30 Years Later - 'White Men Can't Jump' Reunite And It's Pretty Cool
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A love letter to street ball and LA, celebrate the White Men Can’t Jump 30th Anniversary Reunion with Wesley Snipes, Woody Harrelson, Rosie Perez, and director Ron Shelton.


Global (12 April 2022) – For the 30th anniversary of the hit sports movie White Men Can’t Jump, film stars Wesley Snipes, Woody Harrelson and Rosie Perez have reunited for the first time with the film’s writer and director Ron Shelton to look back at what went into the making of the picture and discuss the impact it had.

The reunion will be broadcast on Hulu and ESPN in the USA and locally on Disney+ next month.

In the 1992 comedy-drama film, Snipes and Harrelson play basketball hustlers in Los Angeles who despite their differences join forces to double their chances of winning money on the street courts and in a tournament.

Writer/director Ron Shelton takes SC Featured to some of the filming locations in Los Angeles and then meets Snipes and Harrelson in a basketball gymnasium to discuss the film. Perez, who played Harrelson’s girlfriend in the film, joins remotely.=

Stream the full special on Disney+ on the 18th of May 2022.

Or watch the sneak peek 12-minute special here:

Sources: Hulu | ESPN 
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