Investigators in Atlanta are still trying to determine what caused a 4-alarm blaze that brought more than 100 firefighters to the Tyler Perry Studios Tuesday night.
The fire was contained to one building in the center of the 30-acre complex that includes a 200,000-square-foot studio and five sound stages owned by the actor and media mogul, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Perry was at the complex and spoke with Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran, reports AJC.com, but did not talk to reporters. Employees leaving the studio grounds after the fire told reporters they were instructed not to talk to the media.
Atlanta Fire Department spokesman Capt. Jolyon Bundrige tells AP the fire happened before 9 p.m. and there were no reports of injuries. The facade of one building was damaged, but the structure was still intact.