Hollywood is preparing another remake of the film of the 90s - this time the producers decided to shoot a new version of the sports comedy " White people can't jump ". According to the news site The Hollywood Reporter , he is responsible for the project Kenya Burris , creator of the successful sitcom Black-ish .|
According to the source, Burris will not only write the script for the remake, but will also share the production functions with two athletes - basketball player Blake Griffin and American football player Ryan Kalil, who recently moved into the film business. The project is supervised by 20th Century Fox .
The original, directed by Ron Shelton from his own script, tells the story of Billy Hoyle (Woody Harrelson), a former college basketball player. He makes his living by cheating other players who firmly believe that white basketball players turn out to be worthless. Once Billy meets the star of the streets of Sydney Dean (Wesley Snipes), and a serious confrontation ensues between the guys ...
Kenya Burris is best known for his work on television, but he penned the script for the triquel Barber Shop. Also Burris continues, together with the studio New Line to prepare a remake of "Shaft".
The Topic of Article: Fox will teach white people to jump again.