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What do I look like taking relationship advice from a man who has paid three different divorce lawyers?
to seek fame and fortune in the world of self-help and spirituality, specializing in settling intimacy issues between couples.The ensemble comedy Think Like a Man, inspired by Steve Harvey’s best-selling book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, was a huge hit, naturally leading to a sequel that will be bringing all of the couples back for a wedding in Las Vegas, when it hits theaters on June 20, what was supposed to be a romantic weekend goes terribly awry when their various misadventures, and the bachelor and bachelorette parties, get them into some compromising situations that threaten to derail the big event.Back on June 13, 2013, Collider was invited, along with a handful of other press, to visit the Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino set of Think Like a Man Too and chat with the cast and filmmakers.“Think Like a Man” reveals its willingness to treat its characters as archetypes early on — Hart’s character introduces us to “The Dreamer,” “The Momma’s Boy,” et.al., which makes it easy never to learn the names of any of the people onscreen.Then the “Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man” author and executive producer of the upcoming film beat me to the punch.
"Failure is a wonderful teacher," Harvey told "CBS This Morning" host Gayle King on April 9.
Will [Packer] was like, “You know there’s a sequel, right? ” Just to be able to hang with these guys and laugh at work and learn so much, I’m happy. You just got a chance to get to know these characters.
Our writers are so fantastic, as is our director and our producers. With everybody’s characters, I could really relate and say, “Wow, I know people like that,” or “I’ve been that person.” So, to see it now and to track where they’re going, I think for our audience, it’s something they’ll have a need for and want.
And I put them in a book for you." shows Romany Malco, Kevin Hart, Jesse Ferrara, Michael Ealy and Terrence J.
dating women, played by Meagan Good, Wendy Williams, Gabrielle Union, Taraji P.
They improvised countless versions of lines, each getting a laugh from whoever was in earshot around the casino. You don’t think that can really even happen until it does.