On Wednesday Jan. 11 at 7 p.m., BLAC will host a private screening of ‘House Party,‘ the new film produced by Lebron James and Maverick Carter for New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. This private screening is a special thanks to BLAC readers and advertisers for a powerful 2022.

House Party synopsis

What do you get when two buds decide to throw an epic party at JeBron James’ house without his permission? It’s “House Party,” the outrageous R-rated comedy from New Line Cinema. Stacked with double-take cameos and timeless throwback tracks, the movie follows the crazy night of these would-be club promoters as they try to manage an out-of-control event that you have to see to believe. A night like this doesn’t come around more than once, so be sure to see it in theaters nationwide starting Jan. 13.

The Original House Party

Among the many great movies that take place in party settings, the definitive crown jewel of the bunch would have to be the aptly titled, original House Party, directed by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Reginald Hudlin and starring hip-hop duo Kid ’N Play. The 2023 release of House Party is an entirely new, modern reinterpretation of the original and not a sequel. However, if we were to count it as part of the franchise, this would be the sixth installment of a series spanning more than three decades.

The Cast

New Line Cinema – which produced the original – has apparently taken the acclaim to heart and made a reimagining of the classic 1990 cult comedy for a new generation that has become one of the most anticipated 2023 movies set for release.

Phtoto courtesy of New Line Cinema

The lead duo this time is British actor Tosin Cole from Doctor Who and Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Jacob Latimore from Netflix’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre sequel and Showtime’s The Chi. Co-stars in the House Party cast include comedian Andrew Santino of FX’s Dave fame, Allen Maldonado from the Straight Outta Compton cast, Shakira Ja’nai Payne from Netflix’s All Day and a Night, Tamera Kissen (who had a recurring role on BET’s Real Husbands of Hollywood), and comedian and actor DC Young Fly. Also, Kid ‘N Play are not the only celebrities set to make cameos as the trailer reveals the likes of Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, Emmy winner Lena Waithe, and fellow Dave cast member Gata appearing, too.

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