Tyler Perry releases his “A Madea Christmas” trailer 

A trailer has been released for Tyler Perry’s upcoming Christmas movie starring himself and several other stars. Perry will release his “A Madea Christmas” December 13 detailing the rambunctious grandma’s job as a mall Santa during the holiday season.

After getting coaxed into helping a friend pay her daughter a surprise visit in a rural town, Madea will be on hand as the city prepares for its annual Christmas Jubilee where new secrets will be revealed and old relationships will be tested.

In a trailer for the movie, Madea dons the traditional red Santa Clause garb and shakes up (literally) small children who dare sit on her lap.

In addition to Perry the movie stars Tika Sumpter, Chad Michael Murray and Larry The Cable Guy.


Check out the trailer for Tyler Perry’s “A Madea Christmas” below. -danielle canada 

Tyler Perry’s ‘A Madea Christmas’ trailer

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