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3 items from 2011

Brandon T. Jackson Does It Big In New 'Big Momma 3' Music Video

9 February 2011 9:50 AM, PST | MTV Movies Blog | See recent MTV Movies Blog news »

When it comes to "Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son," some things are changing, and some things are staying the same. Funny dudes dressing up as massively overweight and strangely eccentric women? Check. But Martin Lawrence isn't the only cross-dressing undercover cop this time around: comedian Brandon T. Jackson has joined the cast as Trent Pierce, the stepson of Lawrence's Malcolm Turner, replacing outgoing actor Jascha Washington in the role.

Jackson isn't just acting in the movie, too; he's rapping and dancing as well, lending his talents to the music video for "Ima Do It Big," featuring T. Pain and One Chance. Check out the video right here on Movies Blog!

The video, which is in promotion of "Big Momma 3," showcases several clips from the movie, including a scene where Jackson's Pierce – who follows in his stepfather's footsteps by going undercover as Big Momma's college freshman niece to root out »

- Josh Wigler

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Martin Lawrence Goes To School In This Exclusive 'Big Momma: Like Father, Like Son' Clip

2 February 2011 11:00 AM, PST | MTV Movies Blog | See recent MTV Movies Blog news »

If you're a Martin Lawrence fan, then there's no way you're not a "Big Momma" fan. There's just nothing like seeing the co-star of the "Bad Boys" franchise slip out of that machismo role and into something a little more comfortable — and by more comfortable I mean a comically oversized fat suit, bizarre face-changing makeup and a ratty old wig.

Lawrence's last foray into the "Big Momma" universe came in 2006, but he won't be gone for long. In fact, he'll be back quite soon with a third installment, "Big Momma: Like Father, Like Son," arriving in theaters on February 18, 2011. And to celebrate the arrival of that movie, we've got an exclusive clip from the comedy for your viewing pleasure right here on Movies Blog!

No, your eyes do not deceive you. You're seeing quite clearly, in fact: those are two fully grown men dressed head to toe in fake female fat suits, »

- Josh Wigler

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New poster and trailer for Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son

21 January 2011 9:44 AM, PST | The Geek Files | See recent The Geek Files news »

Martin Lawrence returns as FBI agent Malcolm Turner and his deep-cover alter-ego Big Momma for the third instalment in the crime comedy series.

Twentieth Century Fox releases Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son in UK cinemas on February 16. A new poster has been sent over (see above), while the trailer is included below.

This time, Turner is joined by his teenage stepson Trent as they go undercover at an all-girls performing arts school after Trent witnesses a murder. Posing as Big Momma and as hefty co-ed Charmaine, they must find the murderer before he finds them.

Brandon T Jackson (Tropic Thunder, Percy Jackson & The Lightning Thief) steps into the role of Trent for this film; the role was previously played by Jascha Washington.

Faizon Love plays Kurtis Kool, the school's janitor who has a likeness for fat women and falls for Big Momma.

It's directed by John Whitesell, who helmed »

- David Bentley

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