New Version Of “White Men Can’t Jump,” Dreezy Sets Debut Date, Big Boi Announces New Album


“Black-Ish” creator Kenya Barris is developing a remake of sports comedy “White Men Can’t Jump.”

by Ace Cannon

Woody Harrelson (as Billy Hoyle), Wesley Snipes (as Sidney Deane)
From the film ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ – 1992

Barris is teaming up with U.S. basketball player Blake Griffin and football player Ryan Kalilto produce the project. The TV producer will also write the script for the movie, according to reports. The original 1992 film starred Woody Harrelson, Wesley Snipes, and Rosie Perez.

Chicago rapper Dreezy has announced her full-length debut “No Hard Feelings” will land in stores on July 15. The latest work from Dreezy follows her EP, “From Now On,” which featured production by Metro Boomin and Southside. Earlier this week, Dreezy debuted her new song “Close To You” from the album on Zane Lowe’s Beats1 radio show with Apple Music. “No Hard Feelings” will only be available through Apple Music for the first week, before becoming available on other streaming platforms.

Outkast member Big Boi has announced a new solo album is on the way. Big Boi let his 424,000 followers on Instagram know that album had been completed on MLK Day. Although he didn’t reveal much more information, it looks like the album will be titled Daddy Fat Saxxx.