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Tyler Perry unveils first black owned costly and luxurious studio in Atlanta

By Guardian Exclusive
10 October 2019   |   11:06 am
American actor, writer, producer, and director Tyler Perry has unveiled a self-named studio in Atlanta. The multi-million dollar studios were built on a 330-acre complex containing 12 sound stages and is said to be reportedly larger than those owned by Warner Bros., Walt Disney and Paramount combined.

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