Starring Tiffany Haddish as a teacher and Kevin Hart as one of her adult students, “Night School” earned $28 million in North America to be No. 1.
The stars are joined by a motley collection of comic performers in pursuit of a G.E.D.
The two comedians are joined by Taran Killam and Rob Riggle in the fall comedy, directed by Malcolm D. Lee.
In the affably amusing, sometimes spittingly funny “Girls Trip,” a weekend getaway brings trouble, laughs and sisterhood.
This movie revives the “Barbershop” franchise, bringing back Ice Cube as the owner of a haircutting establishment on Chicago’s South Side.
“Thor” retains the No. 1 spot at the box office, while “The Best Man Holiday” has a better than expected showing, taking in about $30.6 million to land at No. 2.
Long-forgotten rivalries and attractions simmer in “The Best Man Holiday,” about onetime college friends reuniting in their late 30s.
Richard Curtis, John Lee Hancock, Kasi Lemmons and Malcolm D. Lee describe the holiday movies that they cherish.