Category: Entertainment

Nollywood is huge — and there’s never been a better time to check it out

| November 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

How many Nigerian films or TV shows have you watched? Chances are, if most of what you watch is what’s available in cinemas and on Australian broadcast TV, you haven’t seen any — despite the fact Nigeria is the second largest producer of film in the world after Hollywood. But that could be about to […]

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Nollywood twins Tracy and Treasure Daniels celebrate their birthday

| November 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

Nollywood actresses and twin sisters, Tracy and Treasure Daniels, are celebrating their birthday this Monday, October 21. The identical sisters took to their shared social media page to acknowledge their day. They posted a beautiful photo of themselves online while they thanked their fans for the show of love. Tracy and Treasure are both actresses […]

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Saudi Prince Says Kushner’s Mideast Peace Plan ‘Up in the Air’

| November 7, 2019 | 0 Comments

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Regina Daniels and billionaire husband Ned Nwoko share 6 beautiful things about their marriage

| November 6, 2019 | 0 Comments

– Nollywood actress Regina Daniels and her husband Ned Nwoko are enjoying marriage and giving fans something to talk about – Nwoko said that they got married within three weeks of meeting each other – Daniels explained that she was not bothered about what people would say Nollywood actress Regina Daniels and her billionaire husband […]

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Nollywood debuts first animation movie Malika: Warrior Queen

| November 5, 2019 | 0 Comments

One criticism of Nigeria’s Nollywood movie industry is the lack of variance in story genres. While Nollywood movies are widely watched across Africa, they’re mainly known for live action urban rom-coms and modern-day dramas than anything else. Two genre gaps are animations and movies rooted in African mythology. Roye Okupe, founder of YouNeek Studios, a […]

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