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Links 1 through 2 of 2 by Latoya Peterson tagged TylerPerry

"Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer sure talks as though the company's looking to create a TV channel around Tyler Perry -- Tyler TV -- even though he says he "can't comment" on a report about it. He told analysts this morning that "we strongly support" the idea of bringing Perry to "exciting new platforms." That could include a "not fully distributed (cable) channel that we could buy" or nesting Perry at "a channel we already have... We have a lot of options if we choose to go down that path." The New York Times says this morning that the company is considering rebranding its struggling TV Guide Network, buying a channel such as Gospel Broadcasting Network, or teaming with Comcast which promised federal officials who approved its acquisition of NBCUniversal that it would beef up programming for minority audiences."

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"Why, for $20 million, does Why Did I Get Married Too have so many holes and 'flaws' (even though much more expensive films like Avatar too have moments of bad writing)? There are numerous instances. At one point in the film Malik Yoba seriously accuses Janet Jackson of having never cried over the death of their son. In the narrative his accusation is supposed to prove how emotionally deranged she is (which I’ll talk about later). Sounds reasonable, right? But wait, the climax of the first installment, Why Did I Get Married, has Janet Jackson doing what? Crying over the death of her son! Has Perry read his own scripts?"

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