Interview: 'Barbershop' Creator Mark Brown Talks New Indie RomCom 'Sharon 1.2.3'

Based on a story by Wesley Mills, Sharon 1.2.3 is the latest film to be greenlit by Forest Whitaker's collaborative independent film studio JuntoBox Films. The romantic comedy centers on a tech geek and Blaxploitation enthusiast who gets sexually involved with two different women named Sharon, and finds himself in a bind when he falls in love with a third woman, also named Sharon. Writer-director Mark Brown (Barbershop, How to be a Player, Two Can Play That Game) made time to talk about the film with Shadow & Act from the production set in La. Shadow & Act: This movie is a departure from the urban comedies that you've become known for. What attracted you to the...
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