A remake of the classic 1990s basketball comedy, White Men Can’t Jump, is in the works.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Black-ish creator Kenya Barris is teaming up with Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin and NFL star Ryan Kalil to develop the remake for 20th Century Fox.
Barris will write the script and will also act as a producer, alongside both Griffin and Kalil, who are producing via their Mortal Media banner.
The original White Men Can’t Jump hit theaters in 1992, and starred Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes as two street basketball hustlers, who at first try to hustle each other before teaming up for a bigger score.
Rosie Perez also appeared in the film as Harrelson’s longtime girlfriend, who dreamed of appearing the long-running TV game show, Jeopardy!
Details about the remake are currently unknown.