Trailer released for Netflix comedy film 'Step Sisters' — member of black sorority teaches white sorority how to step
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Trailer released for Netflix comedy film 'Step Sisters' — member of black sorority teaches white sorority how to step

The trailer has been released for the upcoming culture-shock comedy film, Step Sisters, debuting January 19 as a Netflix original.

The film, originally planned for a March theatrical release, was in limbo after Broad Green Pictures halted its production division. This impacted over 50 theatrical releases they had pending.

Scripted by Dear White People's Chuck Hayward and directed by Drumline's Charles Stone III, the story centers on an ambitious black sorority girl, Jamilah, who is enlisted by her dean to teach the art of black Greek stepping to a white sorority whose charter is about to be revoked. She does this so that she can get admitted to the law school of her dreams.

Jeffrey Soros, Simon Horsman, Ben Cory Jones, Lena Waithe and Matt Alvarez are producers.

Megalyn Echikunwoke stars in the film, and is joined by Dear White People stars Nia Jervier and Marque Richardson, Power's Naturi Naughton, How to Get Away with Murder's Matt McGorry, as well as Eden Sher, Lyndon Smith, Gage Golightly and Alessandra Torresani.

Watch the trailer and view the poster below:

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