Wowsers. Atlanta unabashedly, unquestionably and unequivocally loves Tyler Perry. Pictured above are all the playing times for Perry’s “I Can Do Bad All By Myself” at Regal Atlantic Station Stadium 16 in downtown Atlanta today. That’s a new showing every half hour.
Atlanta’s probably sole legitimate filmmaker, Tyler Perry, made Vanity Fair’s “New Establishment” list, which claims to be the best list of the country’s most important leaders or whatever. If you actually sit down and read this list, very little of it makes sense. (How the crap is Ari Emanuel the 67th most important leader in the country? The dude is more well known as a fake version of himself on “Entourage” than… himself… his actual, sentient self.) Continue reading ‘Perry named to Vanity Fair’s ‘New Establishment’’
Atlanta filmmaker Tyler Perry shut down Decatur's The Grange Public House for two days to shoot "Why Did I Get Married Too" yesterday and today.
The frickin’ bean counters in Hollywood are loving Decatur. We had “H2″ and “Zombieland” and “The Blind Side” and now Tyler Perry. Continue reading ‘Tyler Perry filming in Decatur, residents claim to have seen his movies’
Published April 27, 2009
Tags: Ali Larter, Beyonce Knowles, Brian Egeston, David Loughery, George Clooney, HBO, Idris Elba, iMDB, John Ridley, Kerry Washington, Lakeview Terrace, Lionsgate, Obsessed, Patrick Wilson, Samuel L. Jackson, Steve Shill, The Wire, The Wrap, Travis Hudgons, Tyler Perry
I’ve been uniquely interested in “Obsessed” since its trailer was released a few weeks ago. Aside from the fact that Ali Larter is hot, Beyonce is hot and Idris Elba is Idris Elba, the casting of the movie seemed very deliberate. I haven’t seen a mainstream movie about a black couple antagonized by a white woman. Continue reading ‘‘Obsessed’ kills it, called most important freaking movie ever’