Categories this as an unscripted kiss that didn’t make it onto the big screen. In 1998, the American comedy movie “Woo” came out, directed by Daisy Mayer, and stared Jada Pinkett Smith and Tommy Davidson.
Unfortunately, the film didn’t do very well and perceived some negative critics.
When a T.V show covers matters that anyone can relate to, it's a guarantor for success. "Parenthood" is about day-to-day issues. About parents, lovers, kids and how not...kisses.
In the 2015 season of this comedy-drama T.V series, Joel (Sam Jaeger) and Julia (Erika Christensen) give the viewers a wonderful ending to a wonderful episode.
Joel and Julia
Joel and Julia have provided hours of pure entertainment. Their relationship on the show was anything but boring, and they shared their most emotional moments with us.
One scene of the two in an ice-skating ring was supposed to end with them holding hands. Instead, Sam Jaeger thought that ending the scene with a kiss would be better. He kissed Erika ( unexpectedly), and the episode ended perfectly.
Tim Jackson and Darlene Barnes
Tommy Davidson, who played Tim, tried to make things a little more interesting by kissing Jada Pinkett Smith (Darlene) during the movie shooting. Jada took a few steps back as she wasn't very impressed by Tommy's surprising move.
This unscripted kiss ended up annoying a few other people besides Jada Pinkett Smith. Let's put it this way, Mr. Will Smith wasn't very pleased.
This is a 1938 classic featuring the everlasting Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. In "Carefree," the Rogers-Astaire duo is united on screen after a short break of performing together.
Fred and Ginger had numerous scenes together through the 1930s and 1940s of the past century; however, a real kiss between the two was never seen.