Tyler Perry’s ‘A Jazzman’s Blues’ Image Reveals Star-Crossed Lovers

We now get our first look at Tyler Perry’s new drama, A Jazzman’s Blues, which Netflix claims the multi-hyphenated creator has been “waiting to tell for 27 years.” The movie, which Perry wrote, produced, and directed, would be about “a tale of forbidden love.” There isn’t much else known about the narrative, but it will be full with scandals, mysteries, and a murder that hasn’t been solved. Joshua Boone, Solea Pfeiffer, Brent Antonello, Brad Benedict, Ryan Eggold, Milauna Jemai Jackson, Kario Marcel, Austin Scott, and Rob Wood are among the actors that have been cast in the project.

The image, which Netflix released to its Twitter account today, reveals a period piece production set amidst trees and open fields. In it, we see Pfeiffer and Boone, who are presumably our star crossed lovers. Pfeiffer’s character dons a patterned dress with a wide neck piece and sits on a tree limb, hanging her feet from it. It appears that Boone’s character has come to speak with her while she’s been lost in a story as she holds a book in her hands. Interrupted or not, she doesn’t seem to be bothered by the visit as she leans in, engaged in whatever it is that Boone’s saying. Wearing a white, long sleeve button down shirt with peach-colored slacks, Boone gazes up at Pfeiffer with excitement in his eyes. The connection between the two is made more apparent the longer you look at the photo with the on-screen chemistry oozing out of the frame.


The drama marks the second Perry-helmed feature to drop in 2022. In late February, the performer put out A Madea Homecoming, the twelfth installment of his Madea-centered universe. Prior to A Madea Homecoming, the last time we saw the larger-than-life antics of the grandmother was in 2019’s A Madea Family Funeral. In the meantime, Perry has kept busy with a slew of acting projects with titles including Don’t Look Up, PAW Patrol: The Movie, and Those Who Wish Me Dead. In 2020, he released the Netflix thriller, A Fall from Grace, of which he also starred and produced.

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