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Yvonne Orji Will Star In Upcoming Comedy 'Night School' With Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish

Yvonne Orji just landed her first major film role in Kevin Hart's upcoming comedy "Night School."

More Yvonne Orji on our screens? We'll go with yes.


The Nigerian-American actor, writer and Insecure star, just landed her first feature film role!

The actor has signed on for Kevin Hart's upcoming comedy Night School, which follows the shenanigans of a group of adults attending night school as they prepare to take the GED exam, Deadline reports.

The film will also star Girls Trip breakout star Tiffany Haddish—so we can pretty much expect comedic greatness.

We can't wait to see Orji shine on the big screen! Last year, we listed her as one of OkayAfrica's 100 Women. For more on Orji, revisit our in-depth profile with the star from last year, where we named her our favorite rising star.

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