Chris Brown to bring his distracting presence to romantic comedy

Chris Brown to bring his distracting presence to romantic comedy

As Chris Brown keeps putting chairs through windows to remind everyone, he has moved beyond his violent past, and would really like it if all of his many enemies stopped their underhanded attempts to mention those factual things that he did. Like his latest album shows, Brown would just like to get back to the business of romancing the ladies who don’t hold grudges or read the papers, and that’s exactly what he plans to do in the new romantic-comedy Think Like A Man, the film adaptation of comedian Steve Harvey’s best-selling book Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man. The movie will put into narrative form Harvey’s many trenchant observations about how men really like sex and how women should use that to their advantage, focusing on a relationship counselor who dishes out advice to various couples, some of them comprised of already-confirmed cast members Michael Ealy, Taraji Henson, Jerry Ferrara, Romany Malco, and Gabrielle Union. However, it’s not clear yet which role Chris Brown is being brought in to play, other than Guy Whose Brief On-Screen Appearance Will Get A Disproportionate Amount Of Coverage In Reviews Because It’s Super Uncomfortable.