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Ice Cube Announces ‘Last Friday’ Movie Could Be in the Works

Ice Cube Announces 'Last Friday' Movie Could Be in the Works

After years of setbacks and false hopes, the long-awaited sequel to Ice Cube’s “Friday” series might finally be on the horizon. In a recent episode of Public Enemy’s Flavor Flav’s Sirius XM show, “Flavor of the Week,” Ice Cube discussed the possibility of a fourth “Friday” movie coming to fruition.

Less than two years ago, Ice Cube appeared on “Drink Champs” and revealed that Warner Bros. had rejected the script for the tentatively titled “Last Friday.” However, with new leadership at the studio, there seems to be renewed hope.

“We finally got some traction with Warner Brothers,” Ice Cube stated. “They have new leadership. My man Mike DeLuca, who used to be at New Line [Cinema] when I first started, when I first did the first ‘Friday’ and ‘Players Club’ and ‘All About the Benjamins.’ Mike DeLuca was there, so now he’s running Warner Brothers.”

Reflecting on his frustrations with Warner Bros., Ice Cube mentioned the loss of key actors over the years, including John Witherspoon, Tiny “Zeus” Lister Jr., and Anthony Johnson.

“I was a little hot ’cause they had took so long,” he continued. “Because John Witherspoon passed away, Tiny passed away, A.J. Johnson passed away. Man, we keep losing people. And y’all keep d**king around not doing the movie the way it need to be done.”

Despite these setbacks, it appears the around,barriers have finally been broken, and “Last Friday” may soon become a reality.

“They want to do it. But the key is it gotta be done,” Ice Cube emphasized. “So, they finally came to their senses.”

The original “Friday” was released in theatres in 1995, followed by “Next Friday” in 2000, and “Friday After Next” in 2002. Fans have been eagerly awaiting another installment, and with these recent developments, it looks like they might not have to wait much longer.


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