Everyone is drawn to that person who walks into the room with the swagger like they know the organizers of the meeting. Sometimes you might even be jealous a little. “Who do they think they are”?
Genevieve Nnaji was part of the elite women that attended the Essence Black Women in Hollywood event held Yes, read it again. Black Women in…
“Newcomer” Jide Kene-Achufusi ‘aka’ SWANKY JKA has cemented his place with the stars with the AMVCA nom for Best Actor in a Drama
Africa’s most prestigious film awards, the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Award has released the nominees for its 7th edition.
An African proverb says “a lion cannot give birth to a goat”.
Sounds like something Uncle Pete will say right?
Yes, Pete Edochie is Nollywood’s favourite wise Uncle. Every Nollywood lover knows and loves Pete Edochie. He is popularly known for playing the role of Igwe (A king) or Onu-owu (A traditional chief priest) in movies.
We get a lot of questions like “How can I become successful as an actor”? “What can I do to become a movie star”? “How do I make it in Nollywood”?
Moët & Chandon, the “champagne of cinema” hosted Nollywood stars to a night of arts, glamour and exquisite dining on the 2nd of February, 2020
Frederick Leonard is a Nigerian actor who hails from Anambra state. This makes him Igbo by tribe. With a career in Nollywood that spans over a decade, Frederick considers himself lucky to be able to turn his greatest hobby to his work and be successful at it. Not everyone is that lucky, we know how it is not an easy feat.
Whether you want to admit or not, trailers have a lot to do with how audience perceive a movie. Statistics say that 71% of people decide to watch a movie based on what they see in the trailer.
The Nigerian movie industry delivered lots of successes in 2019. Better storylines, global recognition, and outstanding sequels. More Nollywood films premiered internationally and it was also a year that recorded the most number of collaborations between veterans and new actors.