Ice Cube has been trying to release another Friday for years.
The reason it hasn’t moved forward is because Warner Brothers isn’t interested in doing that.
Reported on The Jasmine Brand, Ice Cube called out WB for refusing to make another Friday. The 51-year-old actor has been calling out the company out on social media over the last few weeks. Ice Cube launched the hashtag #FreeFriday. In one post he said,
“freefriday from the jaws of Warner Bros. who refuses to make more sequels. They have hi-jacked the happiness of the culture.” Take a look:
In another post, he requested fans to keep sharing the hashtag to bring more light to the matter. Ice Cube said, “Let’s #FreeFriday from #WarnerBrothers. Share if you want a sequel.”
WB reportedly owns the rights to the Friday franchise. They don’t seem excited about releasing another, even though Friday fans want it.
The movie was released in 1995. In 2000, the sequel Next Friday came out. In 2002, Friday After Next was released. Back in 2019, Ice Cube confirmed he finished the script for the fourth and final installment called Last Friday. Ice Cube won’t be able to release it until WB gives the green light.