The romantic comedy ‘Think Like A Man’, based on Steve Harvey’s best-selling book, hits theaters on April 20th and the star-studded cast are in full promo mode.
Actresses Meagan Good, Gabrielle Union, Regina Hall along with Michael Ealy (who was just sitting there looking handsome) recently sat down for a few interviews to talk about their roles in the movie as well as what they’ve learned from the book. (i.e introducing kids to your significant other early in the relationship to make sure they get along and the 90 day ‘no sex’ rule). Gabby also dished on how twitter is changing relationships.
The cast also took some time to weigh in on the Trayvon Martin case that has sparked National outrage with Regina Hall saying:
We all come from black men –we have uncles, brothers, nephews and we’re sitting next to one. Any time something happens [like this], you feel for all the men in your community and all the other communities it affects as well. It’s a tragic day for all of us. Their family, our prayers go out to them and we hope that this situation makes us take a deeper look so this doesn’t happen again, again, again and again. Obviously, it’s been happening quite a bit.
Meagan Good added:
And a bigger stand at being vocal about it and bringing it to center stage and just keep doing that because I feel like the more attention that we give it and the more we are vocal about it, the more it can not be ignored.