Jack Harlow has already established himself as a multitalented entertainer. The Kentucky native first hit the scene in 2020 with the release of his platinum-selling debut album “That’s What The All Say.” Harlow quickly established himself as a superstar in the music industry. However, his focus recently has shifted more to the world of acting. Harlow already has wrapped up filming on the remake of the 1992 classic White Men Can’t Jump. That project is set to hit theaters next month. However, the “What’s Poppin” artist already has another acting role lined up.
Deadline reports that Harlow will be joining the cast of the Apple Original Film, The Instigators. He joins an ensemble cast that includes Hollywood A-listers Matt Damon and Casey Affleck. Other industry mainstays set to star in the film include Ving Rhames, Hong Chau, Paul Walter Hauser, Ron Perlman, Alfred Molina and Michael Stuhlbarg. The project is being directed by Doug Liman. The film will depict two thieves who go on the run with the help of a therapist following a botched robbery.
For Harlow, the project represents just the latest chapter in an already stellar career. He has already racked up six Grammy nominations. He has amounted an incredible 10 billion streams. In 2021, he earned his first number one single with the track “Industry Baby” alongside Lil Nas X. His second number one was his smash hit “First Class.” That song is also hugely popular on TikTok, where it has become one of the most used sounds in the app’s history. Harlow showed off his acting chops again earlier this year he starred alongside Missy Elliot in a Dorito’s Super Bowl ad