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New Nollywood movie ‘Halita’ set to hit the airwaves.



Halita’, a new drama series set in the northern part of Nigeria and parading several Nollywood stars, is set to hit the airwaves from February 4.

It tells the story of a young woman who is forced to flee the village and a crooked suitor, only to face the intrigue and drama of a new life in the city with a powerful family.

Can a village girl impact a set of people set up high on their ego, wealth, secrets and insecurities? This one mystery that the viewer will have to unravel after seeing the series.

Some of the cast members of the new drama series are Ummi Ahmed, Boma Elamiena and Eddy Madaki.

A fast-rising Nollywood actress and model, Chisom Gabriella, is playing the lead character, ‘Halita’.

At an exclusive media screening of the first episode in Lagos on Wednesday, the Channel Director, Africa Magic, Wangi Mba Uzoukwu, described the project as “a tale of family, fortune and fame.”

“Halita demonstrates yet again our commitment to telling the best stories out of Africa for Africa. It is guaranteed to provide the exciting entertaining content that the Africa Magic channels are renowned for.

“The production values are stellar, and the performances are worthy of critical acclaim. Lovers of exciting African entertainment content would do well to tune in and watch the show,” she added.

‘Halita’ premieres on Africa Magic Family, DStv channel 154 and GOtv channel 2.


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A South African comedian Trevor Noah to produce a movie featuring an 8 year old Nigerian chess champion.



Trevor Noah

South African comedian and host of American talk show, The Daily Show, Trevor Noah, is developing a film about the eight-year-old Nigerian chess prodigy, Tanitoluwa Adewumi.

Adewumi’s story broke the internet in March after he was profiled by the New York Times for winning the state’s chess championship.

The boy won the state tournament from kindergarten through third grade after reportedly fleeing Boko Haram attacks in Nigeria.

Noah will produce the film under his Day Zero Productions imprint alongside business partner, Haroon Salem.

Named as producers on the project are State Street Pictures and Mainstay Entertainment.

The film has also been acquired by Paramount Studios.

Adewumi had only been playing chess for a year when he won the New York State Scholastic Chess Championship in 2018.

He learned to play chess from a teacher at school.

The plot of the film centres on the Adewumi family’s survival story of seeking asylum only to become homeless in New York, and the lengths that parents would go for their children.

After their story began spreading on social media, the family got donations of over $250,000 through GoFundMe.

The film’s script would be adapted from a trio of books on the family, which would be released through HarperCollins’ W Publishing imprint in 2020.

Source: Opera news/Movies

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I have never had a boyfriend who abandoned me – Nollywood Actress Moyo Lawal brags.



Nollywood actress Moyo Lawal is out here sharing a little bit about her personal life.

Taking to her IG page, the curvy actress revealed to her fans that she has never been dumped by any of the men she dated in the past.

In her words;

I have never had a boyfriend who left me …… does that give me a bragging right (even if he walks away in anger , he will still walk back to beg ) ….. …….. …. p.s I have just never been able to forgive a wrong done … …… #ThatConcreteRose #Moyoorfierce #MLMoyo LawalMoyo Lawal

Source: Informationng

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If a movie director hasn’t asked to sleep with you then something is wrong with you – Actress Vicky Zugah.



Actress Vicky Zugah

Ghanaian actress, Vicky Zugah who recently went through a deliverance process for snatching the husband of a lady who placed a curse on her, has shared her thoughts on sexual harassment in the Ghanaian movie industry.

In an interview with Naa Ashorkor on Joy FM, Vicky Zugah said sexual harassment is indeed witnessed in the Ghanaian movie industry and desperate upcoming actresses easily give in to sexual advances from movie producers and directors.

She added that if an actress has not been asked out by any movie producer or director, then something is wrong with her.

 Sex for roles in the movie industry is very real. I won’t lie about. It’s happened, it’s happening and it will happen again tomorrow and it’s normal.

If you are a woman and you are in the industry and no one is asking you out like a producer, a director or someone who is in charge isn’t asking you for sex then there is something wrong with you” Vicky Zugah said.

Source: Lindaikejisblog 

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