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Jack Harlow Reflects on Working with Late Lance Reddick in ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ Remake

In his film debut, rapper Jack Harlow shares his experience working with the late Lance Reddick in the upcoming remake of the hit comedy ‘White Men Can’t Jump.’ Read on to learn more about Harlow’s tribute to Reddick and his excitement for his acting career. The movie is set to stream on Hulu starting May 19.

Jack Harlow, the talented rapper known for hits like “What’s Poppin,” is stepping into the world of acting with his debut role in the highly-anticipated remake of the 1992 comedy ‘White Men Can’t Jump.’ As the release date approaches, Harlow recently spoke about his experience working with the late Lance Reddick, one of his co-stars in the film.

During the premiere of ‘White Men Can’t Jump,’ Harlow expressed how much of an honor it was to collaborate with Reddick, who tragically passed away before the film’s completion. With a tinge of sadness in his voice, Harlow described being around the legendary actor as “an absolute pleasure.”

Although Harlow’s time on set with Reddick was limited to just two days, he emphasized the immense respect he had for the John Wick star. Reflecting on Reddick’s legacy, Harlow paid tribute to him, saying, “Rest in peace to Lance.”

Reddick’s sudden passing in March, at the age of 60, shocked and saddened the entertainment industry. Mia Hansen, Reddick’s publicist, confirmed that the accomplished actor had passed away due to natural causes. The news left fans and colleagues mourning the loss of an incredible talent.

In the ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ remake, directed by Calmatic, Harlow takes on the role of Jeremy alongside his co-star Sinqua Walls, who plays Kamal. The two characters are basketball hustlers with seemingly contrasting personalities. However, they discover unexpected similarities and join forces to earn extra cash. Reddick portrays the character of Benji in this comedic tale penned by Kenya Barris and Doug Hall.

For Harlow, the opportunity to work on such a renowned project and make his acting debut was a thrilling experience. Speaking with Entertainment Tonight, the rapper expressed his enthusiasm for the big screen, saying, “It felt good. It makes me hungry, I want more.” Clearly, Harlow has caught the acting bug and is eager to explore further opportunities in the industry.

Apart from Harlow and Walls, the ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ remake boasts an impressive cast including Teyana Taylor, Laura Harrier, Vince Staples, and Myles Bullock. With such talent involved, fans eagerly anticipate the release of the film on Hulu, where it will start streaming on May 19.

As we approach the premiere date, Jack Harlow’s heartfelt words about the late Lance Reddick serve as a reminder of the enduring impact that talented actors leave behind. Harlow’s foray into acting is undoubtedly just the beginning of an exciting new chapter in his career, and fans can’t wait to witness his on-screen talents in ‘White Men Can’t Jump.’

Don’t miss the chance to catch the remake of this classic comedy on Hulu, starting May 19. Prepare for an entertaining ride as Harlow and the stellar cast bring their own unique flavor to ‘White Men Can’t Jump.’

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