Pack your zip lines, shades and shoes for the “Girls Trip” sequel is coming to West Africa.
American Writer-director and producer Tracy Oliver, who co-wrote the original 2017 girls adventure movie provided an update on the anticipated reunion of Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Tiffany Haddish on Girls Trip.
In an interview to promote the second season of her Amazon Prime Video series “Harlem,” Oliver revealed the exciting news.
Oliver also confirmed that the ladies of “Girls Trip” will look to attend the festival, which has attracted prominent musical acts from the region, including Beyonce who collaborated with Shatte Wale. A specific timeline for production wasn’t revealed.
The first “Girls Trip” was a box office hit, grossing $140 million worldwide on a modest expense of $16 million budget. Malcolm D. Lee directed the project, produced by William Parker and co-written by Olivier and Kenya Barris. It also launched the recently-embattled Haddish into superstardom.
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