LeBron James has signed up to produce a remake of the 1990 hit hip-hop comedy House Party for New Line Cinema.
Stephen Glover and Jamal Olori, a two-time Writers Guild Award winner for Atlanta, will write the script for the remake, which will follow young people at a house party that goes incredibly wrong.
LeBron James will produce the movie with Maverick Carter with their SpringHill Entertainment banner.
The original film starred hip-hop duo Kid n Play, a.k.a. Christopher Kid Reid and Christopher Play Martin, as high schoolers who decide to host a party while Kids parents are on vacation. The movie became a hit making $26 million domestically and launching two sequels in 1991 and 1994.
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