Jack Harlow lands lead role in ‘White Men Can’t Jump’ reboot

Ever since the release of his platinum track “WHATS POPPIN” that’s all Jack Harlow’s career has been: POPPIN.

The 23-year-old superstar has been one of the most recognizable figures in pop-culture in recent years, and has been staying plenty busy due to the gigs he has been rapidly acquiring. Along with inking a deal with New Balance sponsor, was featured on Lil Nas X’s platinum track “Industry Baby,” earned a feature on Kanye West’s Donda 2, Harlow recently delivered his Billboard charting track “Nail Tech.”

Now, Harlow is set to make his acting debut after landing the lead role in the reboot of the classic 90’s movie “White Men Can’t Jump.” The original film starred actor Woody Harrelson, but will now feature the Louisville native as the reboot is currently in the works, according to Deadline.

Harlow supposedly wowed the producers in his first-ever acting audition and instantly got the role. Luckily for the film, Harlow has plenty of basketball experience and has proved himself to be a decent hooper. He recently played in the celebrity game over NBA All-Star Weekend and was even a host with Druski during last year’s Crew League in 2021.

Although the film does not have a release date quite yet, we can confirm that the film will be produced by Kenya Barris and executive produced by NBA All-Star Blake Griffin, NFL player Ryan Kalil and Noah Weinstein of Mortal Media.

Stay tuned for more updates on the upcoming film, as it is sure to be a special one.

Stream “Nail Tech” below!

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