' (MIKE MYERS), Pitka is an American who was left at the gates of an ashram in India as a child and raised by gurus. His unorthodox methods are put to the test when he must settle a rift between major league star hockey player Darren Roanoke (ROMANY MALCO) and his estranged wife.
to seek fame and fortune in the world of self-help and spirituality, specializing in settling intimacy issues between couples.
And Mya wants a man who will stick around, so she forces notorious player Zeke (Romany Malco) to wait 90 dates before he gets what she (and all of the film’s other women) refer to as “the cookie.” All of these women turn to, you guessed it, Steve Harvey’s “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man” for advice, which works up to the point when the men figure out what they’re up to and start reading the book themselves.
Will the women figure out that the men are creating fake versions of themselves to please their ladies?
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.
Despite this, Malco seems remarkably focused and friendly as he discusses his new romantic comedy movie THINK LIKE A MAN, the animated FX comedy UNSUPERVISED, his new social network/TV project ROMANY MEETS HIS FRIENDS and more.Question: What did you think when they came to you and said they were going to do a sequel? HENSON: I was a little nervous, to be quite honest. I know we’re doing the right thing here because it literally felt like we never wrapped the first one. I thought he was, for sure, going to be written out. But he did come back, and so we’re trying to make it work. WENDI Mc LENDON-COVEY: Well, I wasn’t in the first one, but I can tell you, as a viewer, for selfish reasons, I wanted there to be a second one because I wasn’t done watching these characters.Was that already in your mind, was it a pleasant surprise, or was it serendipity? I get nervous whenever something goes really well, and then they’re like, “Okay, we’re gonna do a Pt. TERRENCE JENKINS: I’m just excited to be here, and to work with [this cast] again. You have to see these relationships through to the end. MEAGAN GOOD: The first one leaves off where you don’t really know what happens next.(Well, except for Meagan Good’s Mya, but only because of a running gag in which a former one-night-stand keeps running into her and calling her “Michelle” and a bunch of other incorrect names that being with “M.”) Realtor Kristen (Gabrielle Union) has lived with man-child Jeremy (Jerry Ferrara) since college but can’t get him to propose.Single mom Candace (Regina Hall) falls for Michael (Terrence J), but he hasn’t quite cut the umbilical cord to his own overbearing mother (Jenifer Lewis). Henson) wants a man who won’t be intimidated by her swimming-with-the-sharks lifestyle, so would-be chef Dominic (Michael Ealy) has to pretend to be as rich and powerful as she is, even though he’s broke and between gigs.