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Joy Bryant Lands In New Kevin Hart Comedy Remake Of 'About Last Night'!

Posted Aug 15, 2012

It looks like the new Kevin Hart and Michael Ealy film, the unnamed remake of About Last Night is picking up some serious steam as the Screen Gems film has already cast Hart along with Michael Ealy and Regina Hall. The film was looking a lot like Think Like A Man for a second, but now the added Bryant there to make things look different. Anyway, Bryant landed a role in the new film. Check out the details from Deadline;

EXCLUSIVE: Parenthood’s Joy Bryant has won the female lead in the currently untitled Screen Gems’ romantic comedy that is based on the David Mamet play Sexual Perversity in Chicago, which was turned into the film About Last Night. Bryant will join Michael Ealy (in the role originated by Rob Lowe), Kevin Hart (in the Jim Belushi role), and Regina Hall (in the Elizabeth Perkins role). Steve Pink is directing a script by Bachelorette‘s Leslye Headland, and production will begin on September 17, with Will Gluck and Will Packer. They are in the process of retitling the film, which is closer in spirit to Mamet’s play than About Last Night, but which will take place in Los Angeles and not the Chicago setting of the play and first film.

“Since I first saw her in Antwone Fisher, I could tell she was going to be a movie star, and I’ve offered her several things that didn’t work out for one reason another,” said Screen Gems president Clint Culpepper. “Finally, it looks like this is going to work out because the Parenthood line producer and creator have given us warm assurances they will move mountains to make this possible for her. I really believe this will be the one that makes her a movie star. This girl is funny, smart, gorgeous and a good actress and I am excited to be delivering the role that I know she will knock out of the park.” Bryant’s repped by CAA and KillerMoxie Management.

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