Summit Entertainment Releases First TV Spot For Tyler Perry's 'Alex Cross'

by Courtney
October 1, 2012 7:58 PM
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Seems like it's been a while since this has been in the news (our last post was in June, and it received almost 100 comments). But in case you've forgotten... Alex Cross opens this month - less than 3 weeks from now actually, so, as long as Summt Entertainment goes the press screenings route, expect reviews to start coming in very soon.

The release date for Tyler Perry's Alex Cross is set for October 19th.

The film, which features a supporting cast of rather solid actors in Cicely TysonGiancarlo EspositoMatthew FoxEd Burns, and others, will be released with a PG13 rating by the MPAA.

Check out the new TV spot Summit released today: 

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  • Marie | October 2, 2012 1:21 PMReply


  • Orville | October 2, 2012 1:54 AMReply

    This is going to be very interesting I wonder how Tyler Perry's audience are going to respond? Will Tyler fans flock to support this film or not since this is Tyler's first really major acting gig outside of his own projects. Tyler is the star and he's the male lead here can Tyler turn this into a hit?

  • ALM | October 2, 2012 12:17 AMReply

    Matthew Fox really transformed his body. He is nothing but lean muscle in that clip.

  • Beemooree | October 1, 2012 10:25 PMReply

    I originally had no interest in seeing this but from the trailer it looks good. Plus Carmen ejogo is in this who I loved in sparkle

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