WHO’S IN IT?
Ice Cube (Ride Along), Cedric the Entertainer (Intolerable Cruelty), Regina Hall (Scary Movie), Anthony Anderson (Transformers), Eve (220.127.116.11), Margot Bingham (Burning Blue), Nicki Minaj (The Other Woman), J. B. Smoove (We Bought a Zoo), Lamorne Morris (April Fools), Sean Patrick Thomas (Save The Last Dance), Tyga (Dope), Deon Cole (A Get2Gether), Common (Selma), Michael Rainey Jr. (The Butler), Troy Garity (Gangster Squad)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Malcolm D. Lee (Undercover Brother), director; Kenya Barris (Black-ish) and Tracy Oliver (Survivor’s Remorse), writers; Ice Cube (Straight Outta Compton), Robert Teitel (Notorious) and George Tillman Jr. (Beauty Shop), producers; Stanley Clarke (The Transporter), composer; Greg Gardiner (Elf), cinematographer; Paul Millspaugh (The Best Man Holiday), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Over ten years since we last visited Calvin’s Barbershop, Calvin (Cube) and his longtime friends are now operating a co-ed business with a group of female hairdressers, who bring drama and gossip to the once male-dominated environment. However, when their neighborhood starts to take a turn for the worse as crime rates and police brutality start to go up, it is up to Calvin and his friends to form a plan to not only save the barbershop, but also their surrounding community…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
The popular Barbershop film series is back with an all-new film with characters both old and new – among them Nicki Minaj, because why not – bringing into the spotlight some timely and thought-provoking issues about the current hostility towards African-American communities.