White Men Can’t Jump Release Date, Cast, Plot, And Everything We Know So Far

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The upcoming American comedy film White Men Can’t Jump is a sports movie directed by Calmatic and written by Kenya Barris and Doug Hall, based on a scenario that the three devised together with Ron Shelton. It is a reimagining of the film of the same name, released in 1992. Alongside Teyana Taylor, Laura Harrier, Vince Staples, Myles Bullock, and Lance Reddick in one of his final cinematic performances before his death in March 2023, it stars Sinqua Walls and Jack Harlow in the lead roles. Sinqua Walls is making his acting debut, and Jack Harlow is also making his acting debut. It is planned that White Men Can’t Jump will become available on Hulu on May 19th, 2023.

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The original version of White Men Can’t Jump from 1992, which starred Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes, is considered a sports comedy classic, partly because of the natural connection between the two stars. Next month, Hulu will debut an updated version of the movie that has been remade under the direction of Calmatic and features Sinqua Walls and Jack Harlow, two actors who are also accomplished basketball players. Walls participated in college athletics. In the movie, Harlow is very proficient, completing all his dunks. This emphasis on employing actors with significant basketball talents should result in an interesting sports picture, particularly if Harlow and Walls can achieve the same connection and humorous timing that Snipes and Harrelson have in their work together.


  • Sinqua Walls as Kamal
  • Jack Harlow as Jeremy
  • Lance Reddick as Benji
  • Teyana Taylor as Imani
  • Laura Harrier as Tatiana
  • Myles Bullock as Renzo
  • Vince Staples as Speedy
  • Zak Steiner as Phillip Williamson
  • J. Alphonse Nicholson as Jermaine
  • Aiden Shute as Drew
  • Bentley Green as Jacoby
  • Andrew Schulz as TJ
  • James Earl as Mooch
  • Stan Verrett
  • Blake Griffin
  • Taylor Rooks as Tyler Herro
  • Dazeran Jones as Duke Skywalka

What is the Release Date Of White Men Can’t Jump?

It is planned that White Men Can’t Jump will be released on May 19th, 2023, which will be just around the time of the NBA Conference Finals and Finals, both of which are planned to begin in the middle of May and June 1st, respectively.

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Who is the Director of White Men Can’t Jump?

Calmatic is the professional moniker of American filmmaker Charles Kidd II, who hails from Los Angeles. He is most recognized for his work on music videos and advertisements.

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Calmatic is also a commercial director, directing advertisements for brands such as Target and Sprite. The “All People Are Tax People” advertisement he created for TurboTax debuted during the 2020 Super Bowl. During that same year, he was honored with the Ad Age Director of the Year award.

What is the Plot of White Men Can’t Jump?

The plot of the remake of “White Men Can’t Jump” is virtually identical to that of the original film, which was released in 1992 and starred Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes. Jack Harlow, who plays the role of a talented basketball player, teams up with Sinqua Walls, who plays the role of another skilled player, to hustle competition that underestimates him.

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The following is the story summary for the remake of the film White Men Can’t Jump:

This new version of the classic film “White Men Can’t Jump” depicts the streetball hustling culture prevalent in Los Angeles. The original film was released in 1992. Jack Harlow, a multi-platinum rap superstar, makes his movie debut as Jeremy, a previous game star whose injuries interrupted his career. Sinqua Walls is featured in the film as Kamal, a once-promising player whose future in the sport was destroyed. At the same time, Sinqua Walls plays the role of Jeremy. The two ballers, who are complete opposites and appear to be separated by a great distance, discover that they may have more in common with one another than they ever dreamed imaginable while juggling precarious relationships, financial demands, and major internal difficulties.

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