Transcript for Michael Ealy and Sanaa Lathan Discuss 'Perfect Guy'
We turn to the new movie "The perfect guy." Steamy, a bit scary and what could happen when someone in a relationship seems just too good to be true. Rachel smith sat down with the stars of the film. In her new romantic thriller "The perfect guy." Sanaa lath than and Michael Ealy steam up the big screen. Michael plays Carter Duncan. His path keeps crossing with Sanaa's character. Do you love me? I'm not sure. Reporter: She learns soon Carter might be too good to be true and she must come to terms with who she can trust. I got to say, Michael, you should be confident in the fact you are married now because I don't know if you'd be able to snag a date after. I've been wanting to play evil personified for a long time. Their per session of me after this film, I'm curious to see how people feel. I think it will be great. Have you had any interesting dating experiences. Oh, yeah. Let adjust put it this way -- I don't know how they got my number over a year ago, they have texted me every single day for a year. I have never texted back. Oh, honey that, sounds like your real life Carter Duncan. Reporter: A cautionary tale hoping audiences will relate to. We wanted it to be that kind of popcorn edge of your seat thriller. These not a superhero and I think women would be able to identify with this, that sometimes in life, you have to save yourself. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Rachel smith, ABC news, Los Angeles. And "The perfect guy" in theaters nationwide tomorrow.
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