Tiffany Haddish Hopeful "Girls Trip" Sequel Will Happen: "I Have Been Petitioning For It"
The film that gave Tiffany Haddish her placement in Hollywood may or may not have a sequel. Tiffany was at the Natural Resources Defense Council’s Night of Comedy last week and answered a question from an audience member, eager to know if Girls Trip would be getting a round two.
“I wish there was, I hope there is. I have been petitioning for it.” Tiffany responded, according to Page Six. “I’ve even written a script for it. Me and the girls punched it up and made it good. They don’t want it. We understood how much money could be made, and they don’t want to pay it. So I doubt it.”
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Tiffany’s statement on the film is quite opposite to those of the other cast members such Jada Pinkett Smith, Regina Hall and Queen Latifah who have previously stated that the film is coming together slowly but surely. At the end of the day, the studio that helms the film knows the truth in the matter, and after Page Six reached out to Universal to get the details, they responded: “There was no script submitted for a ‘Girls Trip’ sequel and no film is currently in development.”
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