“It is two totally different selves that have to operate in that world,” Nia continued. “For me coming and out doing this film I’m like, ‘Oh my god, I get to play with my friends! I don’t have to be at home with the kids all day.’ It was like a little mini vacation even though it was work.”
Well, judging from the box office numbers, Nia and the rest of her cast mates’ hard work definitely paid off. “The Best Man Holiday” landed at number two opening weekend and earn more than $54 million in the first two weeks of its release.
Cheers to having it all!