Aquaman is set to be the highest-earning DC film since The Dark Knight. It has been tipped to topple the £120m made in the Batman film’s opening weekend.
Nigerians are doing really great in Nigeria and around the world especially in Hollywood as they are being given movie roles in movies.
For those who have not been able to watch the trending movie;Ghetto Bred, it tells a story of Efe (Eniola Badmus) a struggling female cab driver residing in the shanties part of Lagos hustling to make ends meet in a male dominated profession. She has a flair at getting on people nerves and always striving to get her way.
Rule Number One, a highly anticipated movie by Magson production is set to hit the cinemas on June 1st, 2018. It tells the story of the bond between two best friends with different personalities; one who is the life of the party and the other conservative.
Nollywood big budget flicks, ’93 Days’, ‘The Bridge’ and ‘Isoken’, are set to be showcased in Hollywood.According to The Cable, the inaugural ‘Nollywood in Hollywood’ event will take place at the world famous Egyptian Theater in Hollywood on Friday, featuring the screening of ’93 Days’.
There’s no stopping Marvel blockbuster “Black Panther” as it is poised to make $500 million domestically in its 3rd weekend in the cinemas.
Not to be outdone by his buddy/rival The Rock, Kevin Hart is making moves to ensure he has his own television series on the way. Fox has ordered a pilot presentation for a potential animated series called _Lil Kev, _which would be based on the actor's comedy.
The Super Bowl is traditionally a time and a place for major movie studios to plug the trailers of their most anticipated releases for the year ahead. Shockingly, Netflix decided to release the biggest 2018 movie people have been anticipating.
We have had a lot of big releases in 2017 and still await some of the best of the year in the coming months. We witnessed the grandeur of films like Baahubali: The Conclusion and saw the fall of Tubelight, but next year promises even bigger films than this.
Nigerian actress, Funke Akindele, is set to star in one of Hollywood’s biggest projects, ‘Avengers: Infinity War’. The actress is going to share the big screen with A-list Hollywood actors such as Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pratt, Bradley Cooper, Tim Holland and Scarlett Johansson.