Tiffany Haddish laid out a prophecy her own massive success before she was adored as breakout star of "Girls Trip."
Months before the raunchy comedy was the breakout hit of the summer in 2017, she was on set of another movie confidently predicting a huge career as an actress, which we're currently watching unfold, with new projects being announced every few weeks, and a hosting stint at next month's MTV Movie & TV Awards. In TooFab's exclusive clip from the set of "All Between Us," a comedy coming out on DVD/VOD on June 5, Haddish eagerly talked about grand plans to take over Hollywood.
"What's next for Tiffany Haddish, you ask?" Haddish said at the time. "I have to tell you, look, I'm about to blow up, OK? I'm going to be the next Halle Berry slash Jim Carrey with that Oprah Winfrey money, getting awards like Tom Hanks, OK? What, Meryl Streep who? Tiffany Haddish is here, boo."
But Tiffany's desire to be bigger than Streep wasn't isn't driven by power, so much as money to provide for her family and, apparently, the handicapped population. No joke, she'd love to open up a nightclub called "Ramps and Rails."
"I'm just trying to make my dreams come true and my dream is to put food on people's tables, you know? I'm going to have my production company pop off and make sure everybody gets to eat, you know?" Haddish said. "And I want to change lives. I'm going to open up a nightclub one day for handicapped people. People think that's a joke but I'm serious. It's going be called Ramps and Rails. It's going to be off the chain."
Haddish ended the clip with a shout-out to Lakeside Pictures, the production company that hired her for "All Between Us," and a wish to collaborate with her own production company She Ready. Months later, Haddish did make a collaboration happen -- a two-year deal with HBO.