Now wait, don't roll your your eyes. You gotta admire Omarosa (real name Omaroseonee) Manigault-Stallworth (WOW! What a mouthful! Why didn't she change her name to Mary Johnson?). Normally her 15 minutes of fame, after she became, by her design, the "B" you love to hate on The Apprentice back in 2004, would have been over a long, long time ago; but not our girl. She's going to extend it for another 15, maybe even 20, minutes, fighting and clawing her way for every second, even if it kills her, or us, or all of us.
She already has over 40 TV appearences to her credit and now she's extending her "fame" into movies with her role in the upcoming indie film We Are Family, which, according to imdb.com is cheduled to come out Christmas Day 2012.
Co-starring Monique Coleman, Christian Keyes (whose name always seems to pop up on projects like this) and Chyna White (the "JamaicanAsian sensation" as she calls herself), the film, which was directed by Trey Haley and written by The Anderson Family (that's what the credits say), deals with "six strangers of different backgrounds, cultures, and economic statuses, who are invited to a mysterious home, each for different reasons. With nothing in common, they soon find out that they are actually brothers and sisters. The father they never knew about has died. As a part of his last will and testament, he will spread his millions equally amongst them, if they are willing to spend the next 24 hours together. All hell is about to break loose." As I'm sure, no doubt, it must.
Can't wait. Here's the teaser trailer: