Even though the governor of Georgia has made the controversial decision to reopen the state’s non-essential businesses amid a continuing rise in COVID-19 infections and deaths, one of the state’s most notable residents – Tyler Perry – is strategically devising a plan that could get production up and running again at his massive studio complex in Atlanta.According to TMZ, safety is a top concern for the entertainment mogul, as he mulls over a plan to do testing of any cast and crew member involved with his productions.
Now here’s where the creative mind of Perry comes in, y’all ready for this?
Since the studio campus is a former army base, there are 141 barracks on-site — and all ready to move in.
There are also about 30 houses that were erected for various productions and other options.
“Anyone who tests negative would be invited on the lot, where they will live during the entire production.”