A fast-talking guy joins a hot-tempered cop to patrol the streets of Atlanta, in theaters this January.
The rapper-actor-entrepreneur offers an update on this long gestating comedy sequel that will hopefully bring all of the cast back together.
Go back to school with the cast of the 80's TV adaptation with our exclusive video interviews.
Ice Cube introduces himself to his new undercover cops in this R-rated clip from the upcoming comedy.
The rapper is headed to FX to star in a new series revolving around a paramedic turned murderous vigilante.
Tommy Lister, who played Deebo in the 1995 comedy, reveals the pair are trying to get the original cast back for a new sequel.
Phil Lord and Chris Miller direct Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, and Ice Cube in this theatrical remake of the 1980s TV series.
The Boyz 'N the Hood director wants to direct the film based on the influential gangsta rap group.
The rapper's 2006 song gets transformed into a coming-of-age look at the burgeoning car culture.
The actor will be in charge of undercover cops Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum in this adaptation of the hit series.
Seacrest will play himself in a cameo while Ice Cube portrays an NYPD cop and Duhamel plays a romantic in search of a New Year's date.
The potential franchise would be Dirty Harry-esque in theme.
Bow Wow, Brandon T. Jackson, Terry Crew and others discuss the new comedy produced by Ice Cube.
The actor joins Woody Harrelson and Ben Foster in Oren Moverman's film.