Packer graduated from Florida A&M University, #5 on ESSENCE and Money's list of 50 Best Colleges for African-Americans.

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Maybe an international trip is on the horizon for the ladies.

Sydney Scott
Aug, 25, 2017

Girls Trip is undoubtedly the year’s biggest and best comedy, hitting the $100 million mark, $31 million of which was earned during the film’s opening weekend. Of course, such a successful film has fans wondering if a sequel is on the horizon, and according to the film’s producer, Will Packer, there might be.

Packer told Vulture, "We’re definitely talking about it. The only thing harder than opening a studio comedy today is opening a studio comedy sequel. That’s the next challenge.”

Girls Trip has been praised by critics and fans, proving that audiences will watch a film with black female leads, despite what Hollywood may think. 

Packer continued, "I love our team. If anybody can do it, we can do it. It’s still a little early — the movie is still in theaters — but it’s something we’ve all thought about."