Regina Hall has been one of our faves on the Black Hollywood comedy scene for a while now.

We fell in love with her as Candy in The Best Man (1999), and since then she’s gone on to charm us in the romantic classic Love & Basketball (2000), make us laugh in the Scream Franchise, became a household in TV shows Ally McBeal, and Law & Order: LA. Then went on to become a global powerhouse in films like Think Like a Man (2012), About Last Night (2014) and the box office-busting Girls Trip (2017).

Consistent in her delivery, and quietly churning out classic work, Ms Hall is back with Little. Created by Black-ish star Marsai Martin, Hall plays Jordan Sanders who whilst terrorising her staff including her personal assistant April (Issa Rae) receives the chance to relive the life of her younger self (Marsai Martin) at a point in her life when the pressures of adulthood become too much for her to bear after a girl she offended wishes she was little.

TBB Talks spoke to Hall to find out more about her character and the importance of starring in a film with three black women leads …


Little is in UK cinemas Friday 12th April 2019

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