Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Tyler Perry's Madea comes to the CHC! (Without the FBI)
Madea to Visit Community Health Center
Press Release from United Artists and Tyler Perry
Middletown - Mayor Daniel T. Drew and the Middletown Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that award winning author, comedian, friend of Oprah and actor Tyler Perry have agreed to lens the newest Madea film, Madea Hangs out at the Community Health Center, in Middletown. Perry has starred as the pocket book yielding, wise cracking grandmother character on numerous TBS shows and films.
“I wrote this film with Middletown in mind in order to focus on the money issues that are plaguing the Community Health Center, if all goes well I hope to film a followup, Madea goes to Kidcity in the fall,” said Perry an avid churchgoer and native of New Orleans. “In the old neighborhood a youthful African American male can go to jail for stealing $100.00 from a laundry mat. If you are white and run a non-profit organization, it’s okay to steal due that person’s value system. I know this guy once from CT who ran the CHC who used to say, ‘I deserve the $601,000 year because I help people’, but come on that’s highway robbery.” Perry, the star of the thriller Alex Cross said yesterday at a luncheon at The Cantina.
According to United Artists, the music for the film will be conducted by various groups from The Buttonwood Tree with a few soundtrack titles already available on ITUNES: I Love to take 4 months off from Work (Dalai Lama); U Are Poisoning the City; J. Edgar Hoover Blues, and I should really be giving a LOT of money back (Hypocrite Democrat song).
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