We’ve all heard of the “Vegas Rule,” but from the looks of things in the extended trailer for the new movie Girls Trip, what happens in New Orleans should stay in The Big Easy. Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith and Tiffany Haddish star in the film and give us a glimpse of what happens when four lifelong friends head to NOLA for the Essence Festival. We all know that when the girls get a chance to break away from their everyday monotony, catch a flight and break loose, the shenanigans are sure to commence.
The comedy's official trailer highlights the personalities present in every girl's crew. First, there’s "the prude." You know, the one whose vacation attire includes the longest of pants, full cover-ups and dresses fit for a deaconess? Yeah, her. Then there’s “the classic romantic." The one who is likely to fall deeply in love with a complete stranger over the holiday weekend. There's also "the level-headed one," who is likely also "the planner" who keeps things from getting too far out of line, or at least she attempts to. And lastly, no crew is complete without "the wild child." We love her for her carefree and adventurous spirit, but her slick mouth and short fuse has gotten us all in a jam or two. We all know these girls -- and may even be one -- which makes this movie even more of a must-see. We're thinking The Hangover meets Sex and The City meets melanin, and we are here for it.
We suspect that we're not the only ones. Droves of men will watch in an attempt to learn exactly what goes on during these girl's getaways, and women will reminisce, get ideas for their upcoming trips or simply gaze upon all the masculine goodness on the screen courtesy of forever fine Larenz Tate and chocolate drops Mike Colter and Kofi Siriboe. Whatever the takeaway, this movie this sure to pack plenty of laughs for all.
Universal Pictures’ Girls Trip will hit theaters July 21st, but you can check out the hilarious NSFW trailer below. As you book your own girls trip this summer, make sure this movie is part of the plans.