“Denzel has always sweet-talked his way out of it,” a source said of Washington's alleged affairs.
he allegedly kisses in these photos is NOT his lovely wife Pauletta Washington, the woman he married over 30 years ago. If those photos are real, and he really is smooching another lady, Pauletta must be heartbroken!!
January 2006 - January 2006Denzel Washington and Sanaa Lathan starred in "Out of Time" together, and affair rumors ran wild.
"It got started because in the movie, I had a love scene with Denzel. They said I was pregnant with Denzel's child, and people were calling my mother, saying I'm having his baby.
The Something New Interview with Kam Williams Kam Williams (KW): After you made Out of Time, some rumors started circulating about your having a set romance with Denzel. KW: So, you just wanted to put the rumor to rest once and for all. It could be about a relationship with someone from a different religion, or about dating someone outside of your class lines, like Kenya did, or dealing with anything when you step outside of your comfort zone. What do you think of the movie's theme in light of that statistic? KW: How come the black females in this movie are so intelligent and sophisticated, and seem so real? Focus Features is also responsible for Brokeback Mountain and other amazing films that are opening people's minds because they reflect the world that we live in, period.
Here, she shares her thoughts about Something New, where her she plays Kenya, a very successful black woman who falls in love with the white man she meets on a her blind date, despite her reservations about crossing the color line. Somehow, it's circulating again in a ridiculous out-of-control way. So, the movie could be a metaphor for doing anything outside of the box that you've put yourself in. We have a huge legacy in terms of the beginnings of this country, especially when it comes to black-white relations. So, if you're going to go there, you've got to really, really be committed and strong. It's the first studio film to be produced by a black woman, directed by a black woman, and to star a black woman.
It’s because there’s a part of them that is chasing that.
“You can’t shut it out completely,” she adds, in reference to the media’s glare.
Sanaa Mc Coy Lathan was born in New York City on September 19, 1971, but was raised bi-coastal following the divorce of her show-biz parents, Hollywood director Stan Lathan and Broadway actress Eleanor Mc Coy.
So, Sanaa found herself shuttled back and forth till she matriculated at Berkeley with plans for a legal career.
She then caught the industry's eye after an engaging performance as the adorable fianc’e of a Vietnamese immigrant in Catfish in Black Bean Sauce.