The conversation got interesting when Taraji was asked about her intimate scenes with Michael Ealy.
Whether or not they really kissed and exactly what was off-limits for him to touch is explained below.
And I try to tell my celebrity friends, when someone says something to you on Twitter, don't respond to that jackass. What did you think when you heard he was cast, especially as a guy who is a player?
[aughs.] I didn't realize that Chris Brown had a cameo in the movie. It's unfortunate when you're in the limelight the world gets to know about your dirty laundry, but as humans, we all have it, so for me to stand back and judge him and say that what he did was — is what he did wrong? I guarantee you if you could give him those five minutes back, he would change it. But unfortunately, he's human just like the rest of us.
When any of the characters talk about the opposite sex, none of them say anything remotely new. Put them in the closet until they can come out and act right. But what I'm saying is we have to allow each other to be human and we have to allow humans to make mistakes and to be big enough to forgive them. Have you gotten any sort of criticism for supporting him? If you saw Two Can Play That Game then it's much the same dynamic, with both sides working the other until all the scheming inevitably falls apart.What works best is when the guys are all together, especially during the hilarious basketball scenes, because we get to see the camaraderie and chemistry of the cast come together.
The story centers on a close knit group of guys who all represent clearly stereotypes depicted in the book: there's the mamma's boy(Terrence J); the "dreamer"(Michael Ealy); the Playa(Romany Malco); and the man child who won't commit(Jerry Ferrara).