If God exists, then why do Tyler Perry movies happen to good people?
Is it called ‘Double Cross’? Yes. Yes, it f*cking is.
It’s about a future dystopia where a black man of questionable talent controls the world’s entertainment.
Fun fact: By the time Tyler Perry’s barber finishes cutting his hair, he has to start all over again, because two weeks have passed and the hair has grown out again.
The “Madea” film franchise has made creator Tyler Perry one of the richest men in Hollywood. In 2011, "Forbes" magazine placed Perry on the top of their list of highest…
I wish I was alive to audit a college course on Black cinema when they reach “The Tyler Perry era,” and the professor just sighs.
I can’t wait to not watch!
“The most disturbing Oscars ever” is still better than a boring Oscar ceremony, right?
Our penises have recoiled up into our bellies.
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The “House of Payne” cast brings Tyler Perry’s vision of the modern extended family to life. Under one roof, the spot-on characters range from crabby to goofy, punctuating real-life family…
Who keeps giving Tyler Perry all this money? KNOCK IT OFF!
A zombie movie, a Tyler Perry movie, and a movie about crime in 1940′s Los Angeles. Oh, how I wish these were all one glorious film!
He’s now able to add another wing to his depressingly large house.
People are entitled to their opinions, and if someone actually wants to sit through a Madea movie, that’s their problem.
Jennifer Lawrence appears in her first big summer blockbuster! Rebecca Romijn? She’s in a Tyler Perry movie.
Then again, who am I to talk? I can’t even spell “desperately” with out the help of my old friend “Spell Check.”
Woody Allen, Tyler Perry and David Cronenberg will direct them. In different projects, though I’d be curious to know what the six of them would accomplish together.
Perry will write, produce direct, do makeup for and star in ‘Good Deeds’. The title is a pun – see if you can figure it out by reading the plot description.
Tyler Perry’s t-shirts are as witty and fun as his films.
‘I, Alex Cross’ will star non-teen heartthrob Perry. In fact, an image of Madea is a good romantic mood killer for people of all ages.
Scientists have combined “Jersey Shore” cast member Snooki and Tyler Perry’s Madea, so it can be stuffed into a rocket ship and blasted into the sun.
‘Lost’ vs. Madea
The Queen of the Malfunctioning Wardrobe scored a 1-picture deal with Lionsgate. I want to know how nasty it will be.
A Delaware judge overturned a ruling fining a theater for using a “condescending tone” in telling the audience to not talk during the picture.
I’ve always been puzzled as to how Madea is a thing. This new trailer for ‘Madea’s Big Happy Family’ answers that question. Note: the answer doesn’t give the closure you want.
Several distributors are considering the package and wondering, “I’d like a piece of that sweet, sweet Tyler Perry box office money, but is this really gonna work? Like, at all?”
The poster for Scream 4 is old-school Scream-ish. The poster for the next Tyler Perry Madea movie is not.
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According to my super-secret source within Paramount Pictures (by that I mean The Wrap), director Brad Bird and Tom Cruise are about to begin casting for the role of Ethan Hunt's protégé in Mission: Impossible 4. While nothing is definite, Keven Zegers, Christopher Egan and Anthony Mackie are all vying for the part, although they may be in the running for other roles, as well.
After the failure of Cruise's last film, Knight and Day, Paramount was anxious to hedge its bets by bringing in another prominent actor to help draw an audience. By that logic, I really don't see why the studio passed over Tyler Perry. Diary of a Mad Black Warlord or I Can Do Baghdad All My Myself would have killed, and no one would have cared about the bad acting or cheesy plot. (/Film)