*Who didn’t see this coming?
“Think like A Man“ set fire to the box office and forced uncontrollable laughter from the gut of audiences everywhere.
So it’s no surprise that production is already underway for the sequel, “Think like A man Too.” And don’t worry, all your favorites are returning.
This go round, the entire crew heads to Vegas for a good ol’ fashioned wedding (no word yet on who is getting married. But watch the first movie and you might get an idea). However, the men in the film can’t seem to let go of their Frathouse ways, which breeds a second heaping of gender rivalry, and even jeopardizes the big event.
As producer Will Packer shares: “We’re excited to follow these beloved characters into the next chapter. The first movie was about our couples coming together. This one is a fun romp which explores whether these relationships can survive against the backdrop of Vegas.”
Tim Story, who directed “Think Like A Man,” returns to direct Think “Like A Man Too,” from a script penned by Keith Merryman and David A. Newman, writers of he first film.
Steve Harvey, Rob Hardy and Rushion McDonald return as executive producers.
“Think Like A Man Too” is scheduled for release on June 20, 2014.
*Don Cheadle is denying rumors that his Miles Davis project will be going to Broadway before hitting the big screen. The actor took to Twitter to clear up the false reports, saying that things are actually progressing.
So far, on Miles Davis Online, an interview with the Jazz artist’s son, Erin Davis and his Nephew Vince Wilburn, Jr. reveals that there’s a new stamp coming soon as well as Don Cheadle’s movie. And they said Antoine Fuqua is directing it.
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Details about the film have been pretty ambiguous up until now. It was suspected that Cheadle was also going to direct it, but that’s also untrue, reports Shadow and Act.
So, yes, there is a Miles Davis movie coming soon.
*After all the hub bub, so to speak, about his appearance at the White House last week, Common is trying something a little different and is getting behind the scenes a bit with a new indie film, “L.U.V.” as the producer.
He’ll also be staring in the flick as well.
In the film, Common, born Lonnie Rashid Lynn, plays Vincent, an ex convict who strikes up an unlikely friendship with his introverted 13-year-old nephew Woody while attempting to turn his life around.
“Vincent is a uniquely conflicted character,” Common said of the role. “I found an appeal in his desire to move past his failures and onto the right track, and the challenges that presents.”
The film also features a lot of first timers and a group of other producers.
*Americans have been worrying about all the possible ways we would be affected by the horrible disaster in Japan and now it is here.
All of the people that have been displaced over there had jobs and families too. They had jobs that supported us and kept us going as well.
There was a major reciprocation between Asia’s Toyota and North American Toyota. They were making the parts we use to put the cars together over here. (more…)