I just started ranting: ‘They just killed your cousin…’ I was going in because that’s how I would’ve felt if it was my family.Like when the store owner said something about my mother, Larenz would’ve reacted, ‘What you say about my momma? Now I wouldn’t go that far but….” Behind The Scenes “When they were casting O-Dog they [were envisioning] your typical swole dude with tattoos. I walked in there and I [had] a fade with little designs in the back of my head. So by the time we got to film, I had grown my hair out and put braids in because I felt I needed something [edgy].Those are the great moments as an actor when you find someone you enjoy being around.
I have to agree with Nia our hair is important but it’s not our god.
I’m sure Nina slicked her tresses into a nice bun or poofy ponytail the next day and was still cute with her man.
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She is an American actress with a smile that reaches to her eyes and brightens up her sexy look.
She is Nia Long who was born as Nitara Carlynn Long in New York, in 1970.
This actress aged forty five doesn’t seem of her age and has maintained her youthful looks while she, every year, celebrates her birthday in the 30th of October to rejoice the fact of her being born.I also liked the idea of [Darius] being smart, and intelligent. I also think it was pretty – the way it was shot, the lighting, the vibe of the movie was just very sexy and very cutting-edge.I think the film came out before its time, and I feel really lucky to be a part of something that has continued to resonate with people through all these years. To this day, fifteen years after the film’s initial release, people still talk about Darius Lovehall and Nina Mosley like they were real people instead of fictional characters.We own the DVD, know the lyrics to every song on the soundtrack and truth be told some of us are still out here looking for a Darius and Nina kind of love. We sympathize, but technology keeps improving and we have to keep up, too.