Mike Mitchell ("Trolls") will take over directing duties from Phil Lord and Chris Miller on the sequel, which is due in theaters February 8, 2019.
After her breakout role in "Girls Trip," Haddish has hosted "SNL," presented at the Oscars (where demands were made for her to team up with co-presenter Maya Rudolph to host next year) and was courted by such big names as "Phantom Thread" director P.T. Anderson.
She's also set to star opposite Melissa McCarthy in mob comedy "The Kitchen" and attached to star in the Universal comedy "The Temp," as well as another female-drive comedy called "Limited Partners."
She's also got a book coming out in December ("The Last Black Unicorn") and just announced tour dates for her new stand-up set, "She Ready." Whew!