Rebecca Romijn has boarded Tyler Perry‘s next Lionsgate movie Good Deeds. The Dutch American actress and former model will play a former corporate executive who left her position to focus on becoming a mother.
The multi-hyphenate Perry, who is both writing and directing, will portray Glen Dees, a successful entrepreneur who is about to get married when he falls for a single mother who’s, afflicted by misfortune, giving him second thoughts about his superior fiance.
Perry has already achieved considerable success in Hollywood, which definitely causes some adverse reactions, primarily related due to quality of performance.
Since Spike Lee is constantly in the news describing Perry’s movies and shows as “coonery” and “buffoonery,” Perry went on to say that he doesn’t understand why so much criticism of his work comes from other black people:
I’ve never seen Jewish people complaining about Mrs. Doubtfire or Dustin Hoffman in Tootsie. It’s always black people. We don’t have to worry about anybody else trying to destroy us because we do it to ourselves.”
Scheduling issues considering, the Lionsgate/34th Street Films picture will begin production on April 25 in Atlanta Georgia, home of Tyler Perry’s successful studio. The new romantic comedy does not yet has a set release date.
As for Rebecca Romijn, she is best known in the motion picture world for portraying mutant Mystique in the X-Men movies, the same role that Jennifer Lawrence will play in the upcoming X-Men: First Class.
Perry’s credit includes movies such as For Colored Girls and I Can Do Bad All by Myself.
Take a look at the Perry’s best critically acclaimed film to date.
For Colored Girls, Trailer 2010 HD