Atlanta is a great city to live in — it’s definitely the “up and poppin” area to be in for the entertainment industry. We’ve got Tyler Perry studios, we’ve got Turner, we’ve got CNN, and there are Bravo shows too – there’s always a red carpet or other celebrity event. So I was excited when...
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According to the AJC and WSB-TV, Tyler Perry is reportedly backing out of a $30 million deal to buy 330 acres at Ft. McPherson and will instead build a film production studio in Douglas County. They're going off the word of one source with "direct knowledge" about the deal.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
AJC: Tyler Perry Studios Plans To Pull Out Of The "Fort McPherson Redevelopment Project", Instead Plans To Develop Upon The Land In Douglas County That It Had Previously Purchased ANALYSIS - Sarcastic But THE TRUTH You are NOT goingShow More Summary
Tyler Perry has a bisexual boo? Last week we reported one of Tyler Perry’s employees wanted a one-on-one meeting with the mogul so badly that he refused to take no for an answer and allegedly crawling his way through Tyler’s
Tyler Perry took to Facebook Friday to describe a stalking-type incident involving a former employee at his studio in Atlanta, according to the New York Daily News. In the post, called “Scary Situation,” which has since been removed, Perry said a man barricaded himself in an office because he wanted to meet the filmmaker.
In a post titled “Scary Situation,” movie mogul Tyler Perry explained why Joshua Sole, a former employee of his Atlanta-based Tyler Perry Studios, was arrested last week, which led Perry to filed a protective order against him and sue him for a hefty sum of $125,000, including attorney fees.
Filmmaker Tyler Perry accuses an employee at his Atlanta studio of stalking him and wants a restraining order against the man. A lawsuit filed Monday by Perry describes a scene in which the alleged stalker, Joshua Sole, barricaded himself in the studio's administrative office, forcing an evacuation on Oct. Show More Summary
Tyler Perry is suing a man who is accused of stalking him. According to the latest report by The Atlanta Journal Constitution. Tyler Perry is asking the judge for an order of protection against Tyler Perry Studios employee Joshua Sole. Show More Summary
Tyler Perry is the lead actor of his own drama.
However, a judge's ruling also means Perry hasn't locked up a deal yet to buy an Army base in Atlanta read more
A federal lawsuit filed by Ubiquitous Entertainment Studios, a film company attempting to challenge the sale of hundreds of acres at Fort McPherson to Tyler Perry, has been dismissed. Ubiquitous CEO Dan Meachum plans to re-file his case once the Perry's deal becomes official.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
When will the U.S. Army hand over Fort McPherson, the massive decommissioned military base in southwest Atlanta that Tyler Perry - and another film production firm - want to turn into movie studios? Good question.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Atlanta filmmaker Tyler Perry reached an agreement Friday to redevelop the aging Fort McPherson army base into new and expanded production studios. The $30 million price is still subject to negotiation, and not all details of the agreement have been finalized, including how the project would reflect extensive public input from nearby neighbors. Show More Summary
August 8th: AJC: Tyler Perry Studios Agrees To Acquire 2/3rds Of Fort McPherson August 8th AJC: Perry Promises That The Community Will Not Be Shut Out Of His Project - They Will Just Have To Show Valid Georgia ID At The Security Gate Just Like The White Folks
As the Fort McPherson site continues racing toward a potential future as Atlanta-based Hollywood star Tyler Perry’s movie studios, state Sen. Vincent Fort, D-Atlanta, and several residents are demanding transparency in the deal. “Community...Show More Summary
Ubiquitous Entertainment Studios has accused the filmmaker of unfairly working with government officials to transform a former military base into a studio. read more
The Associate Press reports that an Atlanta-based entertainment company is suing Tyler Perry for allegedly working unfairly with government officials in order to obtain a former military base to turn into a movie studio. Read more.....
Tyler Perry, meet Ubiquitous Entertainment Studios. The entertainment company has filed a federal lawsuit challenging the filmmaker's plans for Fort McPherson.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Tyler Perry is blaming bad lighting for a disastrous fire at his massive studio complex in Atlanta... and now he wants the producers of a sitcom to foot the bill. Perry filed a lawsuit -- obtained by TMZ -- claiming the blaze broke out in May…