Watch Regina Hall Navigate an Awkward Work Party in Prime Video's 'Master' (Exclusive)

Regina Hall entertains some awkward conversation at a party in Prime Video's upcoming horror film, 'Master,' which drops on March 18. Here's an exclusive clip.

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Earlier this month, we gave you an exclusive look at Prime Video’s Master, a horror set at a university starring upcoming Oscars co-hostRegina Hall. Today, we have an exclusive clip from the film that highlights the situations Hall’s character Gail Bishop has to face as the first Black woman to serve as Master at Ancaster College.

In the above clip, Bishop is greeted by a few faculty members at a party, celebrating her appointment. There’s references to Barack Obama with an interesting comparison made between Bishop and Barack. It’s wild to see how “different’ Bishop being appointed Master is, but we all know why, right?

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Master hits Amazon Prime Video and select theaters on March 18. You can check out the exclusive clip (and official trailer) above; check out the synopsis below.

In writer-director Mariama Diallo’s debut feature, Master, three women strive to find their place at a prestigious New England university whose frosty elitism may disguise something more sinister. Professor Gail Bishop (Regina Hall) has recently been promoted to “Master” of a residence hall, the first time at storied Ancaster College that a Black woman has held the post. Determined to breathe new life into a centuries-old tradition, Gail soon finds herself wrapped up in the trials and tribulations of Jasmine Moore (Zoe Renee), an energetic and optimistic Black freshman. Jasmine’s time at Ancaster hits a snag early on when she’s assigned a dorm room that is rumored to be haunted. Things get worse when Jasmine clashes in the classroom with Liv Beckman (Amber Gray), a professor in the middle of her own racially charged tenure review. As Gail tries to maintain order and fulfill the duties of a Master, the cracks begin to show in Ancaster’s once-immaculate facade. After a career spent fighting to make it into Ancaster’s inner circle, Gail is confronted with the horrifying prospect of what lies beneath, her question ultimately becoming not whether the school is haunted, but by whom. 

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