"Good Deeds" director Tyler Perry recently performed a good deed of his own - donating his private jet to fly the body of Whitney Houston back to New Jersey for Saturday's funeral -- an act that didn't come as a surprise to the cast of his latest film.
"There are no words. He's maybe the kindest man I've ever met," Rebecca Romijn, who stars in Tyler's "Good Deeds," told Access Hollywood at the film's premiere in Los Angeles on Tuesday, of the famed writer/director's favor to the grieving Houston family.
Also on the "Good Deeds" cast list is Jamie Kennedy, who echoed Rebecca's sentiments regarding Tyler's generosity.
"He's a beautiful man... so, it's beautiful," he told Access. "I'm not surprised at all and I hope her spirit finds peace."
As for Tyler, the 42-year-old mogul remained mum on the flight details, but when asked what he will miss most about Whitney, replied simply, "Everything."
"Good Deeds" - which also stars Eddie Cibrian and Thandie Newton - is slated to hit theaters on February 24.
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