11
May
2013

[WATCH] Paula Patton, LaLa Anthony, Terrence J In ‘Baggage Claim’ Trailer

Written by thejasminebrand in Blog

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David E. Talbert’s new movie ‘Baggage Claim’ reads like a who’s who of  black Hollywood. Paula Patton, Terrence J, Lala Anthony, Trey Songz, Derek Luke, Jill Scott, Lauren London, Rickey Smiley, Affion Crockett, star in the film that highlights a flight attendant Montana, (Paula Patton) who refuses to be the only woman in her family unmarried. With only 30 days before her little sisters wedding (Lauren London), she uses her airline connections to track down ex-boyfriends in her search for love.

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Check the trailer below.

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Baggage Claim hits theaters September 27.

-@twaneetaw

 

 

5 Comments to “[WATCH] Paula Patton, LaLa Anthony, Terrence J In ‘Baggage Claim’ Trailer”

  1. Joy says:

    This looks like a pretty good movie!

  2. The Mrs says:

    It looks good. at this point as long as its not another tyler perry movie

  3. Yo Gabba says:

    Jennifer Lewis is playing someone Momma? Oh HELL YEA!!! Im there opening night!

  4. Miss AG says:

    Good fun movie it seems…..yaaaazzz

  5. cityboy says:

    Bring it on!! Looks interesting. Never can go wrong with Ms. J. Lewis!!

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