- Ice Cube: Craig Jones
- Tamala Jones: D' Wana
- Mike Epps: Day - Day Jones
- Don Curry: Uncle Elroy Jones
- John Witherspoon: Willie Jones
- Thomas Lister junior: Deebo
- Kym Whitley: Suga
- Justin Pierce: Roach
- Jacob Vargas: Joker
- Michael Rapaport: postman
Next Friday is an American comedy film directed by Steve Carr from the year 2000. It is part of a trilogy with the previous Friday of 1995 and the successor Friday After Next from the year 2002.
It's Friday again and Craig still has no job. Deebo wants revenge on Craig and breaks out of prison. In order to protect themselves from Deebo, Craig traveling to his uncle Elroy in the suburbs. Elroy lives by a high lottery win in a handsome house, along with his son, Day -Day and his girlfriend Sugar. But as an inevitable auction of the house arrives by not paying taxes, it turns out that Elroy has long since squandered all the money. To prevent the auction, breaking Day -Day and Craig into the neighboring house of the three Mexican brothers to steal the money needed. At the end of the film Deebo and the Mexican brothers are arrested by the police while Craig disappears with the money in peace. Then he goes back to his home.
Susan Wloszczyna wrote in USA Today, the film's humor was as fresh as the air in the toilet.
Mick LaSalle wrote in the San Francisco Chronicle of 12 January 2000, the film was " very funny ". He compared it with the comedies Dumb and Dumber and There's Something About Mary.
Nominated for the MTV Movie Award in the category Best Comedic Performance for Ice Cube in 2000.
The production of the comedy cost about 9.5 million U.S. dollars. It was shown in the U.S. in 1103 cinemas and played until May 14, 2000, approximately 57.2 million U.S. dollars.