First Trailer for New ‘Shaft’ with Samuel L. Jackson Jessie T. Usher
“Please tell me we did not get a son concerned in your bullshit!” Warner Bros has launched a initial trailer for a new Shaft movie, that is indeed a genuine film and is unequivocally entrance to theaters in a summer. This fresh, humorous refurbish on Shaft stars 3 generations of Shafts – Samuel L. Jackson (from a 2000 movie), Richard Roundtree (the strange John Shaft from a 1971 film and TV show), and Jessie T. Usher as a new John Shaft Jr. The full expel also includes Regina Hall, Alexandra Shipp, Matt Lauria, Titus Welliver, Method Man, Avan Jogia, and Isaach De Bankolé. In this new movie, John Shaft Jr., now a cyber confidence consultant with a grade from MIT, enlists his father’s assistance to expose a law behind his best friend’s black death. This looks unequivocally goofy, like it’s one large satire of itself, that somehow usually work.
Here’s a initial central trailer (+ poster) for Tim Story’s new Shaft movie, approach from WB’s YouTube:
JJ, aka John Shaft Jr. (Usher), might be a cyber confidence consultant with a grade from MIT, though to expose a law behind his best friend’s black death, he needs an preparation usually his father can provide. Absent via JJ’s youth, a mythological locked-and-loaded John Shaft (Jackson) agrees to assistance his children navigate Harlem’s heroin-infested underbelly. And while JJ’s possess FBI analyst’s badge might strife with his dad’s heading leather duster, there’s no denying family. Besides, Shaft’s got an bulletin of his own, and a measure to settle that’s veteran and personal. Shaft is destined by American filmmaker Tim Story, of a films The Firing Squad, Barbershop, Taxi, Fantastic Four, Rise of a Silver Surfer, Hurricane Season, Think Like a Man, Ride Along, Think Like a Man Too, and Ride Along 2 previously. The screenplay is by Kenya Barris Alex Barnow; formed on a sense John Shaft from a novel by Ernest Tidyman. Warner Bros will recover Shaft in theaters everywhere starting June 14th this summer. First impression?