Golden jubilee return for the Village Headmaster
You probably would have seen the promo running on some major radio and television stations. Some members of the cast and crew of the long rested television series ‘The Village Headmaster’ are planning a big come back for the series....
Ayo Adesanya: 50 red roses for star actress of stage and screen
She doesn’t look 50. So when she announced recently that she had turned 50, her social media timeline and indeed, the social media space was agog with congratulatory messages for the beloved...
Actress Kiki Omeili offers Run as first big fruit
Notable Nollywood actress, Kiki Omeili plays the lead role of Tomilola Wright in her first feature film as a writer and producer titled ‘Run’. The movie, which opened in cinemas across the country this weekend, is centred on a hardworking young woman who lives a dull and routine life.
Follow-spot on stars of the romcom The Reunion
The spotlight is on the leading ladies of the romantic comedy ‘The Reunion’- Lillian Esoro, Tana Adelana, Mercy Aigbe, and Mercy Johnson. These notable actresses, though with support from their male counterparts, put up a delightful performance that made the romantic comedy with the signature of Thomas Odia, tick
Finally, it’s Kolawole Ajeyemi for actress Toyin Abraham
The news is all over the place. Not only has the notable actress, Toyin Abraham remarried, she recently welcomed a baby boy. The news of her safe delivery came almost a week after pictures of her quiet wedding to fellow actor Kolawole Ajeyemi...
Women Rising: Screen diva, Funke Akindele, earns a deserved directing debut
It is official. Star actress Funke Akindele-Bello is now a movie director. The amiable, indubitable, unpretentiously friendly and award winning actress and producer...
Five female screen celebrities in their 40s still looking stunning
As people age, the tendency is to think that their performance and attractiveness would decline. Even if that is often the case, these screen celebrities in the unofficial 40s club of Nollywood have proven with the attention they have paid to their health, passion, and creativity that aging can be a benefit to a successful career.
60 garlands for Edmond 'Teacher Chike’ Enaibe
Veteran theatre and media practitioner, Edmond Emuesiri Enaibe, has been formally admitted into the unofficial club of ‘elders of the entertainment industry’ by reason of his attaining the age of 60.