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Tyler Perry Launches Another Madea Film, and Sets The New Cast!


We are not sure how many of these films Tyler Perry can produce, but The Hollywood Reporter has broken a story today in an exclusive claiming that he is about to begin filming ANOTHER Madea film, beginning next week. Word has it that the film takes place from the last Madea film titled Madea’s Big Happy Family. This new film titled Madea’s Witness Protection begins next week and will again be released by Lionsgate.

Here is the article from The Hollywood Reporter, and check out the new cast;

Eugene Levy, Romeo Miller and Denise Richards will star alongside Tyler Perry in the hit filmmaker’s latest film project, Madea’s Witness Protection. The movie, which begins shooting in Atlanta next week and again features Perry as the gun-toting, sassy-mouthed character, will be distributed by Lionsgate.

Levy will play a man who, after his investment company goes belly up due to embezzling, is put in witness protection with his family, which is forced to move from a wealthy Connecticut neighborhood to Madea’s home in the South. Richards is set to play Levy’s wife. Miller will play a man who believes Levy is responsible for his church’s investments being wiped out and wants to take the law into his own hands.

Also in the cast are Doris Roberts, Devan Leos, Tom Arnold and Danielle Campbell.

Perry, who wrote the script and is directing, produces with Paul Hall and Ozzie Areu.

Levy, who has appeared in more than 50 films, will next be seen in Goon, a hockey comedy that stars Seann William Scott and Jay Baruchel, and he will reprise his role from the American Pie films in April’s American Reunion. He is repped by ICM, Anonymous Content and Morris Yorn.

Miller, who is known for his rap work under his stage name Romeo, last appeared in Jumping the Broom, the ensemble drama directed by Salim Akil. He broke out as an actor with the Jessica Alba movie Honey. He is repped by Buchwald/Fortitude.

Richards is coming off an arc on NBC’s 30 Rock and last year and her autobiography The Real Girl Next Door hit the New York Times best-seller charts.  The actress, repped by ICM, manager Adam Griffin and Del Shaw Moonves, also recurs on the TV sports comedy Blue Mountain State.

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  1. Gavin Clapper

    Watching American Bandstand,then Soul Train on Saturday mornings and dancing like happy epileptics would be a great way to start the weekend. It was always from a slumber party at the friend or cousin’s house. Aretha Franklin singing “Rock Steady” could be the first one I remember-I involved five and would hula-hoop like Alvin on speed. Does anyone remember “the Bump”? The Afro-Sheen commercials were so fly. Regardless of whether Don Cornelius’s funeral is entirely private,I expect there’ll be a memorial/tribute show for him. Singers needs to be those who can perform with dignity.It might be best to have those who appeared on Soul Train during its peak years. Any ideas,hussies?

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