So this is what it would look like if Tiffany Haddish and Brad Pitt ever went out on a hot date. "'Well, if I'm single in a year, and you're single in a year, maybe we could get together and see what happens, '" Haddish said, relaying what Pitt told her in an elevator at an pre-Oscars party. Tiffany gained fame after she appeared in last year's film Girls Trip. The big projects just keep coming her way.
Haddish also described an encounter she had with Brad Pitt in an elevator recently.
Variety reports Haddish will serve as an executive producer for the show which will examine "female blackness, beauty, and identity through a behind-the-scenes look at the Instagram hustle". The actress can now be seen starring opposite Tracy Morgan in The Last O.G. comedy series on TBS, as well as in Kevin Hart's upcoming comedy movie, Night School, coming out September 28, 2018. While HBO is primarily known for its prestige dramas, it also has had quite a few solid comedy series that can not quite be called sitcoms. This marks Roquemore's first outing as a writer, as she is known primarily for her acting work.
Haddish will also be the executive producer for Universal Studio's upcoming flick, The Temp. She played the character Tamera in The Mindy Project for six seasons, as well as Jo Ann in the Oscar-nominated film Precious.
Details are scarce on the series, but the concept does sound interesting. The unprecedented success of Disney and Marvel's Black Panther film this year further proved that films with predominantly coloured cast can be successful as well.