Blake Griffin is reportedly working on a "White Men Can't Jump" remake along with "Black-ish" creator Kenya Barris, in celebration of the iconic film's upcoming 25th anniversary in March.

Barris inked a new deal with Fox back in September and he will reportedly write the script and act as a producer for this remake as part of that deal.

According to Hollywood Reporter, in addition to Blake Griffin, Carolina Panthers lineman Ryan Kalil will also be involved, as the two men are partners in a production company called Mortal Media.

News of this "White Men Can't Jump" remake has only just surfaced so there's still no word on when this film is expected to hit theaters, or who will play the roles of Billy Hoyle and Sidney Deane, but it should be more positively received than the Space Jam sequel starring LeBron James.