Chris Tucker portrayed one in all the most iconic figures in Black movie, and but, he was noticeably absent from the “Friday” sequels, a lot to the fan’s dismay. Now, the actor is clearing the air about why he was not concerned in the follow-up movies.
The 50-year-old comic performed an interview with All City Central, the place he revealed that he by no means appeared in the “Friday” franchise after the 1995 inaugural film was due to the marijuana depiction.
“That movie became a phenomenon. I don’t want everybody smoking weed, and I never really told people this because I kind of forgot about it, but it was one of the reasons why I didn’t do it. Because I said, ‘I don’t wanna represent everybody smoking weed.’” Tucker went on to add that deciding to go away the character of “Smokey” behind opened the door for him to pursue different iconic roles equivalent to that of “Ruby Rhod” in 1997’s “The Fifth Element,” and “Carter” in the “Rush Hour” sequence.
“Friday” arrived in theaters on April twenty sixth, 1995, and have become an instantaneous cult basic. “Next Friday” adopted up in 2000, then “Friday After Next” in 2002. The ultimate installment titled “Last Friday” has been in limbo for years and stays unsure if it should ever get a launch date.
— Flix Speak (@flixtalkpodcast) November 16, 2021