Universal Pictures has set a Digital HD and Blu-ray release date for the Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish comedy “Night School”. The film will first launch on Digital HD and the digital movie app Movies Anywhere on December 11th, followed by the On Demand version on December 28th. The film will then launch on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD on January 1st, just in time for the cold winter nights.
The film follows a successful hustling salesman and his new group of misfit friends who are forced to attend adult classes in hopes of getting their GED. The story picks up when successful salesman Teddy Walker’s (Kevin Hart, Jumanji, Ride Along 1 & 2) life turns around after getting fired for accidentally destroying his workplace. Forced to attend night school so he can finally get his GED and find another job, Teddy soon finds himself amongst a group of misfit students, a teacher with no patience for grown up class clowns named Carrie (Tiffany Haddish, Girls Trip, Uncle Drew) and his high school nemesis-turned-principal Stewart (Taran Killam, Killing Gunther, Ted 2) who will strive to make sure he fails the course.
The film hit theaters back in September, opening at number-one with a $27M debut. The comedy went on to make over $75M domestically and over $96M worldwide.
Malcolm D. Lee (Girls Trip, Best Man franchise) directed the film, the cast includes Hart, Haddish, Killam, Rob Riggle (The Hangover, 21 Jump Street) and Romany Malco (The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Think Like a Man series). Hart and Will Packer (Ride Along franchise) produced the film.
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