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|Written by||Robert Hewitt Wolfe|
Steve De Jarnatt
|Directed by||Ernest Dickerson|
|Music by||Stewart Copeland|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Executive producers||Deborah Raffin|
Ken Raskoff (co-producer)
Victor McGauley (co-producer)
Eric Cowger (associate producer)
|Running time||87 minutes|
|Production companies||Amen Ra Films|
New Star Media Inc.
Futuresport is a 1998 American made-for-television sports film directed by Ernest Dickerson, starring Dean Cain, Vanessa Williams, and Wesley Snipes. It originally aired on ABC in October 1998, and was released on VHS and DVD in March 1999.
The film is set in 2025, and centers on a sport called "Futuresport" (a combination of basketball, baseball and hockey that uses hoverboards and rollerblades) created as a non-lethal way to reduce gang warfare. Tre (Dean Cain) must save the world from Hawaiian Liberation Organization terrorists by winning in the game of futuresport.
- Dean Cain as Treymayne 'Tre The Pharaoh' Ramzey
- Vanessa Williams as Alejandra 'Alex' Torres
- Wesley Snipes as Obike Fixx
- Mikela Jay as Lorelei
- Bill Smitrovich as Coach Douglas
- Tara Frederick as 'Anarchy'
- Valerie Chow as 'Jet'
- Brian Jensen as Tom 'Mayhem' Mayhew
- Adrian G. Griffiths as Blake Becker
- David Kaye as Ronnie Vance
- Emanuelle Chriqui as Gina Gonzales
- Brad Loree as Roger Willard
- Lloyd Adams as Travis Middlebrooks
- JR Bourne as Eric Sythe
- Francoise Yip as Keahi
- Ken Kirzinger as Jack 'Hatchet Jack' Jamiston
- Hiro Kanagawa as Otomo Akira
- Lori Stewart as Carly 'Kiwi' Madigan
- Patrick Pfrimmer as Sebastian Krajenski
- Matthew Walker as Neville Hodgkins
- Gerard Plunkett as Edgar Computer Voice