via FirstLadyB: Tyler Perry has announced the final stage tour for his beloved character “Madea” with Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Farewell Play Tour.  The nation-wide tour will kick off in Oakland, CA on January 18, and over the course of 4 months, Perry will bring his beloved characters to venues across the United States. Tickets to January shows […]

Boo! A Madea Halloween celebrates it’s second week at the top of the box office charts!  The comedy, starring its director Tyler Perry, brought in $16.7 million, beating the projected winner, Inferno’s $15 million intake. StarringTom Hanks and directed by Ron Howard, Inferno was expected to earn at least $20 million, but by many standards came in as […]


"Tyler Perry's Too Close to Home" premiers tonight on TLC, but some are questioning if Perry's latest production hits anywhere close to his home demographic. That's because according to the promotional material, "Too Close To Home" features an all-White cast.

It’s Madea (Tyler Perry) as you’ve never seen her before – in her first animated movie. After a hilarious run-in with the law, Madea is…

VIA WCHB Detroit Tyler Perry sat down with the Queen of Talk Radio, Mildred Gaddis after his keynote speech at Radio One Detroit’s Women’s Empowerment…

 Star Connor had a chance to talk to Cassi Davis who is starring int the play as, Aunt Bam. Davis also stars in the TV show, House of Payne. Davis along with Wess Morgan, Laugh to Keep from Crying and others will be featured along with Tyler Perry as Madea in the new DVD in […]

Former Mad TV star Orlando Jones is starring in Tyler Perry‘s Madea Christmas because Tyler is too busy with his new projects on Oprah’s OWN Network. Tyler explains: “It is with mixed emotion that I announce that I will be unable to portray Madea in the next chapter in her journey. The character has been […]

Tyler Perry may have competition in the Gospel comedy arena when Vickie Winans premieres her self-titled show on the Word network. The funny singer will sport a fat suit to play a character, and at first glance it’s reminiscent of Tyler Perry’s Madea. Check out this sneak peek of “The Vickie Winans Show” in this […]

Here is an interesting review of Tyler Perry’s adaptation of “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide..” by Courtland Milloy in The Washington Post: “Can anyone name a movie that came out recently starring a black man who wasn’t a sociopath? Someone who had a terrific screen presence, like a young Paul Robeson? And he […]

Tyler Perry has been on tour since the start of the year with his newest stage play, "Madea's Happy Family." Well, if you missed him on his six-month tour, you will have a chance to see him - as Madea - in 2011. It seems Tyler is bringing "Madea's Happy Family" to the big screen.

Tyler Perry's "Why Did I Get Married Too?" is another great addition to the TP movie collection. Like most of Perry's movies WDIGM2 offers viewers strong messages on relationships, self-realization and love.

VIA: TYLERPERRY.COM Tyler Perry is by all means, a Renaissance man.  He’s an actor, director, screenwriter, producer and author.  He is a true American success story. Tyler Perry’s inspirational journey from the hard streets of New Orleans to the heights of Hollywood’s A-list is the stuff of American legend.  Born into poverty and raised in […]