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After 30 years after its original release, we’re officially getting a remake of the classic comedy White Men Can’t Jump. Except, instead of Woody Harrelson starring in the lead role, Jack Harlow is making his acting debut in the film out Friday (May 19).
Harlow, who recently topped the Billboard‘s Top Rap Album chart with his album Jackman, steps into character acting alongside another familiar artist-turned-actress, Teyana Taylor.
The retelling takes inspiration from the original ’90s movie, but this time around the story has been given a contemporary twist. Harlow plays the character Jeremy who is described as a “former star of the game whose injuries stalled his own career,” according to the Hulu description.
The rapper, alongside The Nanny actor Sinqua Walls (who plays Kamal in the film), team up to form an unlikely partnership as they create a hustling gig where they can earn fast cash playing basketball. This won’t be the only time we see Harlow on the big screen (or, in this case, TV) as the Kentucky native wants to keep acting.
Read below for details on when and how to stream the movie for free.
How to Stream Jack Harlow’s Movie Online
White Men Can’t Jump will premiere Friday on Hulu for no extra cost if you’re a subscriber. If you’re not already subscribed to Hulu, now’s your chance to join for free for the first month.
Hulu has various tiered plans available starting at $7.99/month (or $79.99/year) so you can watch everything from White Men Can’t Jump, Only Murders in The Building, The 1619 Project, Koala Man, How I Caught My Killer and more Hulu originals. If you prefer watching your favorite shows and movies without any commercials, then you can get the ad-free premium version for $14.99/month.
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Watch the White Men Can’t Jump trailer below.