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.
We have your exclusive look at the first poster for Tyler Perry's next Madea movie, "Madea's Witness Protection," starring Perry, Eugene Levy, Denise Richards, Romeo Miller and Tom Arnold.
Check out the full poster after the jump!
Let me make a statement that, like a penis penetrating a warm apple pie, is anything but subtle and also kind of surprising: "American Reunion" is the best installment of this raunchy franchise since the 1999 original.
Is this something of a backhanded compliment, considering the second film was a letdown, the third was unwatchable, and the subsequent direct-to-DVD flicks simply went unwatched? Sure. "Reunion," nonetheless, has some damn funny moments. Those moments are too often broken up with stretches of needless character development and stilted acting (try taking Tara Reid seriously at this point — I dare you), but when writer/directors Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg dial into what made the original such a hoot, "American Reunion" delivers the belly laugh-inducing goods. Here are five reasons to check it out this weekend.
The Gang Is Back Together
It's been over a decade since Jason Biggs and Seann William Scott were downing beers and ogling breasts alongside Chris Klein. For those counting along at home, 3,892 days have passed since Reid last tantalized Thomas Ian Nicholas with her version of droopy-lidded sensuality. "Reunion," as the title helpfully implies, brings the whole crew back together, and ya know what? We missed 'em.
Wolverine has a remarkably gifted healing factor, but can "The Wolverine" recover from its latest wound?
Splash Page reports that Darren Aronofsky is parting ways with the film due to a lengthy production schedule that would have kept him out of the United States for nearly a year. Fox and leading man Hugh Jackman have pledged to aggressively seek a new director. We hope that Aronofsky's vision stays with the project despite the shift in leadership, much like Guillermo del Toro's work has stayed with "The Hobbit."
There's more movie news after the jump -- a "Firefly" star has joined "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter," Stifler is feasting on "American Pie" and Joseph Kosinski's latest flick has succumbed to "Oblivion."