Tag: Mo Abudu

The Most Anticipated Nollywood Movies of 2020

In this post, we have curated the most anticipated Nollywood movies coming out in 2020, from King of Boys 2 and Oloture to Badamasi (The Portrait of a General) and La Femme Anjola.

Ebonylife Films’ Chief Daddy now Showing on Netflix

Three months after its theatrical release, Ebonylife Films’ Chief Daddy will be available to viewers from around the world via Netflix. The...

Chief Daddy: Nollywood Holiday Movie of The Year

I had decided I was not going to see Chief Daddy in cinemas. Another box-office focused comedy from EbonyLife? I will wait for it to come to MyFilmHouse, Netflix, or EbonyLife in-house...

Most Anticipated Nollywood Movies Opening this December (2018)

While the year started with the usual comedies that do not challenge or engage the moviegoer, it is ending with a bang. Kemi Adetiba’s audacious King of Boys is killing it commercially –...

The Royal Hibiscus Hotel Review: Mo Abudu finally produces a delightful rom-com

All four movies executive produced by Mo Abudu are in the top ten highest grossing Nigerian movies of all time. She is business savvy like that. While she is the king (or...

Pictures from the World Premiere of The Royal Hibiscus Hotel.

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...
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The Most Anticipated Nollywood Movies of 2020

In this post, we have curated the most anticipated Nollywood movies coming out in 2020, from King of Boys 2 and Oloture to Badamasi (The Portrait of a General) and La Femme Anjola.

The Ghost and The House of Truth Captures The Dark Side of Lagos

kin Omotoso’s feature film, The Ghost and the House of Truth, sees right through the bullshit; it acknowledges that Lagos is a mad, violent man.

The Future: 4 Nollywood Child Actors You Will Be Seeing Everywhere

We take a look at these young actors punching above their weight in Nollywood—taking on challenging roles, delivering like experienced actors and competing with veterans for awards.