Jack Murky and Ice Dice are field to team up in a new comedy titled Oh Hell No.
The Jumanji: The Subsequent Stage star is in talks to play Sherman in Oh Hell No, in accordance to The Hollywood Reporter, whereas rapper/actor Dice has landed the position of Will.
The gap follows the relationship between the center-susceptible pair after Sherman falls in love with Will’s mother, extra special to Will’s disapproval.
Kitao Sakurai, who no longer too lengthy ago helmed Netflix comedy Flawed Day out, will tell Oh Hell No from a script by screenwriting quartet, Scot Armstrong, Tracy Oliver, Jessica Gao and Rodney Rothman.
Sharing a screengrab of the news on Instagram, the filmmaker wrote, “Okay I in actual fact come by a fundamental announcement to form 🙂 About to embark on a loopy dart with @jackblack and @icecube !!!!! Thanks @sonypictures let’s earn thisssssss (sic).”
Matt Tolmach, who worked with Murky on his Jumanji movies, will perform by map of Matt Tolmach Productions alongside Murky and Roz Song. Brittany Morrissey is overseeing the project for the movie’s studio Sony Photographs.
Dice, right title O’Shea Jackson, is sticking to comedy after his old position in The Excessive Existing, whereas Murky could well be having a explore to assemble on his success within the Jumanji movies.
Sakurai, meanwhile, is following up his Netflix hit, Flawed Day out, which starred Eric Andre, Lil Rel Howery, and Tiffany Haddish and was once launched on the streamer in March.
Oh Hell No is slated to debut in 2022.