WHO’S IN IT?
Regina Hall (Girls Trip), Marsai Martin (Fun Mom Dinner), Issa Rae (The Hate U Give), Justin Hartley (A Bad Moms Christmas), Tone Bell (Dog Days), Rachel Dratch (Click), JD McCrary (film debut), Caleb Emery (Summer of 84), Mikey Day (Brother Nature)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Tina Gordon Chism (Peeples), director, writer; Tracy Oliver (Girls Trip), writer; Kenya Barris (Barbershop: A Fresh Cut), James Lopez (What Men Want) and William Packer (Ride Along), producers; Germaine Franco (Tag), composer; cinematographer TBA; David Moritz (It’s Complicated), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
April (Rae) is the long-suffering assistant to her nightmarish boss Jordan Sanders (Hall) who makes her life a living hell. One day, however, Jordan wakes up to find that she has turned back into her 13-year-old self (Martin) just as she is about to give a do-or-die presentation, and desperately needs April’s help to manage her predicament. Together, both women – one of them being trapped in an awkward tween body – learn to respect one another, and relish in a second chance to properly grow up…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Marsai Martin – the young star of hit TV comedy Black-ish – becomes the youngest person to ever be assigned an executive producer’s credit, on this Big-inspired film that Martin herself came up with the story for.