Tyler Perry is still not saying goodbye to his physically popular character. In collaboration with Netflix, the actor and director announced the twelfth film in the franchise. That reports the Hollywood Reporter.
The movie with the title Coming home financially It would – how could it be otherwise – to be taped at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta.
Not only will Perry participate Coming home financially, but also write and direct the movie. The film is expected to appear on the streaming service sometime in 2022.
Berry introduced his now iconic character Madea in 1999. That was still on stage at the time, namely in performances I can do everything bad for myself. Since then Madea has appeared in several films and series. To date, the franchise has grossed over $1 billion in the United States alone.
Previously, it seemed that Perry actually wanted to leave the role. “I don’t want to be her age when I play it, so it’s time to give up and do something else. I have so many other things I want to do‘,” he told the same site in 2019 during the premiere of A Madea Family Funeral.
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