Ice Dice Shares That He is Attempting To Get His ‘Friday’ Franchise Out Of Warner Bros.–Says They Rejected Two Of His Scripts For One other Potential Movie 


Subsequent month will make it 20 years for the reason that launch of “Friday After Subsequent,” which was the final movie to launch underneath Ice Dice‘s “Friday” franchise. For years followers have been ready for the discharge of the subsequent movie, nevertheless, there was some forwards and backwards behind the scenes which have prevented that from taking place.

Not too long ago, Ice Dice appeared on a particular version of the Drink Champs podcast, which befell at LL Cool J’s Rock The Bells pageant. When requested concerning the launch of the subsequent “Friday” movie, Ice Dice shared that he’s making an attempt to get the franchise from up underneath Warner Bros.

He mentioned, “I’m tryna get it out of Warner Bros. they don’t consider within the tradition man.” He continued to elucidate that Warner Bros. has the correct to distribute any of the sequels.  Though some people have been encouraging him to call the subsequent movie one thing else apart from “Friday,” he defined that when he takes the characters’ names, it mechanically turns into the property of “Friday.”

Dice additionally shared that he wrote two completely different scripts for a possible sequel, however Warner Bros. rejected it.

As the method to get one other “Friday,” movie prolongs, well-known characters from the franchise have handed on in actual life, making it tougher.

As beforehand reported, John Witherspoon, who performed Dice’s father within the movies handed away in 2019. Tommy Lister Jr., who performed Deebo handed away in 2020, and A.J. Johnson handed away in 2021.


In addition they addressed if Chris Tucker has dedicated to starring in one other movie, to which Dice mentioned Chris did voice to him his dedication to star in one other movie. Nevertheless, Chris has mentioned to different individuals he would star in one other movie.

Again in 2021, Ice Dice took to social media to name out Warner Bros. as he claims they refuse to make extra “Friday,” movies.

N.O.R.E continued to ask if there can be a sequel to the 2002 “All About The Benjamins,” which starred Ice Dice and Mike Epps as properly. Nevertheless, Dice mentioned {that a} potential sequel to that movie is tied up attributable to Warner Bros. in addition to a sequel to his 1998 hit movie “The Gamers Membership.”




TSR STAFF: Jade Ashley @Jade_Ashley94


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