Final Trailer for Tyler Perry’s Film ‘Acrimony’ Starring Taraji P. Henson
“You don’t know what he did to me…” Lionsgate has debuted one final trailer for Tyler Perry’s new play patrician Acrimony, an infidelity thriller starring Taraji P. Henson. We featured a initial trailer for this film final year, about a lady sleepy of station by her father who continues to distortion and lie on her. Lyriq Bent plays her husband, with a expel including Danielle Nicolet, Jazmyn Simon, Tika Sumpter, Jason Vail, and Ptosha Storey. For those wondering, a word severity is a noun definition “bitterness or ill feeling”, yet this trailer explains this as well. The film is told mostly by flashbacks, with Henson retelling her story of how she initial met him and all a abuse she has sensitively perceived over a years, before branch infamous and vengeful. Did she kill him in a end? Maybe, maybe. You’ll have to see this to find out.
Here’s a final central trailer (+ poster) for Tyler Perry’s Acrimony, approach from Lionsgate’s YouTube:
A true mother (Oscar hopeful Taraji P. Henson) sleepy of station by her divergent father (Lyriq Bent) is barbarous when it becomes transparent she has been betrayed. Acrimony is a subsequent film created and destined by a prolific, multi-talented filmmaker/actor Tyler Perry, executive of Madea’s Family Reunion, Why Did we Get Married?, Meet a Browns, The Family That Preys, Madea Goes to Jail, For Colored Girls, Madea’s Big Happy Family, Good Deeds, Madea’s Witness Protection, A Madea Christmas, The Single Moms Club, as good as Boo! A Madea Halloween (and its supplement out this year) previously. Lionsgate will recover Perry’s Acrimony in theaters everywhere starting March 30th, 2018 entrance up. Anyone meddlesome in watching?