After five years away from the road, Tyler Perry is ready to return to his roots and bring another Madea stage play on tour. Saturday Dec. 26th Perry used his website to announce that his next project “Madeas Big Happy Family” will be ready to launch in January. Continue »
Tyler Perry’s latest headline is not related to his stellar productions and philanthropic efforts, instead he’s become the latest target of a lawsuit. The actor and screenwriter is being taken to court for copyright infringement for his film “Diary of A Mad Black Woman.” Continue…
The Movie “Precious” Pulls in $1.8 Million Opening Weekend and Gabourey Sidibe Goes on The “Today” Show
“Precious” debuted this weekend at the movies and did $1.8 million. It didn’t make the top three but that is pretty damn good for a movie that was only released in 18 theaters around the US. Gabourey Sidibe made an appearance on the TODAY Show and tells how she even got the roll.
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ET aired the clip for Tyler Perry’s new movie, Why Did I Get Married Too and it looks like it’s going to be a lot better than the first one. This time they’re in paradise and Angela is starting sh*zzz but this time, it’s not with her husband…
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In a recent interview, Spike Lee refers to Tyler Perry’s TBS sitcoms Meet the Browns and House of Payne as coonery and buffoonery. Tyler Perry responded to Spike’s comments in his interview on 60 Minutes which airs tonight at 7pm.
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Precious star, Gabourey Sidibe, covers the New York Times Magazine. The highly anticipated movie comes out in November. If you haven’t seen it already, pop the top for a sneak peek. Continue »
Tyler Perry recently admitted to being molested by an older woman when he was younger, along with being abused by family. Continue »
A new tell all book has emerged and it’s about Tyler Perry and his many rumored relations with females in the industry including Tyra Banks and Oprah. Pop the hood for the details.
Tyler Perry’s new film “I Can Do Bad All By Myself” grossed $24 million this weekend at the box office beating out Sorority Row.