by Ms. Black Hollywood,
Saddle Up Flossy Posse! “Girls Trip 2” Tiffany, Latifah, Regina, Jada…the girls are gearing up to hit the road again. “Girls Trip” star Regina Hall told Buzzfeed News, “We’re trying to make that happen. So we’re trying to get everything together with the schedule. I think they’re working on something. I don’t know where we’re going. I don’t know where the girls are going, but… we’re going somewhere.” Stars Haddish and Latifah tossed out the girls can travel to South Africa, maybe? Moviegoers won’t really care where the girls are headed so long as audiences can tag along for the fun. The first trip out last last was a surprise hit at the box office raking in $31 million its first weekend in theaters. Domestically, the movie soared to $100 million making it 2017’s breakout summer comedy.
“She Ready”-Haddish Heading to Netflix for Stand Up Special Comedian Haddish must feel like she’s on a roller coaster that only goes in one direction-UP! Not only is the star prepping for a sequel to last year’s hit comedy “Girls Trip” and getting ready for season 2 of her TNT series “The Last O.G.” with Tracy Morgan, she’s also landed her second comedy special this time on Netflix. Shadow and Act reports, “After last year’s stand-up special on Showtime, she’s set another one in 2019, this time at Netflix.” Haddish first special took a stroll down memory lane and mapped out the comedian’s journey from the Hood to Hollywood.
Upcoming Documentary Shows Us The Real RiRi After being rumored for a couple of years, finally a release date has been announced for a close up and personal documentary about “The Good Girl Gone Bad”. After two years of waiting for the highly anticipated doc, it seems fans only have to wait another two months before seeing how one of hip hop’s brightest ascended to stardom. Director Peter Berg who worked with the singer six years ago when she co-starred in “Battleship” admits he was impressed by her from their first meeting. Berg says “I think she’s an extraordinary young woman and [the documentary] really is kind of a pretty comprehensive profile of what goes into making her this talent that she is…the work ethic, the talent, luck, the hustle, the vision.” That’s pretty high praise, and Berg wants to share what he sees in the singer with the viewing public. The Rihanna documentary still doesn’t have an official title, but Berg says the movie will be ready for fans to see in about another month and a half.
For this week’s look at what’s on the way in Hollywood from some of your favorite stars, that’s a wrap!