Ron Shelton's 1992 drama White Men Can't Jump is easily one of the more iconic sports movies of all time, which is why many will cringe upon receiving news that a remake is on the way.
Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Black-ish creator Kenya Barris is joining with Mortal Media, Blake Griffin (Los Angeles Clippers) and Ryan Kalil's (Carolina Panthers) production company, to develop the project.
Barris is slated to write the script for the reboot, in addition to holding production duties as well, alongside the aforementioned Mortal Media.
For those unfamiliar, White Men Can't Jump originally starred Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes as a pair of basketball hustlers who went from scamming each other to teaming up for an even bigger payout.
Let us know who you'd like to see star in the reboot, and be sure to check back with us for more on the upcoming White Men Can't Jump project.