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Trailer – Isaiah Washington, Garcelle Beauvais In David E. Talbert’s ‘Suddenly Single’

Trailer - Isaiah Washington, Garcelle Beauvais In David E. Talbert’s 'Suddenly Single'

Coming to DVD, and digital download on September 4th is David E. Talbert’s Suddenly Single, which stars Isaiah Washington and Garcelle Beauvais, in a work that’s based on Talbert’ stage play in which a married woman suddenly finds herself single after her husband reveals that he’s in love with another woman.


Samantha Stone (Garcelle Beauvais), a smart and beautiful wife and mother, has been happily married to her high school sweetheart Sylvester Stone (Isaiah Washington) for seventeen years. On the day they’re set to move into their dream home, Sylvester confesses that he is leaving her for another woman. What do you do when the only man you’ve ever loved falls in love with another woman and leaves you suddenly single? Find out in David E. Talbert’s latest… a captivating tale of love, laughter, and new beginnings!

Joining Washington and Beauvais are Marcus T. Paulk, BeBe Drake, Brely Evans, and LaMonica Garrett.

Suddenly Single Trailer compressed from Linda Schortz on Vimeo.

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I saw this last night…It was pretty fair. Isaiah Washington's character was very obnoxious – it was kind of low budgety. The story did not really make a whole lot of sense. I did like Garcelle B. I will continue to support these types of productions but they have to bring up the quality a bit


So it has come to this huh?…..


How can you take two attractive people and make such a craptastic cover?


Based on the trailer, this actually looks good. Having top shelf talent like Isaiah and Garcelle make a BIG difference. Can't wait to see this.


Okay yawl, I'm about to speak about something I know. That is… David E. Talbert's productions. First, the man makes money and he's a baby Tyler Perry. That's right, he hires a few notable black faces and puts them in stage productions which gives his pockets the mumps. Now I ain't mad at the brother, but somethimes the final products are… ..well.. dreadful in my opinion. I know, I know, I am a supporter of Tyler Perry, but that's not to say I can't see rushed work and poorly written screenplays. Come on now, they rehearshed for 1 week before he shot "Fool and His Money" and it showed. It was disjointed, the acting was subpar… and the ending was predictable in the most sappiest way. And I'm still shaking my head over What My Husband Doesn't Know. OH BOY… I'm not even going there. Of course this is subjective, because my lady loved them all. Yep, she smiles and sings along as I'm poking out my lips in disapproval. And to be honest, there are some aspects of his films that I enjoy. Hey, I did enjoy everything about First Sunday. Yelp, Ice Cube, Tracy Morgan and Kat Williams gave me what I needed. And you know what, Isiah Washington has never failed me. Granted, I haven't seen all his films (the man is constantly on his grind, loving the one's who love him back) but I have seen a few of his performances in low budget films ( 1 million dollars). 2 weeks ago I watched "The Least Of These", he played a preist. He was the best thing in the movie and overall I enjoyed it. So all things considered, I 'll probably find myself watching David E. Talbert’s "Suddenly Single".


I haven't seen BeBe Drake in a while. She is hilarious!

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