Tifffany Haddish has excelled as the breakout star of hit film ‘Girls Trip’ and does not have plans on slowing down. Haddish’s vibrant energy and undeniable talent lands her two new films. Recently making history as the first black woman stand up comedian to host “Saturday Night Live” Tiffany Haddish’s upcoming projects include leading roles in New Line’s “The Kitchen” and Universal’s “The Temp”.
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“The Kitchen” based on the series of comic books by Ollie Masters and Ming Doyle for Vertigo from DC Entertainment is the story based on the Irish Mafia. Set in 1970s Hell’s Kitchen, N.Y., after the federal government arrests most of men in charge, the mob wives take control and run the business, with more ferocity than before.
“The Temp” teams Haddish up with her “Girls Trip” director Will Packer for another female feuled comedy. Variety reports, “Will Packer Productions’ James Lopez will also produce and Haddish will serve as executive producer”. The two aforementioned films are just two of many things Haddish has for fans.
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Tiffany Haddish has upcoming project on the big screen, the silver screen and more. Her book, “The Last Black Unicorn,” comes out Dec. 5 plus, Haddish announced 2018 dates for her new stand-up tour “She Ready.” Haddish also co-stars alongside Tracy Morgan in TBS’ “The Last OG,” set to be released in 2018. “Night School” a project with Kevin Hart has also recently finished production.