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Girls Trip  -- which was the breakout R-rated comedy hit of the summer -- follows four best friends who met in college but have drifted apart in recent years.

Director Malcolm D. Lee and actress Tiffany Haddish on 'Girls Trip'

Girls Trip -- which was the breakout R-rated comedy hit of the summer -- follows four best friends who met in college but have drifted apart in recent years.

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Girls Trip  -- which looks like it will be the breakout R-rated comedy hit of the summer -- follows four best friends who met in college but have drifted apart in recent years.

Director Malcolm D. Lee & actress Tiffany Haddish on 'Girls Trip'

Girls Trip  -- which looks like it will be the breakout R-rated comedy hit of the summer -- follows four best friends who met in college but have drifted apart in recent years.

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