For celebrities in Moviedom, divorce not an option yet
Although not peculiar to the entertainment industry, as it is prevalent in other industries, divorce and cases of separation in the entertainment industry always makes headlines.
Nse, Jocelyn, OC Ukeje and Tope: A climb up the world stage
It was some cheery news for Nigeria’s Nollywood industry and Ghana’s Ghollywood as the African Speakers and Artists (AS+A), East Africa’s leading speaker bureau, announced during the week that...
Liz Benson-Ameye: An actress as an evangelist
Many still recall how Liz combined the role of an unmarried lady, that of a newly-wedded, as well as an aged mother effectively.
Screen celebrities in the corridor of power
Like in the last dispensation, some actors and actresses have assumed political positions in their states.
Almost a decade and half after, Mama G still rules moviedom
If there is any Nigerian screen actress that seemed to have armed herself with the secrets of remaining relevant in a turf where reality means that every star actor has his or her time and so must....
Peace Anyiam-Osigwe heads review of Mopicon document
This is not an easy time for founder of the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA), Peace Anyiam-Osigwe.
This Bukky is always Wright
Timeless is a word that is not used loosely when describing an actor, because their relevance eases out so easily, especially when they are not in the right mix.
Omoni Oboli leads wives on strike on April 8
Women would embark on an indefinite strike from April 8, not in real life though, but in the fictional world of notable Nollywood actress, writer, producer and director, Omoni Oboli.