Actress Juliet Ibrahim has stated that she might feature in a nude or semi-nude scene if she is given a movie role in Hollywood. The screen diva revealed that she has turned down several African movie producers with nude scenes in their script as she sat for an interview on Accra100.5FM’s mid-morning show on August 14. “If I’m called up for a movie in Hollywood and I’m supposed to expose parts of my body and it is going to be done tastefully or even with body doubles because we always have stunt models and body doubles in Hollywood, I would” she said. She added that the movie industry in Ghana doesn’t have the sophistication of Hollywood, “so, usually, I will turn down movies like that”.
Bollywood actors make more money than Hollywood actors, Africans need to be self sufficient – Ramsey Nouah In a recent chat with The Weekender, Nollywood star, Ramsey Nouah talks about his career and his secret ambition. Enjoy the interesting interview below: Which project are you currently working on? I have a movie that I am working on with a colleague of mine. It is a very big movie. He is actually a business partner of mine; his name is Charles Okpalaeke. We got together and secured the license to actually remake ‘Living in Bondage’. Are you using the original cast? I am part of the movie. We also have Steve Gukas; he is coming in as a producer and director. Basically, we are looking at a blockbuster of a movie. What do you have to say about Kunle Afolayan? Kunle is the forerunner or t...
“Let’s not wait for Hollywood,” actress Belinda Effah urges Nigerians to support Nollywood films like Black Panther Popular Nollywood actress Belinda Effah has called on Nigerian citizens to consider supporting Nollywood films just like they are supporting Hollywood fantasy movie, Black Panther. Miss Effah hopes that Nigerians will give the same attention and support to Nollywood now that that the industry has grown and producers are releasing good movies daily. Her words: I pray peeps will support Nollywood movies like they do Wakanda. No bias, I love the movie. Then again, how do we grow when we don’t support our own. Constant badmouthing. Whatever Nollywood means to you, good or bad, we need your support. Let’s not wait for Hollywood to make to make Nollywo...
“Wakanda has reversed history forever,” Jim Iyke says as he recommends Black Panther to fans Nollywood actor, Jim Iyke, is the latest to recommend the Marvel blockbuster movie, Black Panther, to fans. The actor who watched the movie in the cinema in Abuja over the weekend has something good to say about the flick generating a lot of buzz around the world. Here is Mr Iyke short review of the 2 hour 15 minute long Fantasy/Science fiction movie. He wrote on Twitter: Went to see #BlackPanther last Night. Can’t keep still. World! sit down and be humble. #Wakanda has reversed our history forever! Have you seen the movie?
Can whoever's behind the removal and adding of casts on the IMDb page ever stop breaking hearts?
As fans anticipate Funke Akindele's Hollywood debut as a member of Dora Milaje in "Avengers: Infinity War," a list of top Nigerian-born actors and actresses that have played a major or minor role in a superhero film has been put together.
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