Ice Cube’s "Friday" Sequel Is Well Underway


We are witnessing the Ice Cube renaissance. He is presently 49-years-old and many years faraway from his N.W.A. heyday, however he is obtained his fingers in additional issues that many of the youthful technology might ever dream of. After the discharge of the Straight Outta Compton film a number of years in the past, evidently he is been re-inspired: he began a correct Three-on-Three basketball league (lengthy overdue), launched a brand new album referred to as Everythang’s Corrupt and now, is deep within the writing and casting course of to an upcoming sequel to his 1995 traditional, Friday, with Chris Tucker (the place is he now?) 

Cube talked to Zane Lowe on Beats 1 radio about it, saying that he is presently “writing” but in addition that he is obtained some extra concrete concepts about who will act in it: “to me, we obtained nice actors within the film, you realize? Some comedians, some simply nice actors. So the film’s gonna have the fitting chemistry — that to me shouldn’t be something to fret about. It’s extra about have they got the fabric that they’ll take and switch into magic. It’s on me to place that of their fingers.”

Although no launch date his been set, evidently the film is effectively on its technique to completion, with Mike Epps apparently on board. Let the trailer for the unique tide you over till then: