Tiffany Haddish made an appearance at CinemaCon in Las Vegas Wednesday to promote her upcoming big screen comedy Night School.
The comedienne and actress, 38, co-stars with Kevin Hart in the film set for a September release.
She and Hart both took the stage to talk about their movie that follows a group of misfits who are forced to attend adult classes in the hope they’ll pass the GED exam.
Girl of the moment: Tiffany Haddish put on a stylish show at CinemaCon in Las Vegas Wednesday wearing high-waisted black slacks with suspenders and a crisp white shirt
Haddish, who broke out thanks to last summer’s Girls Trip, wore a pair of high-waisted black slacks with suspenders paired with a crisp white cotton shirt.
She wore her hair loose and straight and added a pair of black heels.
Hart, 38, who co-wrote the screenplay for Night School, opted for a long white shirt with black stripe untucked over a pair of burgundy pants.
Plugging their movie: The comedienne and actress joined Kevin Hart on stage to promote their upcoming big screen comedy Night School
Playing for laughs: The pair star together in the film about a group of misfits who are forced to attend adult classes in the hope they’ll pass the GED exam
Star power: Haddish, who broke through with last summer’s Girls Trip, entertained the crowd as Hart and producer Will Packer looked on
Haddish is set to be honored with the CinemaCon Female Star of Tomorrow Award at a gala Thursday night at The Colosseum at Ceasar’s Palace.
‘Since breaking out on the big screen with her showstopping role in Girls Trip, Tiffany Haddish has established herself as one of the most sought-after comedic talents in film,’ said Mitch Neuhauser, Managing Director of CinemaCon, in a statement.
‘With her unfiltered confidence and signature humor, she is sure to have audiences rolling in the aisles for years to come,’ he added.
Meanwhile, it was announced Wednesday that Haddish along with Harrison Ford will join Hart and Jenny Slate for the animated sequel The Secret Life Of Pets 2.
The 2016 feature, which followed the goings-on of house pets while their owners were away, grossed more than $875 million worldwide, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Award: Haddish, pictured with Samuel L. Jackson, is set to be honored with the CinemaCon Female Star of Tomorrow Award at a gala Thursday night at The Colosseum at Ceasar’s Palace
Coming later int he year: Night School is set to hit movie theatres on September 28