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Little Movie Trailer

Little: Regina Hall Goes From Powerful Tech Mogul to Pint-Size Terror in This New Comedy

If you've ever taken a break from the nonstop stress of adulthood to yearn for the carefree days of your childhood (which we've all done, let's be real), then you'll definitely appreciate Little. The Universal Pictures film follows Jordan Sanders, a powerful tech mogul who is "given" the chance to relive her carefree days as a tween right before a huge career move.

Support the Girls' Regina Hall and black-ish's Marsai Martin both handle the reigns as Jordan — Hall as the cutthroat mogul version and Martin as the 13-year-old with a smart mouth. Insecure's Issa Rae joins the party as Jordan's long-suffering assistant April — the only one who knows the big secret and relishes that business opportunity it presents. From the looks of the trailer, we're in for a hilarious ride full of iconic lines, questionable fashion, and a lot of good looking men. Which we are all the way here for! Did we mention that the film is executive produced AND based on an idea by the 14-year-old actress? Talk about Black Girl Magic.

Check out the trailer above and watch out for Little in theatres April 12.

Image Source: Universal Pictures
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