After Jamie Foxx passed away from health complications, the actor confirmed he left the hospital and said he felt blessed. Now with his return, the projects he had lined up are progressing at a fast pace. The actor and his daughter Corinne announced that they will have a show together called We Are Family, which will be part of Fox’s unscripted content desk, to premiere between 2023 and 2024.
A month back, Jamie Foxx was hospitalized in Atlanta, Georgia, United States for undisclosed health complications. Rumors emerged that he was in perfect health, even assuring that the 55-year-old actor’s family and friends were “preparing for the worst”. However, the rumors were not confirmed and the actor’s recovery came as a big relief to his followers who were aware of his condition.
The actor’s elder daughter Corinne Fox took to her social networks to share a headline from The Hollywood Reporter in which entertainment company Fox launched its catalog for 2023-24. Among them was We Are Family, which would be hosted by the Django interpreter and his daughter and produced by Jeff Aploff, who is also the creator of Beat Shazam, a program hosted by Foxx that aired for six seasons. Was.
We are thrilled to develop We Are Family with Jeff Aploff and our friends at Fox Entertainment after such a successful six seasons of Beat Shazam. We hope the show is as much fun for the viewers at home as we made it when it premieres next year.
-Jamie and Corinne Fox, for ‘Fox Flash’
The show would feature non-celebrity relatives of celebrities singing a duet with their hidden celebrity landlord. It will feature a studio audience and include 100 contestants who will take on various challenges to collect up to $100,000 each for correctly guessing the identity of the hidden celebrity. Musicians, athletes, actors and variety show personalities will participate in We Are Family.
On the other hand, Mike Tyson also spoke about Foxx’s health problems, as the actor’s condition may favor earlier plans to film a bioseries based on the boxer’s life and starring the actor. Although he did not specify what Ray’s protagonist was suffering from, he did say that “he is not feeling well” and that it was an alleged stroke. When asked if Foxx would remain in the production, Tyson replied:
Well, it was a possibility. I don’t know what will happen now. But, you know, it’s a huge possibility. Because, you know, Jamie’s the closest thing I’ve been to in life, so to do that, they were going to do what they did [la película] ‘Benjamin Button’. They were going to make it look cooler.