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It’s the film her fans rhapsodize about most, says Lathan, and, apparently, it still brings grown men to tears.
Gina and the producers really wanted a basketball player that could act as opposed to an actress they could teach to play basketball. READ MORE: Gina Prince-Bythewood on directing ‘Cloak & Dagger’ pilot‘Love & Basketball’ tells the story of a young Black couple navigating the competitive world of sports before eventually falling for each other. I would always get to the last step and then they would throw in another basketball player.”Lathan also noted that the producers gave the basketball player acting coaches.“They would always do a basketball audition for me, which was just the worst,” she said.
The film marked screenwriter Prince-Bythewood’s directorial debut.“I did a staged reading of the script when she was still working on the script.
By Wilson Morales The last time we saw Sanaa Lathan on the big screen, she was fighting monsters of all sorts in "AVP: Alien Vs. That was certainly a 360 turn from the films she had done previously, which basically were romantic and dramatic films such as "Out of Time" with Denzel Washington, "Out of Time" with Taye Diggs, and "Disappearing Acts" with Wesley Snipes. When you work with good actors, it makes your job a bit easier. I was really nervous about who they were going to cast. SL: I'm working on developing a movie with Gina Prince-Bythewood.
Love & Basketball was her breakthrough, but it didn’t put her in the A-list and it didn’t make her rich.
“I got paid the lowest you could get paid,” she recalls.
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When we start chatting, Sanaa Lathan’s a bit punchy. ” she yells, a loose, almost mischievous laugh spilling from her as it does many times over the course of our conversation.