Coming Soon: Cold Feet

Cold Feet is a thrilling romantic drama that “promises to keep you at the edge of your seat.” The movie stars our favorite fine people: Jim Iyke, Beverly Naya, Enyinna Nwigwe, and Joselyn Dumas.

Moses Inwang is directing. The veteran’s last picture was the 2017 award-winning blockbuster, Alter Ego, which starred Omotola Jalade and Wole Ojo. Alter Ego won the director the Best Screenplay Award at the 2018 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Award (AMVCA).

Cold Feet is being touted as the “most anticipated movie of 2019” by its producer. That’s a reach but let’s see.

There is no official synopsis now, but the teaser below suggests a theme surrounding infidelity and a getaway gone wrong.

Cold Feet Teaser

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No release date yet, but the movie is coming to cinema sometime this year and FilmOne are responsible for distribution. I will update this post as more information is made public.

Meanwhile, tell me what you think about the teaser in the comment section. Does Cold Feet look like a most anticipated film of the year?

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Daniel Okechukwuhttps://www.thatnollywoodblog.com/
Daniel is a Nollywood blogger; he discusses the latest happenings in the Nigerian Film Industry. His writings on Nollywood have appeared on Okayafrica, Africa is a Country, Konbini, and Culture Custodian.

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