Watch Trailer For UK Spoof Of Cult Classic Comedy 'Friday,' w/ Nigeria/Brit Twist - Titled 'Friday UK'

From Shadow and Act Fri Nov 23 2012, 12:39:14

While Ice Cube and Chris Tucker work out details on what will be 4th movie in the Friday franchise, here's a trailer for a UK-produced spoof of the hit original cult classic, titled, what else, Friday UK. But don't worry, it's not an actual movie that's coming (at least, not yet); as is noted at the start of the trailer, the Sebastian Thiel/Upshot TV production is just a UK tribute to the original film, and there won't be a full feature film of Friday UK. It was done just for fun... or so they say. Something tells me that if this goes super viral (it's been played almost 40,000 times thus far, since it was made public on YouTube about 2 weeks ago), I...

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