Next In TV & Film: 'Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air' Spin-Off, ‘Training Day’ Prequel + More

Looks like the classic Fresh Prince of Bel-Air may be making a comeback!

Would you be here for this? News of a spin-off arrived Thursday via The Hollywood Reporter. The show maybe be delivered via HBO Max or Peacock. The spinoff news was originally "tucked into an expansive profile on how Will Smith "cracked the code" to making "real money" in Hollywood."

As of now, there is no word on when the reboot will start its production. 

Will you be tuning in? 

Speaking of spin-off's! How do you feel about a 'Training Day' prequel? Well, according to reports- one is on the way!

Reportedly, Warner Bros is reportedly working on a prequel to 2001's Training Day. The new film "takes place days before the 1992 Los Angeles Riots which were ignited by four LAPD officers being acquitted for assaulting motorist Rodney King. Nick Yarborough is writing the script."

The 2001 film starred Denzel Washington, and Ethan Hawke. The storyline revolves around 2 police officers. Denzel plays a crooked cop, who takes a rookie (Hawke) on his first day with the LAPD's tough inner-city narcotics unit.

Reminisce with the trailer below.

We LOVE a female link-up! Kerry Washington is joining Meryl Streep & Nicole Kidman in Ryan Murphy’s ‘The Prom’ on Netflix!

According to reports, "Streep will star as Dee Dee Allen, a two-time Tony winner who teams with Corden’s Barry Glickman in a flop musical about Eleanor Roosevelt. After career-ending reviews, they decide — along with Broadway babies Angie Dickinson (Kidman) and Trent Oliver (Rannells) — to champion a cause to rehabilitate their careers. They find one in Emma, a high school senior in Indiana who isn’t allowed to take her girlfriend to the prom."

No word on when The Prom is set to his Netflix, but, will you be checking it out?

Tyler Perry Studios Makes History As First Black Owned Studio Lot - Highlighting Industry Icons!

The guest list was also very impressive, consisting some of the biggest actors, directors, rappers, singers, artists, and politicians. Just to name a few, the stars included Viola Davis, Oprah Winfrey, Halle Berry, Beyonce, Whoopi Goldberg, Ava DuVernay, Will Smith, Samuel L. Jackson, Tiffany Haddish and even Governor Brian Kemp!

At the studio lot, Perry dedicated the sound stages to legends and icons such as Oprah Winfrey, Denzel Washington, Spike Lee and even his mother Willie Maxine Perry!

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