Tyler Perry Burying Franchise with ‘A Madea Family Funeral’

Tyler Perry's a Madea Family Funeral: Goodbye with a Smile

“Captain Marvel” coming out next weekend, but that is NOT stopping Lionsgate with “A Madea Family Funeral,” the tenth and final film in Tyler Perry’s long-running “Madea” series.

Continue on and watch the final trailer of Madea in Tyler Perry’s a Madea Family Funeral

CelebNMovies247.com presents the final Madea because its time to bury her once and for all.

Tyler Perry’s a Madea Family Funeral is the tenth and final film in Tyler Perry’s long-running “Madea” series.

Madea has been on the big screen since 2005, and now Tyler Perry is rejoicing because he has finally fulfilled his 10-year contract of Madea.

Perry introduced America to his Madea after the success of his 1999 play “I Can Do Bad All By Myself,” Madea was brought to the big screen in 2005 with “Diary of a Mad Black Woman.” Diary pulled in 50 million at the box office. The film proved that a $5.5 million budget could cash in so, Madea has been a dependable, low-budget moneymaker for Lionsgate. Over the years, Madea has grossed a combined $547 million at the domestic box office.

Over the years, the Madea franchise has diminished with each addition to the franchise. It seemed that love was not there anymore. The series peaked in 2009 with a $41 million opening and $90 million domestic total for “Madea Goes to Jail,” and “A Madea Family Funeral” is projected for an opening weekend tally of $18-20 million from approximately 2,400 screens.

Tyler Perry’s a Madea Family Funeral is that one last roundabout with the old lady and her family talking trash along with the sprinkles of Christianity to teach life lessons along the way. This Madea film looks to be quite funny, so make sure you head on out to the theater for a matinee of Tyler Perry’s a Madea Family Funeral.

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