Did you find anything helpful from the book or anything from the movie? Or what was the most fun thing about the movie for you?
Regina Hall: It was fun to go to work with my friends. There was some people I knew but didn't know a lot, like I knew Meagan, but didn't know her well. Getting to know her along the process, I think that was really fun. It was nice. We would go to work and laugh.
One of the things that was brought up in the book and movie was that if you are successful it is harder to find somebody, especially when woman are making so much more money right now on average than men are. Do you feel like you can find someone or do feel like our standards are too high?
Regina Hall: I liked Steve's advice in the book about that saying that he doesn't have to make as much you have and you do. Yes, you can find someone wonderful, it doesn't mean you have to be on par on every single area. Maybe that might be specific, Gabrielle talked about and so did Meagan early, like common goals, that having that is most important.
Meagan Good: I definitely think that's the most valuable thing is having the same values, moral system, and common goals. I don't think it matters if you guys make the same amount of money or any of that kind of stuff.
Gabrielle Union: I think as long as you make enough money to sustain your standard of living, that's cool. You don't have to have the same number in your bank accounts, provided that you have the same values and you're living within your means. That you're not jealous or uncomfortable with the way I live by my means. I don't mind going out to a restaurant that you can afford, but don't mind that I can take you out to a restaurant I can afford because if we're supposed to both be down for each other than it shouldn't be a problem. That's when I found that if there's an iniquity in the relationship, financial iniquity, it can cause more problems in terms of resentment going either way. A man feeling like because on you're on a level financially I'm gonna bring you down by making you feel less than, by maybe cheating or lying or being demeaning.
If there's going to be any kind of iniquity there as to be parity in the value system and the treatment of each other and than the respect for the difference.