Published: Thu, April 05, 2018
Life&Culture | By Ben Goodman

'Night School' Trailer: Tiffany Haddish Has More to Teach Us

'Night School' Trailer: Tiffany Haddish Has More to Teach Us

For Kevin Hart, class is back in session with the release of the trailer for his upcoming film, Night School starring fellow comedian Tiffany Haddish. Of course, we know that things won't go exactly to plan - the eccentric principal Stewart (portrayed by Drunk History's Taran Killam) is Teddy's first big obstacle, his "clinically dumb" diagnosis is his second - and that hilarity is bound to ensue. He starts to attend night classes where he encounters Haddish's Carrie, a teacher who is as determined as her student is.

Since Teddy was only a few credits shy of graduating, he figures that finishing up high school studies won't be too hard, and so he enrolls in night school in order to earn his GED.

But Haddish set one goal for herself before paying back her debt: "Now when I am in Forbes Magazine as one of the highest paid actresses in the world I will pay you that $300 back".

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Hart shared a touching Instagram post promoting the new trailer, where he shared helping Haddish out when she was homeless, living in her auto on the streets of Los Angeles.

'When he sees me, he says he's so proud of me and stuff. Sometimes I don't. And then I'll be like, "Dang, I should've listened, ' she added".

Night School opens in theaters on September 28. This wasn't the first time Haddish and Hart were co-stars. And he's always giving me the best advice.

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