Number Ones: Black Films That Debuted at the Top of the Box Office

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Diary of a Mad Black Woman (2005)

Tyler Perry's first Madea film, and the only one he didn't direct himself, shot straight to the top upon its release in 2005, positively shocking industry insiders. The $50 million picture was just the start of Perry's box-office reign.


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