VH1 Releases 2nd Trailer For ‘Crazy, Sexy, Cool: The TLC Story’

VH1 Releases 2nd Trailer For 'Crazy, Sexy, Cool: The TLC Story'

Here’s the second trailer for VH1’s biopic on pop/hip hop/R&B group TLC, titled Crazy, Sexy, Cool: The TLC Story

In the telepic, Keke Palmer is Rozonda “Chilli” ThomasDrew Sidora is Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and and Lil’ Mama is playing the late Lisa Left Eye Lopes.

Evan Ross plays Dallas Austin, and Donny Boaz will play TLC’s manager Bill Diggins

Carl Anthony Payne II is playing Antonio L.A. Reid and Rochelle Aytes was cast as Perri ‘Pebbles‘ Reid.

Charles Stone III (DrumlinePaid in FullMr. 3000) directs, from a script penned by screenwriter Kate Lanier (What’s Love Got To Do With ItSet it OffBeauty Shop).

The two surviving members of the group, Chilli and T-Boz, are acting as consultants and executive producers for the movie. 

Also executive producing are the real Bill Diggins, as well as Maggie Malina, Jeff OldeJill Holmes and Alexander A. Motlagh.

Check out trailer #2 below, which still doesn’t show us a lot:

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Comments

levita moses

I like this movie

akailah Butler

Ilove tlc love t-Boz the best ALL three of you are like sisters to me i love you guys

akailah

I LOVE TLC OMG DREW SIDORA WAS THE BALM GO T-BOZ!!!!!!I HAVE BEEN A FAN OF YOU SINCE YOU PLAYED OF WHITE CHICKS LIL MAMA WHY SET THE HOUSE ON FIRE AND MY GIRL CHILI YOU TOLD DALLAS OFF T-BOZ WAS RIGHT HE IS A PLAYER

dee

Amari – I do see your point, however, this is a made for TV movie it will in no way be like Ray Charles. Notorious should have been a made for tv movie. I do believe that TLC are pioneers in a way. A lot of artist from the 90's on back have very interesting stories of struggles and success!

CareyCarey – You are on team TLC for sure…

I will check it out.

CareyCarey

Amari, I am trying to wrap my arms around your contradictions. On one hand you question the purpose and demand of "something" so current, yet, Ray Charles was living when his biopic was being produced. Also, you inferred that there's nothing new we can glean from this project. Really… so you know the entire story of how a black girl from Iowa (and those struggles) found her way into the second best selling female group of all time? Seriously, what do you know about her back-story?

Re: Doors being paved for them, Really?! So, before them there was a black female group with a repertoire that included R&B, hip-hop, soul, funk and new jack swing, huh? I mean, what decorated archways are you talking about?

No Amari, I don't know your age nor the source of your information but TLC was much more than "good" and much more than "interesting", they were THE BEST and they were a new day that many from that generation would love to revisit. Aside from that, I think it's safe to say many DO NOT know the intricate details behind their changing of managers, their love affairs, their infighting nor their money woes (just for starters), so I believe there's a treasure drove of uncovered information out there. And, it's safe to say there's a whole new generation who may know less than you on the life and times of TLC.

JEFTCG

I bought "Crazy Sexy Cool" nearly 20 years ago, and upon viewing the above photos, I hastily rushed to my CD collection to confirm they actually dressed like that.

Damn, I'm gettin old.

Amari

My only question is: Was there really a demand for this movie? We have behind the music specials, the Left Eye documentary, and what can this movie really do? It feels like when they released Notorious. What reason or purpose is there to do a biopic on someone or something which is so current? Yes, it has been a little more than a decade since Left Eye died, but this isn't like when there is a biopic on Ray Charles, Johnny Cash and etc. Yes, their music was good and they were interesting, but the road was paved for them and the doors became decorated archways. What is there really to cover?

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