"I see Monica having a great career in the WNBA and maybe becoming a coach," she admitted. I played football growing up but I wasn't trying to do it professionally.
As for their characters, Epps revealed that he couldn't relate to the character at all because he grew up without a father. He had a mother and a father; I grew up without a father. I don't think any of us artists/actors were popular kids; it kind of doesn't work that way. For me it's always fun to discover those characters that you don't naturally relate to versus playing characters that you can relate to," he explained.
still melts our hearts every time we watch Quincy Mc Call (Omar Epps) and Monica Wright (Sanaa Lathan) fall in love over and over again.
Now that the real life fairytale lovers are no longer with each other, fans want to know if there would be a sequel.
"[Sanaa and French] met through Diddy and have been hanging out," a source told People magazine of the rumored new couple.
The two actors got together in Los Angeles at the L. Film Festival, joining fellow cast members Glenndon Chatman, Dennis Haysbert, Kyla Pratt, Alfre Woodard, and director Gina Prince-Bythewood. Epps, now 41, and Lathan, now 43, led the romantic drama as childhood sweethearts Quincy Mc Call and Monica Wright, respectively.
The two played next-door neighbors with hoop dreams and a rocky romantic relationship.
However, she did not confirm any of these relationships publicly.
Sanna Lathan turned 45 this year and beating age limit stereotypes, she is still in the Hollywood.
The flick hit theaters in 2000, making $27.5 million at the domestic box office.