I think it’s fair to say that this past Wednesday, Atlanta belonged to Kevin Hart and the cast of Think Like a Man too. Kevin Hart & Terrance J hosted a meet & greet at Macy’s in Lenox Mall for fans and then rushed over to Atlantic Station for the official Red Carpet Screening of Think Like A Man Too.
I have been in the blogging world for a few years now, and I have never seen crowds or media come out like they did for Kevin Hart. Fans were lined up for hours to meet Kevin & Terrance J. They were able to get their picture taken and a signed copy of the poster for Think Like A Man Too.
In order to meet & take a picture with Kevin & Terrance J, fans had to purchase $35 worth of Papi Underwear. It’s the same underwear Kevin does his Risky Business scene in for the movie, Think Like A Man Too. In this video clip, Kevin talks quickly about the underwear scene and calls his bulge, impressive!
After the meet & greet, I was actually able to see the movie and I honestly give it two thumbs up. It’s a great compliment to the first movie. You get to see how the characters have evolved and how love & funny still go great together.
I was lucky (& close) enough to be on the red carpet and hear the producer Will Packer talk about the cast being genuinely friends which made it a great atmosphere to be in.
The movie opens Nationwide on Friday, June 20th! It’s a great sequel and would make a nice date night movie or a girls night out flick. I found myself laughing out loud a lot! I had a few favorite scenes, but without giving the movie away – my boo, Ronnie Devoe, made an appearance. Don’t blink though or you will miss him. Also, looking at Kevin in his Flintstone outfit for too long kept me laughing! Here is a clip of the movie in case you haven’t seen it.
Do you think you will see it? If you read this post after June 20th and saw the movie, please share your thoughts!
I am a member of the Everywhere Society and Everywhere has provided me with compensation for this post about Macy’s and Think Like a Man Too. However, all thoughts and opinions expressed herein are my own.