Jack Harlow Featured In First Look At ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ Remake

Rapper Jack Harlow stars in a new teaser for the White Men Can’t Jump remake.

Harlow will be making his feature film debut in Hulu‘s upcoming remake. He stars opposite Sinqua Walls in the remake of Ron Shelton‘s 1992 original. White Men Can’t Jump drops Hulu on May 19.

In the 30-second clip, Harlow and Walls can be seen playing basketball and debating the the merits of their favorite filmmakers- P.T. Anderson and Spike Lee.

“I am like the P.T. Anderson of basketball psychological warfare,” Harlow’s character, Jeremy, says to Walls’ Kamal, who responds, “Who is P.T. Anderson?” He’s only “our greatest living director,” according to Jeremy.

“Spike Lee is our greatest living director,” Kamal counters, to which Jeremy says, “Spike Lee’s not even a good Knicks fan!”

Meanwhile, Harlow dropped his second studio album, Come Home the Kids Miss You, last May, featuring hits like “First Class” and “Churchill Downs.”

(Photo: Urban Wyatt)

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