Taraji P. Henson's "What Men Want" Gets Red Band Trailer: Watch

During the 2019 Valentine’s Day season, Paramount photos What Men Want, a gender-flipped remake the 2000 romantic comedy What Women Want, might be one the marquee showings and to proceed to get audiences excited in regards to the Taraji P. Henson-led movie, the studio has now launched a Red band trailer for the movie.

The movie is centered round Henson who portrays a sports activities company govt annoyed with the Boys’ Club mentality in her office. As evidenced by the trailer, she good points the power to her males’s ideas after taking a fall on the top. Soon sufficient, she’s inside the top her assistant, her colleagues, naturally, her main man (Aldis Hodge), and even Shaq, Mark Cuban and Tracy Morgan. Other outstanding member so the solid embrace Erykah Badu and Pete Davidson.

The new movie is written by Tina Gordon Chism (ATL) and Jas Water (This Is Us) whereas being directed by Adam Shankman. In theaters February eighth, the brand new remake might very be well-needed facelift to the Mel Gibson iteration that arrive almost twenty years in the past. We’ll need to see how effectively it stacks up ultimately.

An preliminary field fice success, What Women Want grossed $374 million worldwide towards a $70 million funds and had the marginally above-average scores hooked up to romantic comedy made for mass consumption.

Taraji P. Henson Hears Men's Inner-Thoughts In Cameo-Filled "What Men Want"

Taraji Henson is starring in a freakafied version the 2000 romantic comedy, What Women Want. The upcoming production, What Men Want, is a gender-flipped take on the original premise in which Taraji’s character can hear men’s inner-thoughts.

The film boasts a star-studded cast that includes Tracy Morgan, Brian “The Boz” Bosworth, Max Greenfield, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Aldis Hodge. It also includes cameos from Shaquille O’Neal, Mark Cuban, and Erykah Badu who is the catalyst the main character’s plight.

Badu plays the role a psychic who fers her counsel to Henson’s character: “I can help you connect with men. Why don’t we have some tea.” The woman accepts the cup but comments on how the drink “smells like dirt.” The psychic responds, “Oh, that’s just jasmine tea if you don’t count the weed and the peyote and the crack.”

The drink sends the truth seeker into a spiral that lands her in the hospital where she experiences her psychic powers unknowingly. It is only when she interacts with her assistant that she realized what the tea had caused. Her assistant was in shock after she recounted her visit to the psychic. His response to her drinking the mystical tea: “I thought black people stopped drinking tea after Get Out.” LOL.

The film hits theaters on January 11, 2019.