Porsha Williams To Star In ‘Two Can Play That Game’ Remake

Published: Tuesday 5th Sep 2017 by David

Porsha Williams, the star of Bravo’s ‘Real Housewives of Atlanta’, has revealed that she is to take to the stage for a ‘Two Can Play That Game’ remake alongside Vivica A. Fox.

Good news for the fan favourite below…

Je’Caryous Johnson adapted the 2001 movie for the stage and set his sights on a 13-city run which kicks off in October.

Leading the way and reprising her role? Vivica Fox who welcomes Williams, Carl Payne, Cocoa Brown, Vivian Green, Columbus Short and Romreaco Lee to the mix!

When it comes to matters of the heart, Shanté Smith (Vivica A. Fox) is so adept at navigating the waters of romance that her girlfriends look to her for relationship advice. But soon, Shante’s own relationship becomes the example when her boyfriend, Keith (Columbus Short), is caught red-handed stepping out with his co-worker and her archrival, Conny (Porsha Williams). However, when Shanté institutes a plan full of tricks and games to get Keith to act right, he, with the help of his friend Tony (Carl Payne), fire back with a quickness, letting Shanté know that “Two Can Play That Game.

Williams’ union with the exciting project comes as production on the latest season of ‘Housewives’ continues and following her well-received appearance on the latest season of ‘The Celebrity Apprentice.’


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  1. Jeans September 5, 2017

    VIvica stay hustling

  2. CarolDale September 5, 2017

    So happy for Porsha. She young Beautiful and takes care of her business. No tax problem with Porha. She bought her own house and has a permanent job on Dish Nation.

  3. Brent Christpher September 5, 2017

    Vivica is pathetic. She has never grown as an actress.

    • Jasmine September 5, 2017

      She stretched her 15 minutes of fame for nearly 4 decades. That is very impressive to me whereas most black actresses don’t make it past a few years. The “growth” you are wishing she showcased is you projecting your ideology onto her instead of realizing being an actor is just a job.

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