EXCLUSIVE: Myles Bullock (BMF) and Vince Staples (Lazor Wulf) are the latest additions to 20th Century Studios’ cast. white men can’t jump to restart. They join an ensemble that also includes Jack Harlow, Sinqua Walls, Lance Reddick, Teyana Taylor, Laura Harrier, Tamera ‘Tee’ Kissen and more, as previously announced.
The next film will offer a new version of Ron Shelton’s 1992 sports comedy, starring Woody Harrelson, Wesley Snipes and Rosie Perez, which saw black and white basketball hustlers join forces to double their chances of winning gold. money on the street courts and in a basketball tournament. . Harlow steps into the role created by Harrelson, with Walls taking on Snipes. Bullock will play Renzo, one of Kamal’s (Walls) best friends since high school. Sarcastic and a little clumsy, he’s the tallest player on the court who hates being forced to grab rebounds, but he’ll step up his game if it means supporting the team. Details about Staples’ role were not disclosed.
white men can’t jump celebrated its 30th anniversary at the 94th Academy Awards, with Harrelson, Snipes and Perez in attendance. The reboot is helmed by veteran music video director Calmatic, who edited the upcoming house party remake for New Line. Kenya Barris wrote the screenplay with Doug Hall and produced through his Khalabo Ink Society banner. Blake Griffin, Ryan Kalil and Noah Weinstein are executive producers through their Mortal Media banner, alongside Doug Hall and E. Brian Dobbins.
Bullock is a member of the prestigious PlayMaker’s Repertory Company in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, who was recently seen in the Starz crime drama series. BMF from executive producer Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson,” as well as Marvel’s Runaways.
Staples is an actor and rapper best known for his studio albums, including DST ’06, big fish theory, FM!, Vince Staples and last April Ramona Park broke my heart. He voiced the main character in the Adult Swim animated series Lazor Wulf and was also seen on HBO Insecureas well as in films such as Gully and Dope.
Bullock is represented by APA and Liberman-Zerman Management; Staples by Motown Records, WME, Blacksmith and ID PR.