In her first feature film, Little, 14-year-old Marsai Martin turned heads and tables by becoming one of the youngest producers in Hollywood. In the magical movie, Regina Hall is a tech mogul from hell named Jordan, who is overcompensating for the bullying she suffered as a child. One day when she goes too far, Jordan finds herself on the business end of a magic spell and wakes up as her middle school self, played by Marsai.
Little is directed by Tina Gordon, produced by Will Packer and stars Issa Rae, Luke James and Tone Bell. The film is the brainchild of Martin, who came up with the concept during season one of Black-ish, where she plays twin daughter Diane Johnson. “Growing up, I didn’t have any inspirations,” she tells BET.com. “I think now I get to create and inspire more young Black girls to continue doing what they love and reach for the stars.”
In this exclusive gag reel, we catch the stars on set getting hit with bagels, falling off couches and trying desperately to hold it together through some off-the-wall dialogue.
Watch the clip and our interviews with the cast below. Little releases on digital June 25 and physically on July 9!
Photo Credit: Universal Studios