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Glamour Girls

27 Dec 2020
The year 2020 was a difficult year for a lot of people, and the Nigerian film industry was no exception. Shoots were cancelled, film releases were delayed and now, production companies have to find new and innovative ways to convince their audience to visit the cinemas, in the middle of a pandemic that has threatened…
Nneka the Pretty Serpent
5 Jul 2020
Nigerians love a good blockbuster film, especially a classic story that evokes nostalgia. The success of Charles Okpaleke’s Living In Bondage: Breaking Free showed that. Grossing over ₦140 million within a few weeks of its release, the sequel’s success marked the beginning of the season of remakes, sequels and film production of Nigerian classics. There…

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