King Kong reigns supreme over North America box office
"Kong: Skull Island," the latest in a series of films starring the legendary great ape, bested "Logan" to top the North American box office in its debut weekend, industry estimates showed Sunday.
Joy Bewaji peels marriage onions in Wedding Blues
These were some of the core issues that played out at the performance of Joy Isi Bewaji’s Wedding Blues last Sunday on the last day of British Council Lagos Theatre Festival 2017 at Freedom Park.
Odesola tells true-life story with Scars of Joy
Silverbird cinema hall, Alausa Shoprite, was filled to its capacity at the screening Scars Of Joy, produced by Pastor Johnson Odesola, Assistant General Overseer, the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG).
WIFTIN host 100 young women, screen movie
At the screening, WIFTIN unveiled the WIFTIN Art Club Project, an initiative aimed at educating and fostering professionalism in filmmaking and all other media in female secondary students.
'Game of Thrones' announces winter is coming - in summer
"Game of Thrones" returns for its season seven premiere on July 16, HBO announced Thursday in an elaborate marketing stunt which elated and bemused fans of the hit fantasy show.
NCC engages Ali Nuhu, Nollywood actor as ‘Face of Consumer’
The regulatory body said in a statement on Wednesday in Lagos, that the engagement was in affirmation of the declaration of 2017 as the Year of the Consumer.
Nollywood legend Pete Edochie turns 70
Nollywood legend Peter Edochie, who turned 70 years on Tuesday said the secrets to a long and healthy life was living healthy and being focused.
Jackie Chan: foreign 'pressure' good for Chinese films
Action star Jackie Chan said opening up China's heavily-restricted film market to more foreign works would put positive pressure on local filmmakers, as rumours swirl Beijing will expand its quota on imported movies.