Tyler Perry is gearing up to bring some of his throwback projects back to life. He recently teased a third installment of Why Did I Get Married on the heels of announcing he’s bringing his most famed character MADEA back for a Netflix movie.
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It appears Tyler Perry is seemingly on a project comeback vibe as of late.
The filmmaker recently teased the return of one of his classic films, Why Did I Get Married. The media mogul shared the film poster of Why Did I Get Married Again, which would be the third installment to follow the 2010 sequel Why Did I Get Married Too? and the original Why Did I Get Married, which premiered in 2007.

 

 
 

 

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“I’ve got a question….. Should we revisit this?” Tyler asked on his Instagram.
Fans sounded off in the comments. One commenter had several questions she needed answered if the media mogul does decide to do a third installment.
“Yes we need to know how Patricia is since the passing of Gavin. How is Mike doing with treatment? Did Troy get a job? Is Marcus still lying?,” @coach_kia_ asked.
The original cast includes Janet Jackson, Jill Scott, Tasha Smith, Tyler Perry, Sharon Leal, Malik Yoba, Michael Jai White and Richard T. Jones. Fans fell in love with the four couples as they all worked their way through the trials of marriage.
Why Did I Get Married grossed almost 55.9 million at the domestic box office. Why DId I Get Married Too raked in $60 million.
Many fans in the comments are here for a third installment as long as the original cast comes back. We’re with them there.
Speaking of comebacks…

 

 
 

 

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In a hilarious video posted to IG, Tyler Perry announced his most beloved character, MADEA, is coming out of retirement for Netflix!
MADEA is set to star in an upcoming Netflix film titled, A Madea Homecoming, which is set to be released in 2022, according to Deadline. In the video announcement, Tyler/MADEA we all need to laugh, so they’re going to make it happen. Tyler retired his signature character in 2019 in A Madea Funeral., which made $75 million at the global box office.
Tyler will direct and write with Will Areu and Mark Swinton producing. Michelle Sneed and Tyler will serve as executive producers. The new MADEA project will be shot entirely at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta.
This continues Perry’s work with Netflix following last year’s release of A Fall From Grace, which was seen by 39M households in its first month.
Right now, he’s writing/directing/producing A Jazzman’s Blues for Netflix, which stars Joshua Boone and Solea Pfeiffer.
Also, Tyler is developing a drama prequel series based on MADEA’s early life with Showtime.
Booked & Busy!
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