The One Where JAY-Z Subverts 'Friends' For His A+ 'Moonlight' Clip

Rebecca Barbier
Agosto 13, 2017

Jay-Z's full "Moonlight" short film has made its way from TIDAL to VEVO, which should excite fans of the rapper's music, and of free stuff.

The Friends' re-imagining, shot in Monica's apartment, was directed by Alan Yang and features Jerrod Carmichael (The Carmichael Show), Lil Rel Howery (Get Out), Issa Rae (Insecure), Tiffany Haddish (Girls Trip), LaKeith Stanfield (Atlanta) and Tessa Thompson (Dear White People).

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As previously reported, the video remakes the season 3 episode, "The One Where No One's Ready", and shows Carmichael asking Buress what he thinks of the updated version of the sitcom, which he claims is "something subversive" that could "turn culture on its head". Now available on YouTube, the seven-minute clip sparked internet chatter for skewering Hollywood's diversity problems and poking fun at the "La La Land" Best Picture snafu from earlier this year. And while dozens of news outlets wrote about the new video, not everyone has seen it, including Friends co-creator David Crane.

Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, the showrunner admitted that while he was yet to watch the clip because he "doesn't have Tidal", he was glad the 90s classic inspired Hov's latest project.

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