Although Perry's latest film, Boo! A Madea Halloween, came in at number one this weekend – soundly beating out Tom Cruise's action sequel, Jack Reacher – Perry says he still has issues getting screens in White neighborhoods.
In a special edition of “Farrakhan Speaks,” during which he is asked a wide-range of questions from the staff of the Final Call, Minister Louis Farrakhan calls film-maker and humanitarian, Tyler Perry, one of the most brilliant young entrepreneurs of our time, and says that he is grateful to him for bringing ‘Madea’ to the […]
NewsOne hosted a panel discussion on “African American Males Portraying Female Roles in Film and Television,” earlier this year in Dallas, Texas. The discussion was moderated by filmmaker Warrington Hudlin. It included columnist Stanley Crouch and The Black Academy of Arts and Letters Founder Curtis King. Below is a video of the lively discussion which […]
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