The cast of Brotherly Love (Quincy Brown, Cory Hardrict and Julito McCullum) visited The Breakfast Club this week to talk about the movie, fatherhood, select neighborhoods being entrenched in violence, the authenticity of the portrayal of Philadelphia and how Queen Latifah played a large role in the success of the film. During the interview, the cast mentions that KeKe Palmer is their fellow cast member, and that she practices professionalism. Specifically, Quincy Brown stated that Ms. Palmer’s energy is “contagious” and that she is nothing short of a delight to work with. Cory Hardrict reveals that this is his first “urban” movie. The cast also addresses some off-screen drama that Angela Yee brings to the forefront.
Watch the video interview to find out the shocking details on how long it took for the Brotherly Love movie to be picked up and produced.