Draymond Green Wants In On Juwanna Mann Sequel!
It sounds like Draymond Green wants to get his actiong chops to works since he got wind of a Juwanna Mann Sequel is in the works…
CelebnSports247.com has learned that Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green has gone on record that her wants to be a part of he upcoming Juwanna Mann sequel.
Here is what we’ve learned:
The star of Juwanna Mann, Miguel A. Núñez Jr., spoke to TMZ revealing that a sequel to Juwanna Mann is, in fact, being made saying, “It will be coming.” The bigger surprise was when he revealed that Green would want to be involved. “I talked to him [Draymond Green]. He wants to be in at as well,” said Núñez.
The first film was released on June 21, 2002, and was directed by Jesse Vaughan. The film followed Jamal Jeffries (Núñez), a basketball star who becomes a female impersonator and begins playing women’s basketball upon being suspended from men’s basketball.
The movie starred Vivica A. Fox, Kevin Pollak, Tommy Davidson, Kim Wayans, Ginuwine, and Kimberly “Lil Kim” Jones.
Núñez is so confident a Juwanna Mann sequel happening, which is a bit surprising. The 2002 film only grossed $13,802,599 worldwide and only holds a 10% score on the Tomatometer. However, it has become a cult classic, so it makes sense that it’s getting a sequel for nostalgic reasons.
Meanwhile, Draymond Green wants to appear in a Juwanna Mann sequel, he’ll join the likes of Muggsy Bogues, Vlade Divac, Dikembe Mutombo, and Rasheed Wallace who all appeared in the first film. It wouldn’t be his first appearance in a film. Let’s not forget that Green appeared in Space Jam: A New Legacy a few years back as well.