A Girls Trip sequel is in the works, according to Will Packer who produced the hit 2017 film.
Packer made the announcement Friday, during an interview on Good Morning America.
“I think that the time is actually right, and this is something that I will tell you and break right now at GMA, the Girls Trip 2 sequel, we are underway,” Packer said.
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The comedy starred Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Tiffany Haddish and Jada Pinkett Smith. It followed the foursome as they jetted off on a weekend getaway to a New Orleans music festival. The movie was directed by Malcolm D. Lee, and earned $140 million at the worldwide box office on a $19 million budget.
According to Packer, the four main actresses are all returning for the new film. “We are absolutely in the stages, the ladies are in, I just talked to the director,” he told GMA co-host Michael Strahan.
Packer added that the production team is trying to decide which direction the sequel will take.
“Now it’s just about what kind of trip do we take, right?” he explained. “Post-pandemic with all our favorite crazy ladies, what do we do with them? That’s what we got to figure out.”
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The four actresses had hinted about a possible sequel in past interviews, but there was no confirmation until now.
Packer was on GMA was to talk about his next gig, producing the 2022 Academy Awards.