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Tyler Perry hopes to create Sci-Fi movie

Director, Entertainment, Film, Movies, Prometheus, Sci-Fi, ScreenCrave, Tyler Perry -

Tyler Perry hopes to create Sci-Fi movie

Tyler Perry has decided to venture into the Sci-Fi genre after expressing his disappointment with the film Prometheus. The popular movie mogul, who once played a cameo role in Star Trek, says “I love Sci-Fi.” ScreenCrave reports:

Tyler Perry has built a franchise out of his name. Every film he’s made has turned a profit, but it’s partly because they’re done on the cheap, and he knows he has a core fanbase. Later this year he’ll see if he can cross over into the mainstream with the action film Alex Cross, and now it looks like he wants to stretch even further by making a science fiction film.

This comes from Collider  – who found it in an interview with blackfilm – and there Perry notes his disappointment with Prometheus (and we’re with him there), and that he’s begun working on his own Sci-fi film.

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