Three months after its theatrical release, Ebonylife Films’ Chief Daddy will be available to viewers from around the world via Netflix.Read More »Ebonylife Films’ Chief Daddy now Showing on Netflix
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 movie has grossed 100 million – and is revered among critics.Read More »Most Anticipated Nollywood Movies Opening this December (2018)
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 Queen) of Nollywood Box Office, movies produced by her company, EbonyLife Films, have not been critically acclaimed. To be honest, they have not been great films. With The Royal Hibiscus Hotel, we can finally say Mo Abudu has given us a delightful rom-com.
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.Read More »Pictures from the World Premiere of The Royal Hibiscus Hotel.