The writer/director/actor/mogul/soon-to-be-shoemaker (?) has just released his first trailer for the
This time Perry assembles a a diverse cast of actors (and I use that term loosely) for the movie. Folks like Eugene Levy (who's currently riding high from American Reunion), Denise Richards, Tom Arnold and Romeo join talented stars like John Amos, Marla Gibbs (where have the two of them been???) and Doris Roberts for a story that plainly follows a banker and his family's drastic move from their posh Connecticut neighborhood to next door to Madea and her wild posse down south.
The teaser trailer looks very Perry-like, which I'm sure is appealing to many. I'm just waiting for Madea's Big Happy Funeral. What do you think? Will you see Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness Protection when it comes to theaters June 29th?