LeBron James' newest project is coming to a theater near you
Los Angeles, California - After being shelved by HBO Max, a reboot of a classic '90s film produced by NBA legend LeBron James is finally coming to the big screen.
1990's House Party was a film that James enjoyed watching as a youngster, and now, he hopes you will too.
The four-time NBA champion, who produced a reboot of the iconic film with his media company SpringHill, confirmed the movie will be released to theaters this winter after being delayed.
"I CAN NOT WAIT for y'all to see this one!!" James tweeted on Friday.
"It's so fun, extremely hilarious and heart felt all wrapped in one!! Lots of surprises too. Coming soon to a theater near you! #HouseParty."
Re-envisioned with an entirely new cast, modern-day cultural references, and a new plot, the fresh adaptation is led by singer-actor Jacob Latimore and actor Tosin Cole. Other notable cast members include DC Young Fly, Melvin Gregg, Rotimi, and Bill Bellamy.
The plot follows two high school house cleaners who are assigned to clean James' mansion while he's overseas. They make a life-altering decision to throw a party in the athlete's mansion, resulting in the loss of James’ championship rings.
The film was originally scheduled to debut this summer on July 28. Now you can schedule a movie date for December 9, when the flick is scheduled to hit theaters nationwide.
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