“I don't feel like I'm carrying the torch for anyone, but at the same time I recognize the relevance of a black face on television because when I grew up, there weren't that many black faces on television.”Omar Epps was born on July 20, 1973, in Brooklyn, New York.
about their iconic film in light of its milestone just a few months ago, and the two celebs were both stunned by the impact the film ended up having on its fans."It's so cool and amazing that it has become this beloved film that people love," Sanaa explained.
"Just last night I went out to dinner and these two girls came up to me and said they grew up on the movie and they are looking for their 'Q.'"Who knew, when I was shooting it, I had no idea.
It’s all opinion, some people want to see left, some people want to see right.
Thoughts on a potential sequel: Lathan: I’m not sure if the director Gina wants to do a sequel, I think Love & Basketball is perfect the way it is.
We all watched as childhood friends Monica Wright (Sanaa Lathan) and Quincy Mc Call (Omar Epps)—who both had a love for basketball—fought for each other’s love…And won.