Tiffany Haddish Joins Kevin Hart in 'Night School'

Brunilde Fioravanti
Agosto 19, 2017

The film has crossed the $100 million mark, becoming the first comedy to do so in a summer full of dismal movies in the genre.

The Girls Trip star is joining Kevin Hart in Night School, Universal Pictures' comedy about a group of misfits forced to attend adult classes in the long-shot chance they'll pass the GED exam, EW has confirmed.

Ironically, Haddish will also be teaming back up with her Girls Trip family, director Malcolm D. Lee and producer Will Packer.

Internationally, Girls Trip doing very well making $7.4M in the United Kingdom -potentially surpassing Get Out there which ended its run at $12.7M, as reported by Deadline. This summer, three R-rated comedies flopped: Baywatch, The House and Rough Night. The film has made a worldwide total of $109.9 million domestically, and will be released in Australia and Romania on August 31, and an additional rollout will take place in other markets for the rest of the year. Packer noted on his Instagram that crossing the $100 million mark is especially noteworthy because "Girls Trip" has become the first film produced, written, directed by and staring black people to do so. Even thrillers, it depends on what it is, but I would do a horror movie.

"We knew that was the core and the heart of it and to also make sure that it was fun and entertaining".

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