I think they’re doing a fantastic job of executing what is coming next. We’ve been having a fantastic time, and I think that will translate on screen. I’m normally not a fan of sequels, but selfishly speaking, I honestly wanted to see the progression. Of course, when you’re doing a movie, that’s the job of the actors and actresses. But in Part 1, I believed every single relationship. The writers have done a good job of doing that, and the producers.
With all the push and pull there was in Zeke and Mya’s relationship, I wanted to see how a relationship like that would evolve. And myself, as the talent, I think I’ve done a great job.
GARY OWEN: Other than Romany [Malco], Mike [Ealy], Kevin [Hart], Jerry [Ferrara] and Terrence [Jenkins], I think my character is the most talked-about. Over the course of this movie, it shakes up the snow globe of their marriage. OWEN: Me and my wife did it on our second date, so you don’t gotta wait 90 days. He takes things and runs with them, whether it’s correct or incorrect, and I do that in real life.
I’ll assume things are a certain way, and I’ll plan things accordingly to what I thought it should be.
I assume, from a conversation that we were having, that I’m the choice of best man, but I was never truly picked to be the best man.
De Jesus, repped by Diverse Talent and manager Bob Mc Gowan, appears on All My Children.
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.
One thing that was evident from the scenes that we watched on set was that the cast – Kevin Hart, Michael Ealy, Jerry Ferrara, Meagan Good, Regina Hall, Taraji P.