Take a peek on what trouble tough-talking and pistol-packing Madea is causing this time through a brand new teaser trailer of 'I Can Do Bad All by Myself'.
A brand new teaser trailer for "I Can Do Bad All by Myself" has provided a short sneak peek at the Tyler Perry's latest comedy. Less than a minute long, this snippet comes out via TylerPerry.com. While it doesn't exactly unravel the film's plot or show footage from the film, it does give a taste of Madea's madness.
The whole teaser contains the fake 911 phone call record. It can be heard that Madea makes the 911 call because someone is breaking into her house. When the operator is telling her that she is sending a police officer, Madea is quick to say that she doesn't want any police coming into her home. Further conversation reveals that Madea has weapons and she only wants the 911 to send ambulance for the house-breaker.
"I Can Do Bad All by Myself" tells the story when Madea discovers a 16-year-old girl and her brothers looting her home. She then sends them to live with their Aunt April, who is a hard-drinking nightclub singer. The movie is another feature film adaptation from Tyler Perry's plays following "Madea Goes to Jail". Starring Perry, Taraji P. Henson, Mary J. Blige and Gladys Knight among others, it is expected to open in U.S. theaters September 11.
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