In the planned remake of White Men Can’t Jump, Jack Harlow is slated to play one of the lead roles. The three-time Oscar nominee Woody Harrelson, who portrayed Billy Hoyle in the original 1992 movie, recently spoke with Yahoo and gave Harlow his approval, saying he believes the reboot will be superior to the original.

During an interview for their film, The Man from Toronto, he added, “I feel terrific [about it].” “Jack will probably succeed, in my opinion. They’re going to produce a better film than we did. The prospect of viewing it excites me.

Rosie Perez, who plays Gloria Clemente in the first movie, recently talked to NME about the remake and how their on-screen chemistry was crucial to their success.

She expressed her desire for rekindling the spark that she, Wesley Snipes, and Woody Harrelson shared in May. “We’ve maintained our friendship over the years – not as ‘Hollywood buddies,’ but as genuine friends who contact one another and ask to meet out. It’s the most fun I’ve ever had on a set, and it’s indisputable that, 30 years later, that camaraderie is still present. The key was in the casting.

Jack Harlow was spotted on the White Men Can’t Jump set in Venice, California, earlier in June. Despite being cast in the renowned part, Harlow acknowledged he had never really seen the film before the acting opportunity.

At the Met Gala in May, he asked, “Can I be honest? “I was definitely aware of it because the title is well-known and I’ve seen the movie poster, but I didn’t see it until I was given the opportunity to play the part. Its timeless appeal is obvious.

The sports comedy film is being directed by Calmatic, a Pharrell and JAY-Z collaborator. Blake Griffin, a current NBA player, and Ryan Kalil, a former NFL player, are also executive producers.