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Man Trouble the Movie: If The World Were a Perfect Place

If the world were a perfect place and my book fell into the right hands and they loved it and wanted to turn it into a BIG budget film; well, here are my demands. Here is the imaginary cast to the imaginary film: Man Trouble - The Movie. 


Sanaa Lathan as Sylvia

Nia Long as Patricia 

Gabrielle Union as Valerie

Keke Palmer as Simone

Amber Riley as Kenya

Jackie Long as Ellis

Drake as John

Jason Weaver as Kenya's Boyfriend/John's Friend

Lauren London as CHarle's Mistress

Wesley Jonothan as Patricia's Booty Call

Mehki Phiffer as Charles

Michael B. Jordan as James

T.I. as James Jr. 

O'Shea Jackson as Marcus

Justin Beiber as 'White Boy'

Pooch Hall as Kenya's Abuser

Taquan Richards as Dre

So there you have it! What do you think?


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