Actor Tyler Perry recently presented a show-stopping performance to pay tribute to Prince – literally! The Madea on the Run star posted a video of the tribute performance on Facebook Saturday. According to the caption, he stopped Friday’s night performance of his stage play to pay tribute to Prince by performing the hit song, “Purple... Show More Summary
Should you be in possession of a time machine and a video phone, maybe swing by L.A.’s Kodak Theater in 2004 and film Prince blowing up Tyler Perry’s stage show, if it's not too much trouble. Sure, we don’t have the exact date, but the footage seems well worth lurking ... More »
The formula for so-called black films is both specific and ill-defined: Jenifer Lewis, Lynn Whitfield or Loretta Devine lead a mostly black cast, with Taye Diggs or Morris Chestnut in there somewhere; Spike Lee or Tyler Perry is writer, director and star; every character hides their purse around...
A Tyler Perry sizzle reeled just played followed by the multi-hyphenate stepping on stage. He regaled the crowd how the idea was cracked for his Oct. 21 screening, Boo! A Madea Halloween. “In Chris Rock’s movie Top Five, he jokes about a Madea Halloween movie selling out with a line down the block. Show More Summary
Although Steven Tyler recently said that Aerosmith were "probably" going to embark on a farewell tour next year, Joe Perry now says the band is only "considering" it as an option. "A farewell tour is something we've talked about doing for years, let's say roughly in the last five years," he...
April goes undercover! A turtle wonders if the Purple Ooze might turn them human! Tyler Perry geeks out as an evil scientist! Casey Jones makes hockey a crime-fighting weapon! Shredder escapes! The new trailer for Teenage Mutant Ninja...Show More Summary
Steven Tyler says Aerosmith may be hitting the road for the last time next year. The 68-year-old rock singer, who is set to release his first-ever country music album, told Rolling Stone that he’ll hit the road with his iconic band next year, but it could be the end of the road as far as... Show More Summary
When Tyler Perry began creating shows for the then-struggling OWN Network four years ago, he'd send the scripts he'd written to Oprah Winfrey for approval — and she'd wince. "I would say, 'I think that's too much! It's over the top! Oh my God, I can't believe this is happening!'" Winfrey recounts...
The push comes from CeeLo Green, Steven Tyler, deadmau5, Lionel Richie, Tony Bennett, Pearl Jam, Bette Midler and dozens more
After years of reality series, TLC is finally getting into the scripted game. Tyler Perry will write, direct and executive produce a new 8-episode drama, Too Close to Home. According to Variety, Too Close to Home follows a young woman who escaped her working-class upbringing to make it big in the... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Tyler Perry
Can Tyler Perry bail out TLC? The Discovery Communications-owned cable channel that’s been the home of Honey Boo Boo and the Duggar family has ordered its first scripted series from the dependable Perry, who has delivered big hits for the company’s Oprah Winfrey Network. The move into scripted...
TLC is growing up and looking to rely less on Duggars, polygamists, and kiddie-beauty-pageant mothers with dubious taste in men. To that end, the network said today it’s moving back into the property space and dipping its toe into scripted programming under the careful watch of Tyler Perry. Show More Summary
New offerings from Discovery Communications include a scripted Tyler Perry drama on TLC, a reality competition to find the next MythBusters on the Science Channel and more true crime stories on I.D.
The network that brought the world the Duggars, the Gosselins and Honey Boo Boo is now going into business with Tyler Perry. In news first reported by the Hollywood Reporter, TLC has ordered eight episodes of a drama to be written, directed and executive produced by the prolific Perry and slated...
After fronting Aerosmith on the road last year, Steven Tyler is currently focused on other pursuits. As the famously flamboyant frontman gears up for the release of his solo country debut, we caught up with him to discuss the secret behind Aerosmith's longevity, the coolest car he owns and why he and Dave Grohl are...
The mogul will write, direct and executive produce 'Too Close to Home,' about a young woman who is forced to return to her trailer-park beginnings after her political career is derailed by a sex scandal. read more
"We do not tolerate bigotry, division, and discrimination," says a spokeswoman for the filmmaker.
Tyler Perry Studios, which has a massive production facility in Atlanta and is planning another one at the site of the former Fort McPherson army base, is the latest entertainment company to come out swinging at the anti-gay “religious freedom… Read The post Tyler Perry Studios Blasts Georgia Anti-Gay Bill: ‘We Do Not Tolerate Bigotry’ appeared first on Towleroad.
Tyler Perry is the latest in a throng of celebrity and media voices to condemn Georgia’s recent anti-gay bill. In a statement released on Friday, the media mogul and actor and called on the state’s governor to veto it.
Tyler Perry has joined the chorus of industry voices condemning the anti-gay bill in Georgia that threatens to condone faith-based group discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. "At Tyler Perry Studios, we believe in inclusion and equality for all people," said a spokesperson for the studio, adding, "We do... More »