Tyler Perry Returns with Blockbuster Formula

The Tyler Perry fan base is strong. When ”Acrimony” was released it was number 2 at the box office on the opening weekend. This says a lot about the strength of the Tyler Perry and the fans that support all of his movies. He has proven himself to be a big box office success. This movie has made more than $40 million during the time that it has been in the box office.

There are a ton of people that are looking at the numbers, and some people may wonder how a movie like this could come in second place behind a Steven Spielberg movie. This is a great second spot when one considers the “Ready Player One” blockbuster. People that have come to know Tajai P. Henson are well-aware of the type of work that she does. They know that she has the talent to pull off this type of movie. It was just a matter of getting the word out about the movie.

Tyler Perry has been so busy with all of the televisions shows that he has created on OWN. It seems like there is a lot for Tyler Perry to handle, but he still found time to quietly sneak back into major films with “Acrimony.” This was the perfect time for the movie because Tajai P. Henson is on top of her game with “Empire” and the movie also features other actors from Tyler Perry TV shows. This makes it possible for these actors and actresses to transition from television to movie roles.

The fact of the matter is that Tyler Perry is someone that continues to work hard to go beyond what is expected. He is someone that creates relationship movies where women are wronged by their spouses. It is a formula that continues to draw more and more women to the Tyler Perry group of moviegoers that look forward to his new take on revenge.

There are men that will see this movie, but the core movie base for Tyler Perry films is typically comprised of women. They are the ones that will go to see these movies with their girlfriends. They will go in groups, and sisters and their mothers will also support this girl’s night out type of outing.

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