‘Girls Trip 2’: Regina Hall Found Out Where The Sequel Would Be Filmed ‘In Real-Time’

It was recently revealed that the sequel would take place in Ghana.

Regina Hall is looking forward to seeing the girls again after news about Girls Trip's sequel was announced in January at the Sundance Film Festival.

In a conversation with PEOPLE, the actress shared that she “found out in real-time with everyone else” that Girls Trip 2 would be taking place in Ghana, according to co-screenwriter Tracy Oliver.

“I'm assuming that that's going to be fun," Hall said. "I'm excited to see the girls again and to make something hopefully that the fans love. I think the biggest thing is we had so much fun making the first one, and I just look forward to just having that kind of fun again and that audiences will hopefully love it as well."

‘Girls Trip 2’ Is Headed To Ghana

‘Girls Trip 2’ Is Headed To Ghana

The first Girl Trip was released in 2017 and starred Hall, Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Tiffany Haddish.

Hall also shared that there was a delay in filming the sequel to ensure that her costars would be available, given their busy schedules as well as the having conflicts due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

"You can't have a film that interactive in the middle of a pandemic. It's about being out and about," Hall added. “That kind of changed it too."

For Girls Trip 2, the ladies will look to attend the popular Afrochella festival, which takes place in Ghana annually, attracting prominent musical acts from the region.

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