What Happened to Jamie Foxx Movie All-Star Weekend?

Have you been wondering what happened to the much-anticipated Jamie Foxx movie All-Star Weekend? Well, you’re not alone.

Many fans have been eagerly waiting for this movie since it was first announced back in 2016. However, despite the hype and excitement surrounding the project, All-Star Weekend seems to have fallen off the radar completely. So, what exactly happened?

Development and Casting

To understand what went wrong with All-Star Weekend, we need to go back to its early development stages. The movie was written and directed by Jamie Foxx himself and was set to be his directorial debut. It was also meant to star a star-studded cast including Jeremy Piven, Eva Longoria, Robert Downey Jr., Gerard Butler, and Benicio Del Toro.

However, as time went on, there were several changes made to the cast list. Gerard Butler and Eva Longoria were dropped from the project due to scheduling conflicts. Meanwhile, other actors like Jessica Szohr and DJ Khaled were added.

Production Delays

The production of All-Star Weekend faced several delays over the years. In 2017, it was reported that filming had already begun in Los Angeles but had abruptly stopped due to financial issues. It wasn’t until 2018 that production resumed again in New York City.

However, even then there were more problems on set. In an interview with Collider in early 2019, Robert Downey Jr., who has a small role in the film revealed that filming had been “sporadic” due to scheduling conflicts with other projects.

Distribution Issues

Despite completing filming in early 2019 and even releasing a trailer for the movie later that year, All-Star Weekend has yet to find a distributor or release date. This has left many fans confused and frustrated about its fate.

There are several theories as to why the movie hasn’t been picked up for distribution yet. Some speculate that it may be due to its controversial subject matter involving a group of friends who are obsessed with basketball and attend the NBA All-Star Game. Others believe that there may be issues with the film’s quality or lack of marketability.


In conclusion, the fate of Jamie Foxx’s All-Star Weekend remains unclear. Despite its star-studded cast and initial hype, the movie has faced several setbacks over the years including production delays and distribution issues. Fans can only hope that it will eventually find a distributor and be released so they can finally see what all the fuss was about.

  • Development: The movie was written and directed by Jamie Foxx himself and was set to star actors like Jeremy Piven, Eva Longoria, Robert Downey Jr.
  • Production Delays: Filming began in 2017 but stopped due to financial issues. Production resumed in 2018 but faced sporadic filming due to scheduling conflicts.
  • Distribution Issues: All-Star Weekend has yet to find a distributor or release date. Theories range from controversial subject matter to quality or marketability concerns.

Will we ever get to watch All-Star Weekend? Only time will tell.