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Blake Griffin and Ryan Kalil Will Produce 'White Men Can't Jump' Remake

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I feel like it's safe to say that audiences aren't exactly clamoring for a White Men Can't Jump remake, but the project has promising potential.

Barris is producing and writing the script for the revamped "White Men Can't Jump" under the overall film deal he signed with Fox in September.

Giving Barris an assist on the film are Carolina Panthers center Ryan Kalil and someone who knows a lot about dunking, Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin.

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Ron Shelton's original film starred Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson as street basketball players who join forces to hustle their opponents. But he won't be the only one working behind the scenes to make it happen. Griffin and Kalil will produce through their Mortal Media banner, along with their partner Noah Weinstein. The news is somewhat timely, considering White Men Can't Jump will be celebrating its 25 year anniversary on March 27. At the same time, Billy's girlfriend Gloria is obsessed with winning on Jeopardy, a somewhat tangential storyline that ties in better than it sounds thanks to Rosie Perez being her excellent self.

In addition to "Black-ish", Barris' company is developing a remake of "Shaft" for New Line. Honestly, it all hinges on who they cast in the lead roles.

Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson. The most important thing is ensuring that the two have chemistry, both as teammates and adversaries.

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