Check out the official trailer for the House Party remake led by Jacob Latimore and Tosin Cole.
Calmatic will be making his feature directorial debut based on a script by Stephen Glover and Jamal Olori.
Calmatic is directing Aspiring club promoters and best buds Damon (Tosin Cole) and Kevin (Jacob Latimore) are barely keeping things together. They are out of money, down on their luck, and about to be fired from their cleaning jobs
However when the best buds, house cleaners discover they’re assigned to clean the mansion of Lebron James while he’s overseas, they decide to make a life-changing decision to throw a giant party.
As the party gets out of control and one of Lebron’s championship rings goes missing, they will be launched into a wild night that they will never forget.
A night that includes “a time traveling DJ, undependable security, a runaway guest list, one borrowed Lamborghini, angry rival promoters, escalating property damage, and an angry koala..?”
Karen Obilom, D.C. Young Fly, Scott Mescudi, Tamera Kissen, Shakira Ja’nai Paye, Andrew Santino, and Bill Bellamy star in the House Party remake.
And in case you are wondering, Kid n Play are excited about the new film.
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Christopher “Play” Martin told TMZ:
“I don’t know how people will feel about how good the film itself will be, that, we’ll have to see. But with all of that being said, I think it’s exciting, I think it’s exciting for Kid and I, I think it’s exciting for a new generation of actors that are involved now. But when you’re dealing with a classic, it kind of speaks for itself… Yeah, it’s exciting.”
Reginald Hudlin, who directed the original, will executive produce the House Party reboot. Warrington Hudlin, Spencer Beighley and Jamal Henderson for SpringHill will also executive produce. New Line executives Richard Brener, Josh Mack and Victoria Palmeri are overseeing for the studio. SpringHill’s LeBron James and Maverick Carter are producing.
Andrew Huebscher is the director of photography, production designer is Scott Falconer, Matthew Barbato is the editor, and music supervisor is Keir Lehman. Costume designer is Derica Cole with composer Oak Felder.