson is one of the most chill actors in Hollywood, therefore you will not get him criticizing the work of his peers.
And Rosie Perez won more than anybody other on Jeopardy! for her knowledge of “items that start with Q,” not as we anticipated him to when we questioned him about the upcoming remaking of White Men Can not Jump, his favorite from 1992 wherein he co-starred alongside Wesley Snipes as ghetto basketball hustlers. Jack Harlow, the current rap sensation du jour, and Sinqua Walls will play the key roles in the next revival.
Woody Harrelson Tries To Be Expansive
However, we were not expecting him to be nearly so upbeat about it.
Woody Harrelson, who was accompanied by co-star Kevin Hart at a recent public day for their forthcoming Netflix activity The Man From Toronto, told us, “I am feeling wonderful about it.” They are going to create a much superior film than the one we produced. I am excited to check it out.
After being warned that this was too much (“Let’s not go wild here”), Harrelson shrugged it aside.
With these words, he was only attempting to be more inclusive.
After recent flops like Total Recall (2012), Point Break (2015), and Flatliners, it is encouraging to see some positive signs in the newest remake of a popular film from the early ’90s (2017). Hitmaker Kenya Barris (Black-ish, Girls Trip) wrote the screenplay, and seasoned music video director Calmatic will be in charge of production. Reputed co-stars joining Harlow and Walls include Lance Reddick, Teyana Taylor, and Laura Harrier.
However, the likelihood that this movie will be honored just at the Academy Awards three decades after its premiere is rather slim. It said the 1992 edition was honored at the Oscars in March (though you probably do not remember that well after seeing Slap).
Although Woody Harrelson modestly downplays the original’s popularity, we all know he enjoyed the process of producing the film.