Netflix just dropped the Trailer for Mea Culpa and we are intrigued to say the least!
Accoridng to Deadline Netflix has unveiled the first trailer for its crime thriller Mea Culpa, written and directed by honorary Oscar winner Tyler Perry (A Jazzman’s Blues), which is slated to bow on the streamer on February 23rd.
Starring Kelly Rowland (Think Like A Man) and Trevante Rhodes (Moonlight), the film tells the story of criminal defense attorney Mea Harper (Rowland), who takes on the murder case against Zyair Malloy (Trevante Rhodes), an artist accused of killing his girlfriend.
As she tries to figure out if her cagy and seductive client is as innocent as he claims, Mea gets thrust into a world that’s both hot and dangerous.
Mea Culpa marks Perry’s fifth Netflix feature on the heels of Six Triple Eight, A Fall from Grace, A Madea Homecoming, A Jazzman’s Blues and Adam McKay’s Don’t Look Up, in which he was part of the ensemble. Not yet dated for release, drama Six Triple Eight tells the true story of the only all-Black, all-female battalion in World War II. Kerry Washington leads the cast and served as executive producer.
Following the announcement of Mea Culpa early last year, Netflix revealed that it had signed Perry to a multi-year first-look deal that will see him write, direct and produce more features for the streamer. That partnership came following Perry’s pact with Amazon Studios in November 2022 to write, direct and produce four films for Prime Video.
Are you excited to watch?