Ice Cube Fights Warner Bros. Over New ‘Friday’ Movie: Script Battles, Ownership Rights, and More

A new report from The Wall Street Journal reveals a heated battle between Ice Cube and Warner Bros.

over “Last Friday,” the fourth film in the “Friday” comedy franchise that has been in development for nearly a decade.

The two parties agreed to develop “Last Friday” in 2012, with Cube reportedly to be paid $11 million.

Disagreements over the script and other issues have delayed the sequel over the years.As reported by WSJ: “Ice Cube wants Warner Bros., owned by AT&T Inc., to surrender its rights to the ‘Friday’ property and to two other movies he made there — ‘All About the Benjamins’ and ‘The Players Club.’ Warner Bros.

replied, calling the demand ‘extortionate’ and saying it won’t release rights to the valuable franchise or any other Ice Cube movies.”Much of the tension between Ice Cube and Warner Bros.

outfit New Line is over the script.

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