‘Night School’ Director Malcolm D. Lee Is Bringing Us ‘Real Talk’ With New Film
Kwaku Alston
It may be opening weekend of Night School, starring Tiffany Haddish and Kevin Hart, but the film’s director is still out here collecting his coins. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Malcolm D. Lee has already signed on to helm another project for Universal. Lee, who also has films like The Best Man and Girls Trip under his belt, will bring us a new film called Real Talk, which will follow the story of an old-school hip-hop legend trying “to reunite his group to reclaim their past glory as one of the most influential hip-hop acts ever.” Empire and She’s Gotta Have It writer Radha Blank will pen the script, which will also be produced under Lee’s banner, Blackmaled Productions. If Real Talk is anything like the film’s Lee has been bringing us the past few decades, then we know it’s sure to be a box office hit. And that’s some real talk.