A new ‘Last Friday’ movie poster surfaced online yesterday promoting the last installment of Ice Cube’s (real name O’Shea Jackson) “Friday” movie franchise featuring Chris Tucker on it.
For a while, there have been rumors about 42-year-old rapper, writer, producer, Ice Cube, putting his 1995 movie series to rest with a final film.
In an interview with MTV, Ice Cube finally confirmed the rumor. He announced that he is currently finishing up the writing for the final movie, which is titled “Last Friday.” In an exclusive interview with Global Grind, when was asked if Tucker was actually back on board, Cube replies:
I hope so. I got a part written in for him. It’s really about Chris. I’m not going to beg him to be in the movie, but I’m going to ask him…twice. (laughs) And hopefully he’ll do it.
Ice Cube finally did confirm that Tucker was signing on to come back to the movie, but we will wait for word on the official poster. He also confessed that he had trouble getting Chris Tucker to be in the new movie (Tucker played Smokey in the previous films). Apparently Tucker felt that playing a pot-smoker is against what he stands for now in his career.
But Ice Cube worked his magic and got Tucker to agree to star in the last installment of the series ( “Tucker has given us every indication that he’s gonna be in it. Until he shows up on set, you never know.. Ice Cube said”).“I’m still the process of writing the screenplay, I’m almost finished with the script, so as soon as we can finish the script, fast motion on it.”
The film will feature all of the original cast members. Fans are especially excited about the prospect of seeing Tucker return to the role that started his rise to fame.
Everyone is anxiously anticipating comedian Chris Tucker‘s return to the big screen beside Ice Cube in the “Final Friday” sequel.
As if “Last Friday” isn’t enough, Ice also mentioned the biopic and the album that he’s working on. The biopic is to be about N.W.A, the Hip Hop rap group from Compton that was most popular in the late 80s and early 90s. Ice Cube was a part of the group, along with Eazy E, Dr. Dre, and a few other young rappers. Of this film, Ice Cube said, “The script is getting tighter and tighter, and once the script is tight as sweaty butt cheeks, we’ll put it out, and we’ll start working on it.” (STRAIGHT OUR OF COMPTON CASTING)
The album that Ice Cube is working on will be his first since 2010. The project is not yet officially titled, but the rapper is leaning towards naming it “Everything’s Corrupt.”
THE MOVIE is FINALLY COMING but the POSTER is FAKE!!