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Marsai Martin Portrays A Young Regina Hall in Their New Film Called Little

Take one mean boss and have her tap into the little girl she use to be and I smell a future promotion. At the very least her assistant deserves that much by keeping her safe and going above and beyond the standard operational procedures. 

Will Regina Hall become degrinched by the end of this film? You'll have to see when it comes out in the spring. The trailer shows us a Big (Tom Hanks) in reverse. The trailer looks funny and Regina Hall has been one who has constantly entertained. I'm curious how much screen time she will have as her adult character versus her counterpart Marsai Martin who is making her debut to the big screen. 









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LITTLE ­ In Theaters April 12
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Girls Trip¹s Regina Hall and Black-ish¹s Marsai Martin both star as Jordan Sanders ‹ Hall as the take-no-prisoners tech mogul adult version of Jordan and Martin as the 13-year-old version of her who wakes up in her adult self¹s penthouse just before a do-or-die presentation.

Insecure¹s Issa Rae plays Jordan¹s long-suffering assistant April, the only one in on the secret that her daily tormentor is now trapped in an awkward tween body just as everything is on the line. Little is an irreverent new comedy about the price of success, the power of sisterhood and having a second chance to grow up ‹ and glow up ‹ right. 

Will Packer, blockbuster producer of Girls Trip, the Ride Along franchise, and ten movies that have opened No. 1 at the U.S. box office, including Night School, No Good Deed and Think Like a Man, brings an all-new perspective to the body-swap comedy.

Little is directed by Tina Gordon (writer, Drumline) with a story by Tracy Oliver (Girls Trip) and a screenplay by Oliver and Gordon, based on an idea by teen actress Martin. The film is produced by Packer and his producing partner James Lopez and by Kenya Barris (Girls Trip, Black-ish), and is executive produced by Preston Holmes (Night School), Hall, Marsai Martin and Josh Martin.

Genre: Comedy
Cast: Regina Hall, Issa Rae, and introducing Marsai Martin
Director: Tina Gordon
Story: Tracy Oliver
Screenplay: Tracy Oliver and Tina Gordon
Producers: Will Packer, Kenya Barris, James Lopez
Executive Producers: Marsai Martin, Josh Martin, Regina Hall, Preston Holmes

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