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Tim Story Will Direct Movie Adaptation Of Steve Harvey's "Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man"

by Tambay A. Obenson
April 26, 2011 8:53 AM
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With a summer shoot scheduled, it's no surprise that Will Packer and company are quickly putting together their production team (both in front of and behind the camera) for their adaption of Steve Harvey's best-selling book, Act Like A lady, Think Like A Man.

Packer already announced that comedian/actor Kevin Hart would star in the film, essentially as the Steve Harvey character, dishing out advise on matters of the heart.

Just minutes ago, Deadline announced that Tim Story has been hired to direct the ensemble comedy!

Story's last directorial effort was 2009's Hurricane Season which stared Forest Whitaker. Nice to see him working again...

As an aside, can you believe it's sold about 2 million copies! Lemme say that again... 2 MILLION COPIES!! 2 million of you bought this book. Really? That's a lot of folks... mostly women I take it?? So, the question beckons to be asked... did it help? Was it worth it? Have you learned how to "act like a lady and think like a man, and if so, as Dr Phil would ask, how's that working out for ya?

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2 Comments

  • Adam Scott Thompson | April 26, 2011 12:11 PMReply

    Let the coonery commence.

  • Cynthia | April 26, 2011 9:19 AMReply

    My sister bought it! I scanned it. I think women look at Harvey like that uncle that gives you advice...solicited or not. It's basically a "use some common sense" book.

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