Film News Roundup: Taraji P. Henson Comedy ‘What Men Want’ Moves to February
In today’s film news roundup, Paramount has moved “What Men Want” back four weeks, a short film will be screened ahead of John Cho’s “Searching” and coming-of-age drama “Runt” rounds out its cast.Release DateParamount Pictures has moved back its Taraji P.
Henson comedy “What Men Want” back a month from Jan.
11 to Feb.
8.The move came a week after Lionsgate vacated the February date by moving its Seth Rogen-Charlize Theron comedy “Flarsky” to the summer season.“What Men Want” is a remake of the Mel Gibson comedy “What Women Want.” Henson stars as sports agent who, after being passed up for a well-deserved promotion, gains the ability to hear men’s thoughts.
The movie, directed by Adam Shankman, also stars Aldis Hodge and Tracy Morgan.“What Women Want,” directed by Nancy Meyers, was a major hit for Paramount with $374 million in worldwide grosses.Youtube ContestAneesh Chaganty,
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