Hall described the film as a “hard R” rating and then went into colorful detail on the elements that makes the movie reach the R-rated level. “Now for a role like this do you have to do research for something like that,” Kimmel asked leading the actress to say she “accidentally” had research.
During a get together at a couple’s home who are friends of the actress, she received an edible parting gift, pot brownies. Only thing is she didn’t realize what they were. “The next day, I’m like oh like every woman, I’m eating a brownie before I go work out, right. I’m going to go do a hike. I’m going to do it and I’m going to burn it,” she said. With this logic she decided to have both brownies she was given at the party and well, her hike never looked the same.
Watch Regina Hall recount the time she accidentally ate marijuana brownies in the clip below. Share your thoughts in the comments and check out the trailer for “Girls Trip,” in theaters later this month, while you’re at it.
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Photo: Jimmy Kimmel Live via ABC