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Stars of 'Think Like a Man Too' walk the red carpet at the Detroit-area premiere

Sunday night at the Emagine Royal Oak Theater, actors Regina Hall and Terrence J appeared to walk the red carpet and introduce the movie to fans at the Detroit-area premiere of "Think Like a Man Too." The sequel to the successful 2012 film, "Think Like a Man" based on the book by Steve Harvey, is set to open in theaters everywhere on June 20. Sunday's screening was an advanced showing of the newest film.

Red carpet premiere at the Emagine Royal Oak Theater.
Photo courtesy of Complete Video Solutions, Used with permission.

Regina Hall and Terrence J reprise their role as the central couple in the sequel, Candice and Michael. Candice you may remember, was the single mom who fell for mama's boy Michael in the first film. At the beginning of this new film, the couple is set to get married in Las Vegas, but not before their entire gang of friends reunite for their bachelor/bachelorette parties in Sin City.

Kevin Hart leads the charge, with original cast members Terrence J, Regina Hall, Meagan Good, Taraji P. Henson, Jerry Ferrara, Michael Ealy, Romany Malco, Gary Owen and Gabrielle Union all returning. Also returning is Michael's over-bearing mom played by Jenifer Lewis. New to the sequel is Reno 911! vet Wendi McLendon-Covey, and David Walton and Adam Brody. Dennis Haysbert also joins the cast in the role of Uncle Eddie.

This is Regina Hall's second appearance in the Detroit-area, following her time here this past February promoting another comedy she co-starred in with Kevin Hart, "About Last Night." Both Hall and Terrence J greeted fans and did a short introduction in front of the packed audience at the Emagine Theater.

Detroit Lions superstar - and controversial figure - Ndamukong Suh was supposed to be on-hand to walk the red carpet, but his appearance was cancelled shortly before the premiere event.

"Think Like a Man Too" is directed by Tim Story and opens on Friday, June 20.

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