The company described the movie as a hilarious take on one of the longest running music programs.
“I think anyone who enjoys music partnered with hardcore sex, whether young or old, black or white, will get a kick out of this movie,” director Tony Flush said.
The company said “Fresh Prince of Bel Air,” directed by DaWayne Dane, was also shot in the similar sitcom fashion and will showcase all of the fan favorites from the long running show including Hillary, Carlton, Jazz, Uncle Phil and Will.
“I’m playing Carlton, Will’s conservative and socially awkward cousin, who is hell-bent on losing his virginity when hilarity ensues,” Dane said.
“Soul Train” is set for release Sept. 28 and “Fresh Prince of Bel Air” hits streets Oct. 19.
Black Ice also will be releasing additional parodies in the next few months including the official “Shaft,” “Players Club,” “House Party” and “Family Matters” parodies.