Girls Trip: Hangover for Four Girlfriends

Universal Pictures unveiled the first poster and trailer for Girls Trip. This comedy is led by a quartet of African-American women such as Jada Pinkett Smith (Collateral, Gotham), Queen Latifah (Chicago), Regina Hall (Scary Movie, Think Like a Man) and Tiffany Haddish (Keanu). One of the characters says that this does not cause any grace and is a phrase that sums up this brief advance quite well. The trailer introduces the protagonists and sets the release date.

Malcolm D. Lee (The Best Man, Undercover Brother, Barbershop: The Next Cut) is the director of this film. The film also features Will Packer (from the Ride Along franchises and Think Like a Man). The film is about what the title promises.

When four lifelong girlfriends travel to New Orleans for the annual Essence Festival, the sororities are revived, the wild sides are rediscovered, and there is enough dancing, drinking, fighting, and romance to make the city blush. Girls Trip is Hangover, for women, so to speak.

Kenya Barris (Black-ish), Tracy Oliver (Barbershop: The Next Cut), Karen McCullah (10 Things I Hate About You) and Erica Rivinoja (Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2) worked on the script for this comedy and its cast with Larenz Tate (House of Lies, Rescue Me), Kate Walsh (The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Private Practice), Mike Colter (Luke Cage) and Kofi Siriboe (Kicks, Queen Sugar).

From head to toe actress Regina Hall was an eye-catcher. She wore a floor-length, light-blue dress with a high leg slit and refined top during the world premiere of her new film Girls Trip in Los Angeles.

While the flowing fabric of the evening robe played around the legs of the actress, a seductive lace flashed under the intended high slit. This continued in the upper part of the sleeveless dress and caused a further colored highlight by oriental embroidery.

The breathtaking performance of the actress hardly needed any accessories. The 46-year-old was, therefore, wearing reserved, black plateau sandals and added the look only with discreet rings and silver-green sparkling earrings. Matching the colors of the dress, the American actress's eye makeup shined in a delicate lilac.

Queen Latifah and Jada Pinkett Smith were already on the scene in 1996 for the film Set It Off. In the new joint project, Malcolm Lee is to direct the screenplay of Kenya Barris and Tracy Oliver. In addition, the actress Regina Hall is to be part of the party.