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Forest Whitaker and 'Barbershop' Creator Mark Brown in Production on RomCom 'Sharon 1.2.3'

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by Jai Tiggett
November 19, 2013 4:23 PM
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Director Mark Brown, Producer Nina Yang Bongiovi, and Forest Whitaker on the set of 'Sharon 1.2.3'
Director Mark Brown, Producer Nina Yang Bongiovi, and Forest Whitaker on the set of 'Sharon 1.2.3'

See above, a recently tweeted photo from the set of Sharon 1.2.3, the upcoming indie romantic comedy from writer-director Mark Brown (Barbershop 1 &2, How to be a Player, Two Can Play That Game).

Previously titled Sharon is Caring, the film was greenlit by Forest Whitaker's JuntoBox Films at the American Film Market last year

Based on a story by New York based filmmaker Wesley Mills, Sharon 1.2.3 stars Matt Bush (Adventureland) as a young tech geek who gets sexually involved with two different women, both named Sharon. When he falls in love with a third, also named Sharon, the three women conspire to take the relationship into their own hands. 

Production began in LA last week with Nina Yang Bongiovi (Fruitvale Station) producing. 

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3 Comments

  • urbanauteur | November 25, 2013 1:25 PMReply

    How about HARRIET is CHARIOT..? about 3 distinct sisters who gives a "misled" brother a dose of reality?

  • NO BRAINER | November 21, 2013 1:40 AMReply

    OMG! Are they serious with that logline? There is nothing compelling about it. These Juntopox people have time and money to waste.

  • Shanae | November 20, 2013 8:02 AMReply

    Not another rom-com? This doesn't even sound remotely interesting.

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