SLUMSMAG STAFF: Greg Lewis
uh-oh, she ready.
Tiffany Haddish — who stars in Tyler Perry’s latest, “Nobody’s Fool” — has bigger plans than acting.
“In 10 years, I see myself owning a studio like Tyler,” she told us at the film’s premiere. “That’s not a dream; that’s something that is going to happen. You know how you wake up and go to pee in the morning? That’s how I know I’m going to do that.”
She calculated her career up so far: “It is playing out very well. It’s playing out the way God intended it to.”
Tiffany Haddish and Tyler Perry attend the world premiere of “Nobody’s Fool” at AMC Loews Lincoln Square on Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018, in New York.
(Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)
According to SFGATE,At the world premiere of his new film, “Nobody’s Fool,” Tyler Perry hoped that “good people” from all backgrounds will “step up and do the right thing” to end the divisive speech that many believe has led to violence.
Tyler Perry, a respected film’s writer, director and producer, delivered a mouth on the purple carpet before a screening in New York on Sunday. He denounced “people using their microphone and platform for division to tear us apart just to win.”
I’m hoping that good people will step up and do the right thing. Black, white, Republican, Democrat, gay, straight — step up, vote, do the right thing to make sure that this kind of voice and rhetoric is extinguished,” Perry said.
Perry’s anger at the event came from violent events that took place over the last few days.
Referring to the 11 people killed after a gunman opened fire in a Pittsburgh synagogue and a Florida man arrested for allegedly mailing pipe bombs former president Barrack Obama, CNN, Bill and Hillary Clinton’s home and actor Robert De Niro.
“Nobody’s Fool” star Tiffany Haddish hopes that in some way the film can provide an escape from the violence and threats over the last couple of days.
“Well, it has been a lot of tragedy, and a lot of bad things going on this past week. And I think the best medicine for that is to laugh, to find some way to escape a little bit,” Haddish said.
The film, “Nobody’s Fool,” is a comedy about a woman recently released from prison who reunites with her sister. But she soon discovers that her sister, played by Tika Sumpter, is in an online relationship with a man she thinks may be manipulating her.
The movie is said to be hilarious.
Coming to a theatre near you on Nov.2.