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Tyler Perry’s ‘For Colored Girls’ to Arrive on Blu-ray for Black History Month

Lionsgate has announced the date for the home video release of the Tyler Perry film, For Colored Girls, set to arrive February 8th  on Blu-ray Disc Combo Pack (three discs – including Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Copy), DVD, Digital Download and On Demand at a suggested retail price of $29.98 for the DVD and $39.99 for the Blu-ray Combo Pack.

The film features the largest cast of African-American actresses ever assembled and they all come together under the direction of Tyler Perry. The landmark film is a who’s who of acting talent including Janet Jackson (Why Did I Get Married Too?), Loretta Devine (TV’s Grey’s Anatomy), Kimberly Elise (TV’s Grey’s Anatomy), Macy Gray (Idlewild), Thandie Newton (2012), Anika Noni Rose (TV’s The Good Wife), Phylicia Rashad (TV’s The Cosby Show), Tessa Thompson (When A Stranger Calls), Kerry Washington (The Last King of Scotland) and Whoopi Goldberg (The Color Purple).

For Colored Girls’ availability is timed to coincide with the celebration of Black History Month and the DVD release of Tyler Perry’s House of Payne: Volume Six.

Film Synopsis:

Nine women are the central characters who share their lives and experiences.  Each woman is looking for different things in their lives.  Some are acquaintances, some are not.  But all of them are brought together through crisis, heartbreak and support which ultimately allows them to find commonality and understanding for issues that affect women, and women of color in particular.

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