Ice Cube In Talks With New Line Cinema To Make Another Sequel To 'Friday'
Featured image credit: Ice Cube/Twitter
Ice cube has tweeted his support for another sequel to the Friday trilogy, entitled Last Friday.
The rapper posted the update below a mock-up piece of art showing the original cast of the cult stoner comedy in a scene reminiscent of the Last Supper.
According to Cube, 47, he has been in talks with New Line Cinema about the potential of Last Friday. "We had a meeting," he wrote. "Can't do Last Friday unless we can do it right. Ball is in New Line Cinema's hands. Bat is in mine."
The first Friday film was co-written by Ice Cube along with DJ Pooh and released in 1995. The budget of $3 million brought in a whopping $30 million at the box office.
We had a meeting. Can't do Last Friday unless we can do it right. Ball is in New Line Cinema's hands. Bat is in mine pic.twitter.com/IEL6QhOUqv
- Ice Cube (@icecube) August 22, 2016
The sequels were less successful, arguably due to the absence of Chris Tucker, who had starred in the first movie.
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Words by Josh Teal
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