Three months after its theatrical release, Ebonylife Films’ Chief Daddy will be available to viewers from around the world via Netflix.(more…)
In a series of tweet, techprenuer and founder of Anakles Films, Editi Effiong revealed among many other things that the Governor of Bauchi state, Abdullahi Abubakar, will be starring in Tope Oshin’s Up North. (more…)
Linda Ikeji hopes to disrupt the Nigerian TV space in 2018 with a reality TV show – Oyinbo Wives of Lagos – unlike anything we have seen in Naija. I think this one is perfect for the lovers of the Kardashian series and Telemundo. (more…)
Comedian turned actor/filmmaker, Ayo Makun, is back again with another comedy – The Accidental Spy. This time around, we will see some action, in a comical way of course. Have you ever seen a pidgin-speaking terrorist? Wait till you meet Ay and Emma Oh My God’s characters. (more…)
Ever longed for martial arts in Nollywood? If yes, then 20 Pound Dreams starring Gideon Okeke is for you. (more…)
The only Nigerian movie – The Royal Hibiscus Hotel – scheduled to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) was finally screened over the weekend at Toronto, and the team behind the film ensured it was a success. The Royal Hibiscus Hotel is a movie by Mo Abudu’s EbonyLife Films and is directed by Ishaya Bako.
They entered in style, trended on social media and represented the culture. (more…)
If you browse through Eniola Badmus’ Twitter timeline, it is practically filled with tweets on her upcoming film Ghetto Breed. The Nollywood actress who just got enlisted to play Mama Ajasco in the reboot of popular family drama, Papa Ajasco, has been promoting the upcoming movie tirelessly.
And we are not surprised, It is her debut movie production with her company Enibad Production. She has got almost everyone to tweet about it or post on their IG, from Mercy Johnson, Steve Onu to Olamide (Baddo). (more…)
Upcoming Nollywood movie by EbonyLife Film, The Royal Hibiscus Hotel, lands world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF); one of the most attended film festivals in the world.
This marks a return to the festival by the Nigerian film industry.