Scrubs' John C. McGinley's technique of belittling his subordinates with ladynames will likely soon prove ineffective as he begins commanding around someone who already goes by a female moniker whenever they're able. The actor is now in talks to join Summit's Alex Cross reboot as chief of police--a role that will place him opposite our new Cross, Tyler Perry. Given McGinley's superior ranking and knack for shouting, expect some tension between those two. But probably nothing a little grandmotherly sass can't mend over some grits, right, Madea? Hallelujer.
Turning his upcoming Christmas film into a powerful, holy celebration of peace and love between races, cultures, and catchphrase-spouting caricatures, Tyler Perry has added Larry the Cable Guy to the cast of his [Tyler Perry's] Madea Christmas.... / Continue →
Eugene Levy's promise to always show up as Eugene Levy whenever asked now extends into Tyler Perry's Madea franchise. The actor and masochistic American Pie torchbearer has signed on to star in Madea's Witness Protection, in which he'll play the timely role of an investment com... / Continue →
Kim Kardashian, seen above with a Dr. Phil look-a-like during a break from shooting her breakthrough role in Disaster Movie, has signed on to co-star in Tyler Perry's latest film adaptation of one of his plays, The Marriage Counselor. Like sort of a female-centric Hitch that wi... / Continue →