Welcome to MeaganGood-Fans.net , your oldest and most complete online fansite dedicated to Meagan Good-Franklin since 2018. You may know Meagan from her roles in Cousin Skeeter, Think like a Man, Minority Report, Deception, Californication, and for her book The Wait, written with her husband Devon Franklin in 2016.
Looks like the promotion of “A Boy. A Girl. A Dream” has started. On Thursday (January 19), Vibe.com released an interview with producer Datari Turner (“Video Girl“, “A Girl Like Grace“, “Dysfunctional Friends“, “LUV“). Here’s what the 38-year-old producer and actor said about Meagan Good:
On how he met Meagan Good: “Meagan and Omari are dear, close personal friends of mine. […] Meagan is sort of like my producing partner. We’ve made five movies together. Her husband Devon as a childhood friend of mine, but Meagan was the first actress to believe in me when I was leaving the fashion idustry and was making the transition to a producer.”
On why she chose her for the movie: “She really championed my work early on. I’m a loyal person and I couldn’t thank her enough for believing in me early in my career and we’ve continued to work together.”
Having attended four editions, Meagan Good is a veteran of the festival. The 36-year-old actress made her debut at the event in 2004 to present the action-comedy film “D.E.B.S“. Next year, she went there to promote the neo-noir mystery film, “Brick“. 3 years later, Meagan Good made a quick appearance… while none of her movies had been selected. The last time she attended the renowned film festival was for the premiere of “L.U.V” in 2012.
An exclusive preview for Qasim Basir’s third feature film “A Boy. A Girl. A Dream.” has been released, … and it features Meagan Good and Omari Hardwick!
The movie follows “Cass, an L.A. club promoter, taking a thrilling and emotional journey with Friday, a Midwester visitor, on the night of the 2016 Presidential election. She challenges him to revisit his broken dreams – while he pushes her to discover hers.”
“A Boy. A Girl. A Dream” is set to premiere next Monday (January 22) at the Sundance Film Festival’s NEXT section.
A few days ago, a video of Qasim Basir speaking about Meagan Good’s next movie “A Boy, A Girl, A Dream“, went online.
“A Boy, A Girl, A Dream” stars Meagan Good, Omari Hardwick, Dijon Talton and more, andis set to premiere at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival on Monday, January 22. We can’t wait!
The movie follows “Cass, an L.A. club promoter, as he takes a thrilling and emotional journey with Friday, a Midwestern visitor. She challenges him to revisit his broken dream – while he pushes her to discover hers.”
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The Franklin’s second book will be titled “The Wait Devotional: Daily Inspirations for Finding the Love of Your Life and the Life You Love“.
Here’s the synopsis: “Filled with scripture, prayers, and DeVon and Meagan’s trademark conversational style, this 90-day devotional is packed with real-time advice for men and women trying to successfully navigate the ins and outs of dating, love, and relationships. You’ll discover how waiting for everything—from sex to getting engaged—can transform your entire life by giving you greater patience, joy, peace, healing, faith, and love.
Whether you’re waiting for the right person to come along or you’re searching for the strength to put intimacy on hold, The Wait Devotional can help you slow down and trust in God’s perfect timing, day by day.“
“The Wait Devotional” will be released on October 24, 2017, but is already available for pre-order.
Can’t believe it’s already her 36th birthday. Time flies but she doesn’t seem to age! Join us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter and wish her a happy birthday using the hashtag #HappyBirthdayMeaganGood!
Deadline.com just revealed that Meagan Good will be guest starring in two episodes of the upcoming Showtime comedy series ‘White Famous’. The 35-year-old actress will reprise her role from ‘Californication’: Kali.
Her character is “a young pop star who is friends with Sadie (Cleopatra Coleman), the ex-girlfriend of Floyd (Jay Pharoah) and mother of his son.”