Night School is a forthcoming American comedy film directed by Malcolm D. Lee and starring Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish. Hart also produced the film with Will Packer, and also co-wrote the script. The story follows a group of adults who set out to get their GEDs. The film is scheduled to be released in the United States by Universal Pictures on September 28, 2018
A man’s life takes an unexpected turn when he accidentally explodes his workplace. Forced to attend night school to get his GED, he now has to deal with a group of maladjusted students and an active teacher who does not think he is too bright.
Initial release: September 28, 2018 (USA)
Director: Malcolm D. Lee
Production Company: Will Packer Productions
Screenplay: Kevin Hart, Nicholas Stoller, John Hamburg, J’Dub, Harry Ratchford, Matthew Kellard
Producers: Kevin Hart, Will Packer
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The new trailer for ‘Night School’ is here and this movie can not go fast enough
Star Kevin Hart and producer Will Packer, who teamed up with the hit series Ride Along and Think Like a Man, bring their signature style to Night School. The comedy by director Malcolm D. Lee (Girls Trip) follows a group of misfits who are forced to attend adult classes with the remote possibility of passing the GED test.
Co-stars Tiffany Haddish, Rob Riggle, Taran Killam and Romany Malco join Hart on screen for the film that Hart produces for his Hartbeat Productions, and Packer through his Will Packer Productions.
Universal Pictures has released a new Night School trailer for the upcoming Girls Trip comedy and Best Man Holiday filmmaker, Malcolm D. Lee. The film stars Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish and revolves around a man who has to go back to school to get his GED in order to become a financial analyst. Hart plays the student, while Haddish plays his teacher.
Hart has a screenwriting credit in the film, along with Matthew Kellard, Harry Ratchford, Nicholas Stoller, John Hamburg and Joey Wells, who marked the comedian’s first script credit outside of their stand-up specials. But this trailer is very focused on Haddish, which makes sense, this is the third trailer of the film in general, so Universal is covering its bases by appealing to different interests. The chemistry between Hart and Haddish is excellent, and after her prominent role in Girls Trip, Haddish comfortably enters into a lead role here. This should be a pretty solid success for Universal when it opens next month.
Watch the new Night School trailer below. The film also stars Ben Schwartz, Rob Riggle and Romany Malco and opens in theaters on September 28.
Based on a story by Hart, Night School follows a group of misfits who are forced to attend adult classes in the remote possibility of passing the GED test. Hart will produce for his Hartbeat Productions along with Will Packer through his Will Packer Productions.
So far, the film’s only competition on that weekend is the Warner Bros. replay of A Star Is Born with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga.
The latest advance of Night School, starring Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish, focuses on the physical aspects of learning. The comedy is by director Malcolm D. Lee (Girls Trip) and follows a group of misfits who are forced to attend adult classes with the remote possibility that they pass the GED test.
And because of the look of the newest trailer, the group is having a hard time trying to get used to being back in high school with its harsh teacher, played by Haddish, who focuses most of the time on Hart’s character. .
The night school was written by Kevin Hart, Harry Ratchford, Joey Wells, Matt Kellard, Nicholas Stoller and John Hamburg. Comedy is Hart’s first script credit, apart from his standup specials. Kevin Hart comes from the massive success of Jumanji: Welcome to the jungle, which is receiving the treatment of the sequel. Hart will also star in The Secret Life of Pets 2. The night school, the comedian plays Teddy Walker, who needs to pass the GED to get a great job as an investment adviser with his best friend, played by Ben Schwartz. And while the movie focuses on Hart, the main star of the latest Night School trailer is Tiffany Haddish.
Tiffany Haddish plays Carrie, the Night School teacher, and the latest breakthrough is basically a two-minute highlight of her excellent comic abilities. There’s a lot of Kevin Hart, but the movie looks like it will be another hit for Haddish after her performance on Girls Trip.
The film comes out at the end of September, and then it will also be seen in The Oath, next to Ike Barinholtz, a few weeks later, on October 12th.
Haddish and Barinholtz are a couple who have to survive Thanksgiving holidays with family members who have opposing political views.
As with the previous Night School trailers, the latter also highlights screen chemistry between Tiffany Haddish and Kevin Hart. Haddish’s teacher spends a lot of time in the kickboxing ring with Hart, drilling him every time one of his questions comes up. In the end, Hart finally receives an answer on the chemical components of the water, only so that Haddish breaks his face, opening a whole can of fart jokes. It is very likely that we will see Hart and Haddish in another movie in the near future because of how well they click together.
Night School hits theaters everywhere on September 28 and is being produced by James Lopez and Preston Holmes. They also star alongside Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish Taran Killam, Rob Riggle, Romany Malco, Yvonne Orji, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Megalyn Echikunwoke and Anne Winters. While we wait for Night School to open in theaters, you can see the latest advance.
The “Night School” of Universal Pictures, starring Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish, will open the 22nd annual Urbanworld Film Festival.
“Night School” is one of more than 60 movies and television shows on display at the festival, an annual showcase of diverse culture, including the debut of Fox’s “Rel” program. “Get Out” Lil Rel Howery stars in the series and will take part in a question and answer session after the screening at the AMC Empire 25 in New York City.
HBO will also screen director Rudy Valdez for the first time, “The Sentence,” a documentary about the mandatory minimum sentence.
Passes for the festival, which runs from September 19 to September 23, are available on the Urbanworld website, and tickets for official selections and spotlights will be available in September.
After a stellar turn in last summer’s surprise hit “Girls Trip,” the 38-year-old actress released a hit New York Times book (“The Last Black Unicorn,” published by Simon & Schuster), hosted the Movie MTV & TV Awards, became the first black female comic book to host “Saturday Night Live”, got a leading role in the comedy “The Last OG”. alongside Tracy Morgan, and debuted a Showtime comedy special, “Tiffany Haddish: She’s Ready! From the Hood to Hollywood.”
The verified Super User of Groupon also became the new spokesperson for the company thanks to an anecdote he shared in “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”
And the native of South Los Angeles shows no signs of giving in the short term. This fall will return to theaters with comedians like Kevin Hart and Whoopi Goldberg in three films that will premiere in three months: “Night School”, “Nobody’s Fool” and “The Oath”.
“It feels good,” he said over the phone from the New York set of “The Last O.G.” “It seems I did exactly what I had planned to do.”
As for what led her to the three disparate roles (all of which were filmed after “Girls Trip” put her at the top of Hollywood’s “next big thing” list), Haddish said that each resonated with your soul
“They made me feel something, or I laughed out loud or had something that I agree with politically,” he said. “‘Night School’ made me laugh out loud, like, four times when I read the script, ‘The Oath’ is talking about something that I think is possible and that I feel we should pay more attention to as a nation and as a people
“And then ‘Nobody is stupid’, now that’s just that I’m a fool.” When I read the script I laughed, probably about six, seven times out loud, and it was, like, ‘Man, we’re my cousins and I’m again ‘I love him, he really reminds me of my family.’
Next, Haddish divides each feature, and its directors share why no one else could play these parts.
In case someone, somehow, did not know who Tiffany Haddish was, he essentially won the United States when he loved the red carpet and later the audience for the ceremony at this year’s Academy Awards. After winning more fans through their entertaining antics of the awards season, the role of Haddish with Kevin Hart in the upcoming comedy Night School should be funny. The new Night School trailer is here, and I’m already excited that Haddish and Hart play together.
After the release of the original trailer in April, the second trailer of Night School offers some new scenes of the comedy, which will hit theaters on September 28, 2018. The clip features Hart as Teddy, a normal guy who has to attend to night school in to receive your GED. Haddish plays Carrie, a night school teacher, doing everything possible to keep her non-traditional students motivated in their studies. If the students do not pass the “big test”, they will be forced to abandon the GED course, and Carrie will go as far as she will hit them to put the facts in her head. Think of any episode of comedies in which the clown of the class must pass the math exam and the guardianship of the brain represent it. Night School sounds like a more adult film version.
I do not know about you, but I’m here because Haddish’s Carrie is the teacher who “just likes to wear blouses”.
The comedy marks the meeting of Haddish with the director of Girls Trip, Malcolm D. Lee, but working with Hart has a special meaning for her. As revealed in several interviews last year, Hart gave him $ 300 when he was homeless and lived in his car.