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‘Little’ Trailer: Regina Hall, Marsai Martin Star In Body-Swap Comedy From Universal & ‘Girls Trip’ Producer

Amanda N'Duka

Universal has released the first official trailer for Little, the forthcoming body-swapping comedy starring Regina Hall, Black-ish star Marsai Martin, and Insecure‘s Issa Rae. Tina Gordon directed the Will Packer Productions (Girls Trip) pic, which can be compared to films like Tom Hanks’ Big or Jennifer Garner’s 13 Going On 30 — but in reverse.

Hall plays Jordan Sanders, a snarky tech mogul who, from the trailer, shows little regard for her seemingly ambitious and obsequious assistant, April (Rae). After a confrontation with a young girl, Hall wakes up to find that she is a tween (Martin) again and has to lean on her assistant, the only one in on the secret, to run the company, while she heads back to grade school.

Girls Trip scribe Tracy Oliver co-wrote the screenplay with Gordon. It’s based on a pitch from 14-year old Martin, who serves as an executive producer along with Hall, Josh Martin, and Preston Holmes. Will Packer produced alongside production partner James Lopez and Black-ish creator Kenya Barris.

Little hits theaters April 12.

Check out the trailer above.

 

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