It's that fairytale where you grow up with someone, you know him or her as a person, [end up] taking their virginity, then she [moves on] and lives her life, he lives his. I just thought it was fresh, I thought it was of that time and progressive and we hadn't seen something like that.", originally I wasn't into the idea of a sequel but when I read the script I was like OK this makes sense, so it always depends," Lathan revealead.
Epps chimed and said: "Gina and I actually spoke about that and she has this you-don't-touch-a-classic-thing and I agree but it's tempting because it's like what would the story look like now.
She appeared in the television drama series Currently, she is working on new project American Assassin, which will release in late 2017.
This actress has also won and been nominated for several awards including BET Award, Black Reel Award, Black Movie Award and many other.
"Instinctively I would show the other side of love, like how Monica and Quincy didn't make it-to me it could be more interesting.
It's all opinion, some people want to see left, some people want to see right," Epps claimed if the movie was to continue.
However, she did not confirm any of these relationships publicly.
“I don't feel like I'm carrying the torch for anyone, but at the same time I recognize the relevance of a black face on television because when I grew up, there weren't that many black faces on television.”Omar Epps was born on July 20, 1973, in Brooklyn, New York.Let's not get it twisted even for a moment, the gorgeous actress Sanna Lathan isn't single because she doesn't have suitors, it's her choice!Could very well be that The Perfect Guy's Leah Vaughn has not found her perfect man/ soulmate in real life."I think it's sort of that fairytale love story for women.Monica and Quincy had a real friendship and that's the basis of every great relationship which is really hard to do. "I just thought it was a dope script, it's really empowering for women, certain undertones of the film resonated with me also.In a new interview with Essence, Omar Epps and Sanaa Lathan reveal what they have been up to since their romance ended on the hit film.would've taken a different approach if a part two was shown.Bringing you exclusive gossip on celebrities' personal life is what we do best, so.Let's explore some of Sanna Lathan's personal life details here.As for their characters, Epps revealed that he couldn't relate to the character at all because he grew up without a father. He had a mother and a father; I grew up without a father. I don't think any of us artists/actors were popular kids; it kind of doesn't work that way. For me it's always fun to discover those characters that you don't naturally relate to versus playing characters that you can relate to," he explained.Lathan claims she could relate to Monica because she's a woman who believed a career could cause conflict with relationships.