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Meagan Good Talks Movie Projects, New Girl Group, And Preachers Of LA

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Meagan Good isn’t letting marriage slow her down. Although she’s still in the newlywed stage with her husband of only a year (movie executive/preacher DeVon Franklin), the 32-year-old continues to busy herself with various television and movie projects. Fresh off the cancellation of her NBC dramatic series Deception, Meagan stars in the upcoming Anchorman sequel, Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, alongside Will Ferrell, and reprises the role of Mya in part two of the 2012 hit romantic comedy, Think Like A Man.

Recently, The Jasmine Brand spoke with the veteran actress about both projects, her latest foray into the music industry, and her opinion on the upcoming reality series, Preachers of L.A (you can’t make this stuff up). Check out highlights from the interview below.

ON HER MOVIE PROJECTS:

“Gosh, I’ve just finished the Anchorman 2, comes out in December and I’ve just finished Think Like a Man 2, that comes out in June. I’m waiting for the next project, just looking for something that I’m excited about that is a little different. I really got to do comedy this year which is been like – I was praying about it last year like, ‘Lord I really want to do some comedy!’ And as you know, he answers prayers, so… Now I’m like, I really want to do some action, so watch me when I tell you that I’m getting ready to do some action and I’m just waiting for the jobs.”

ON HER LATEST FORAY INTO MUSIC WITH A NEW GIRL GROUP:

“You know, I wanted to create a group that was a teenage-aged, like to speak to the women of this generation, the young girls, and kind of meet them at that level and be honest about who they are – they’re not Disney kids, you know? But they love The Lord, they’re good girls and they want to put out positive affirmation on morals and values. If you listen to the words of their songs, they talk about getting it on the floor and being sassy and cute, but they also follow it up on the ‘Don’t be mistaken, my cookie jar is not open’. And so, it’s important I think, to meet the youth where they are and then also give them something that can help them in their future, help them as young women to better value themselves, to love themselves a little bit more and demand the respect they deserve. I’m trying to make it swagged out and I try to let the girls authentically be who they are and I’m just really proud of them. It’s just the beginning so I’m excited – my little sister’s in the group – she raps and she sings and so it’s pretty amazing.”

ON PREACHERS OF LA:

“You know, I have a good friend that was part of that show, part of the creation. And I know that her spirit is incredible, her intention is only for positivity so I don’t know what the show actually looks like. I don’t know what to expect but my prayers – my fingers are crossed and I believe in God that he’s going to have his way with it – whatever that’s supposed to be, you know?”

You can listen to the rest of Meagan’s interview by visiting The Jasmine Brand. By the way, check out the trailer to Preachers of LA below. Thoughts?

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