Universal has unveiled the first trailer for upcoming comedy, Little and it’s bound to make you excited to head to the theaters to watch it this spring!
Little finds Issa Rae playing an under appreciated, overworked assistant named April who works for Jordan (Regina Hall) — a CEO so demanding it seems as though everyone on her staff is afraid of her.
Thanks to karma (and a bit of magic) however, it looks like Jordan’s s about to get a taste of her own medicine…sort of.
A fated run-in with a little girl finds Jordan magically turning into a kid again (played by black-ish star Marsai Martin).
Jordan may be a pint-sized pre-teen, but it’s clear she won’t be shaking her CEO ways despite being forced to trade boardroom meetings for middle school.
Watch the hilarious first trailer for Little below!
The upcoming comedy is helmed by Tina Gordon Chism (What Men Want, Drumline) who also penned the script based off of an original idea from none other than the film’s young star, Marsai Martin.
Martin, who scored an executive producer credit on the film, took to Twitter to share the trailer.
“When the world tells you your dream is too big…you search for the folks that can see your vision. God is good!” tweeted Martin.
When the world tells you your dream is too big…you search for the folks that can see your vision. God is good! #littlethemovie https://t.co/HZI1ylqb4q Thank you @funnyblackdude @willpowerpacker @TracyYOliver @UniversalPics @TinaGordonChism #mywholevillagetoo
— Marsai Martin (@marsaimartin) January 9, 2019
Also starring Justin Hartley, Tone Bell, Caleb Emery, JD McCrary, and Abbie Gayle, Little hits theaters on April 12, 2019.
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