Hard plays the student, while Haddish plays his teacher.
Lee (Girls Trip) returns to filmmaking duties for upcoming comedy flick Night School, starring Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish in the leading roles, and with producer Will Packer working behind-the-scenes.
"My suspicions were correct". Of course, we know that things won't go exactly to plan - the eccentric principal Stewart (portrayed by Drunk History's Taran Killam) is Teddy's first big obstacle, his "clinically dumb" diagnosis is his second - and that hilarity is bound to ensue.
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Haddish's character Kerry introduces herself to Teddy's class by saying: 'I'm here to make a little extra cash so that I can afford this warrant that I got - but that's none of y'all business'.
13 years ago, Kevin Hart gave Tiffany Haddish $300 because she was living in her vehicle, and she's nearly ready to pay him back.
Night School is the new comedy from Lee and Will Packer, reuniting after their blockbuster 2017 hit comedy Girls Trip, which first introduced Haddish to many people and turned her into a break-out star. I reached in my pocket and gave her all the money I had which was $300 at the time. "I can see you being a stockbroker like me", Schwartz's character says in the trailer.
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From Universal Pictures, Night School opens September 28.
Hart shared a heartfelt message about Haddish on Instagram.
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