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Red Carpet Screening: Think Like A Man Too

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Think Like a Man Too


by Dawgelene "Dr Dawj" Sangster- If you thought Think Like a Man was a great movie, you are in for a mega treat with Think Like A Man Too, starring the hilarious Kevin Hart, Regina Hall, Terrence Jenkins and other stars from the original cast. The highly anticipated sequel is heading to theaters on Friday, June 20, 2014. The cast is currently touring the country promoting the sequel, which is anticipated to be a box office hit. Visiting Chicago for the red carpet was Regina Hall, Kevin Hart and Terrence Jenkins, who do what they do best; provide laughter for media and fans. We won't spoil the movie, but you MUST buy tickets and take your friends to see this movie on June 20th. You will not be disappointed.

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