Little: Regina Hall Goes From Powerful Tech Mogul to Pint-Size Terror in This New Comedy

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If you've ever taken a break from the nonstop stress of adulthood to yearn for the carefree days of your childhood (which we've all done; let's be real), then you'll definitely appreciate Little. The Universal Pictures film follows Jordan Sanders, a powerful tech mogul who is "given" the chance to relive her carefree days as a tween right before a huge career move.

Support the Girls's Regina Hall and Black-ish's Marsai Martin both handle the reins as Jordan — Hall as the cutthroat mogul version and Martin as the 13-year-old with a smart mouth. Insecure's Issa Rae joins the party as Jordan's long-suffering assistant April — the only one who knows the big secret and relishes that business opportunity it presents. From the looks of the trailer, we're in for a hilarious ride full of iconic lines, questionable fashion, and a lot of good-looking men. Which we are all the way here for! Did we mention that the film is executive-produced AND based on an idea by 14-year-old Martin? Talk about Black Girl Magic.

Check out the trailer above and watch out for Little in theaters April 12.