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Williams and Epps are currently teaming together in the film world, shooting the urban comedy The House Next Door, a sequel to the 2016 indie horror comedy Meet the Blacks.
The pairing of Williams and Epps marks a reunion for the two comedians, who have each garnered numerous comedy, tv and film credits. The two comedians notably starred together in 2002’s Friday After Next, roles that made them fan favorites, and landed them solidly in the elite tier of comedy.
Wielding a unique ability to masterfully blend rapid-fire wit with thought-provoking dialogue, Katt Williams has developed a career seeded with thousands of stage shows in sold-out arenas, a laundry list of starring roles on the small screen and memorable performances in major box office hits. He will next star in the upcoming holiday comedy Father Figures, alongside Owen Wilson, Ed Helms and Glenn Close, scheduled for release on December 22nd, 2017. Fresh off of his hugely successful Great America national tour, Williams is recharged and armed with an arsenal of engaging material that will have audiences bursting with laughter and continuing the conversation long after the lights come down.
Mike Epps has received extraordinary amount of buzz among his peers for being not only one of the funniest comic actors working today, but also for his dramatic talent. Epps recently wrapped The Trap, a comedy he wrote and stars in with T.I. He can also be seen in the upcoming Eli Roth remake of Death Wish, starring alongside Bruce Willis. Epps is mostly commonly known for the hit films Next Friday (2000), Friday After Next (2002) and The Hangover (2009). He is the star of multiple wildly successful comedy specials and has consistently sold out theaters and arenas across the country and internationally.