Since her feature film debut in 2005's "Diary of a Mad Black Woman," Tyler Perry's most famous character, Madea, has made six on-screen appearances, always leaving trouble in her wake. But for her seventh movie, it will be up to Madea to protect a family from the mob.
Check out the full poster after the jump!
The poster shows both Perry's and Levy's characters decked out in their full-on witness protection disguises with gigantic sunglasses. The New York City skyline takes up all of the background and the reflection in their glasses.
In "Madea's Witness Protection," George Needleman (Levy) finds himself in a bad way. Not only is he being set up as the fall-guy for a mob-backed Ponzi scheme, but he's slowly drifting away from his wife (Richards) and kids. When the Needlemans enter the witness protection program to escape the mob, Brian (Perry), the prosecutor working the case, suggests that they stay with his aunt Madea.
As usual with Madea, she's not going let a family fall apart under her roof, so she begins to bring the Needlemans back together, while George attempts to get rid of his financial problems for good.
"Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection" is due to hit theaters on June 29.
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