Tyler Perry's next Lionsgate production Madea's Witness Protection will begin filming next week in Atlanta. Perry opted for an *interesting* and mostly white cast ensemble for this one, with the exception of Romeo Miller (Jumping The Broom), the son of rapper Master P.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film is about a man (played by Eugene Levy) "who, after his investment company goes belly up due to embezzling, is put in witness protection with his family, which is forced to move from a wealthy Connecticut neighborhood to Madea’s home in the South."
Miller is set to play a man who blames Levy's character for his depleted church investments and seeks revenge. Denise Richards signed on to play Levy's wife. Besides Levy, Miller and Richards, Doris Roberts, Devan Leos, Tom Arnold, Danielle Campbell, and of course Tyler Perry himself round up the cast.
Madea's Witness Protection's will be produced by Perry along with Paul Hall and Ozzie Areu.