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Author Terry McMillan Discusses Future of ‘Waiting to Exhale’ Sequel In Interview

Terry McMillan and Waiting to Exhale sequel

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Author Terry McMillan Discusses Future of ‘Waiting to Exhale’ Sequel in Interview

We were wondering just how and if Terry McMillan would move forward in her ‘Waiting to Exhale’ movie sequel. We now received word from Huffington Post and their recent interview with the author just what they have planned for the movie now that singer Whitney Houston has passed away.

…the sequel to your New York Times best-seller, “Waiting To Exhale,” is slated to hit theaters sometime in the future. How much are you involved in the development of the film?,

Terry McMillan’s ‘Waiting To Exhale’ Sequel Will Continue on Despite Death of Whitney Houston

Whitney Houston and 'Waiting to Exhale'

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Terry McMillan’s ‘Waiting To Exhale’ Sequel Will Continue on Without Whitney Houston

We know that over a year ago, author Terry McMillan was trying to get the original cast together from her 1990’s book to movie ‘Waiting To Exhale’ to do her sequel, ‘Getting To Happy’. The last report we made was that every cast member had confirmed they would work on the sequel except Whitney Houston. Those cast members would be: Angela Bassett, Loretta Devine, and Lela Rochon. Terry McMillan was trying to confirm with Whitney but we never heard word that she would do the movie or not.

Terry McMillan’s “Getting To Happy” From Book to Movie

New York Best Selling author Ms. Terry McMillan is finally back on the scene. This is truly a pleasure to hear because she was really the one to give some real heart felt and true depictions of life, love, and pain.

We all remember her hit best selling  novel “Waiting to Exhale” and the  movie as well were hits we will never forget. Well now she’s back again after years of waiting to read another thrilling story. She has a new book out now which is long awaited  called “Getting To Happy”. Here’s an editorial review of the book from Booklist: