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Genevieve Nnaji Marriage Has Never Been My Priority

Genevieve Nnaji has paid her dues as a top-rated actress in Nollywood. She has also delved into music, modelling and fashion. Despite attaining the age 30, the single mother of one says she is not under any pressure to get married. She spoke with Senior Correspondent, Temitope David-Adegboye, on her absence from the screen and the things that have been taken her time.

What does hitting 30 feel like?

I feel as always. Age is just a number.

You've been… Continue

Added by NollywoodMohits on June 8, 2009 at 7:36am — 3 Comments

YORI YORI We didn't expect Yori Yori to be a bang -Bracket

We didn't expect Yori Yori to be a bang -Bracket

Ezioko Nwachukwu and Obumneme Ali, who go by the stage name 'Bracket' are easily known for their 'Yori Yori' hit track that is currently making waves within the entertainment circles. The duo, from Enugu State and students of the same school, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, spoke to REPORTER, Ifeoma Meze, on how they started, the philosophy behind the track 'Yori yori,' among other issues. Excerpts:

You guys… Continue

Added by NollywoodMohits on June 8, 2009 at 7:30am — 7 Comments

The World's Most Powerful Celebrities. Oprah loses No. 1 spot

She's rich. She's talented. She's beautiful. And now Angelina Jolie is the most powerful celebrity in the world.

Thanks to the release of several blockbuster movies and an endless sea of media buzz, Jolie has dethroned Oprah Winfrey to top this year's Celebrity 100 list, Forbes' annual ranking of the world's ultra famous.

Jolie raked in $27 million in the past 12 months thanks to a movie schedule that included "Kung Fu Panda," "Wanted" and the not-yet-released… Continue

Added by NollywoodMohits on June 7, 2009 at 8:30am — 6 Comments

ZIK ZULU REPLIES Eddie Irohs Nollywood, Nolly What ?

Nollywood, Nolly What?” is the title of Eddie Iroh’s surprise rhetoric of Monday, May 25, 2009 on the back page of THISDAY. As a former Director-General of the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN), and a writer, one expected Iroh’s critique of Nollywood to be pungent but professional. Sadly and with due respect, Iroh chose, albeit unwittingly, to elevate himself to the chair of the club of quasi-literary figures, armchair critics whose criticisms of Nollywood can, at best, be described… Continue

Added by NollywoodMohits on June 7, 2009 at 8:04am — No Comments

Nigerians in Hackney as naijalondon.com goes to Nollywood

THE Hackney Citizen asked the little guy with the big DVD stall in Ridley Road Market for the four best-selling Nollywood films that are keeping Hackney’s Nigerian community glued to their sofas. Patrick Pringle and Josh Loeb review these Lagos epics

ONCE you get over the fact that the pregnant woman in the opening scenes of Royal Messengers quite obviously has a lumpy pillow shoved down the front of her dress, the film settles into a plot that would have most right-thinking people… Continue

Added by NollywoodMohits on June 7, 2009 at 7:59am — No Comments

How a simple elderly advice changed my life —Sola Fosudo, actor

Looking resplendent and gorgeous in his milk-coloured suit, all smiles, he moved around majestically in a nobly fashion, depicting his gargantuan status as a seasoned actor and erudite scholar as he welcomed in warm embraces very eminent personalities to the Ptotea Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos, venue of the Bread Fruit Foundation’s (BFF) 1st Annual Patrons Dinner held recently.

BFF is a non-profit organization that famous actor and Lagos State University lecturer, Sola Fosudo… Continue

Added by NollywoodMohits on June 7, 2009 at 7:55am — No Comments

Nollywood playboys

They are sleek, damn too good-looking and have everything going for them with nice cars, damn-the-devil ‘effects’ complete with posh houses and the fame to get any woman to toe the line they want. They are the Nollywood stars who have glamourised our screens for years and thus have found some wanton way into our hearts.

The ordinary drop-dead gorgeous beauties prone to Idol-worship are not only their easy preys, some very talented, self-made actresses or starlets have also… Continue

Added by NollywoodMohits on June 5, 2009 at 9:30am — No Comments

Nollywood actor Segun Arinze, seeks divorce

Nollywood actor Segun Arinze on Monday sought leave of an Ikeja High Court, Lagos, to dissolve his 13-year-old marriage to Annette Aina-Padonou.

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The marriage is blessed with a 12-year-old daughter.

Arinze told Justice Sybil Nwaka that the marriage had broken down irreparably and irreconcilably, after the couple had stayed apart for 11 years, since May 29, 1998.

He said he was seeking the leave of the court to… Continue

Added by NollywoodMohits on May 28, 2009 at 8:52am — 30 Comments

Nollywood, Nolly What?

I always knew it would happen; that the bubble of delusion would burst. But I never imagined that it would happen in such dramatic fashion and right on our doorstep.

But then, when you refuse to face reality, reality, like the mountain, will come face to face with you; when you prefer to engage in hallucinatory delusion, the chances are always that someone who is less inclined to massage your ego will shiver your timber. That is precisely what happed at the recent African Movie… Continue

Added by NollywoodMohits on May 27, 2009 at 6:27pm — 2 Comments

I Don't Understand Why Actresses Use Sex For Roles - Laide Bakare

When some moviemakers used her father's hotel in Ibadan as a location in 1998, little did many realise that Olaide Bakare was catching a glimpse of life vocation as she inquisitively followed actions of the actors and their directors. Mistakenly considered the daughter of veteran actor, Olumide Bakare, Olaide got hooked on the thrills of the make-believe world and decided to cut her teeth in the entertainment industry.

That one chance encounter with film making by the… Continue

Added by NollywoodMohits on May 27, 2009 at 1:00pm — 2 Comments

Friday Night

Friday Night

May 24, 2009

Friday Night

Originally uploaded by NollywoodForever

Friday Night – 2008

Story – Adjoa Van Vicker & Diana Morris

Screenplay – Van Vicker

Director – Van Vicker


Van Vicker – Pape

Nana Ama McBrown – Missy

Livingston Kwane Lotsu – Andre

Omar de 1st – Rashid

Fred Magma Johnson – Kobi

Gloria Osei-Sarfo – Abigail

Ziggy Nartteyson – Gambo

Patrick… Continue

Added by NollywoodMohits on May 26, 2009 at 1:07pm — No Comments

Twilight Sisters 2009

Story – Oby Somina Okafor

Screenplay – Oby Somina Okafor & Amaechi Ukeje

Director – Ugezu J Ugezu


Van Vicker – Micky

Oge Okoye – Alicia

Emeka Enyiocha – Joe

Andy Chukwu – Pastor Frank

Cassandra Odita – Mrs Davies

Ada Ameh – Mabel

Nnadi Ihuoma – Angel

Uche Elendu – Havilla

Tom Njemanze – Micky’s Dad

Ifeanyi Nnaso – Buddy

Zubby Egwu – Bruno

Ijeoma Azuka – DPO

Okwudili Oguegbu – Angel’s… Continue

Added by NollywoodMohits on May 26, 2009 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Stars From 'The Terminator': Then & Now TERMINATOR 5 Christian Bale from Batman to Terminator

Stars From 'The Terminator': Then & Now

   May 22nd, 2009

Christian Bale in 'Terminator Salvation' Backstage meltdowns aside, we're excited to see "Terminator Salvation." The fourth film in the "Terminator" franchise (now released 25 years after the original) looks like it's going to live up to its predecessors in terms of post-apocalyptic plot and state-of-the-art visual effects. But it fills us with nostalgia for the cast of the first three… Continue

Added by NollywoodMohits on May 26, 2009 at 9:10am — No Comments

Nigeria actress Rita Dominic signs off with party

Sensational Nigeria actress Rita Dominic has rounded off her visit to southern Africa's Malawi with a big party in the commercial city Blantyre. The popular actress was in Malawi on a five-day visit courtesy of DStv provider MultiChoice Malawi. She left on Saturday.

Rita Dominic

During her visit, she toured Malawi’s former head of state - late Hastings Kamuzu Banda’s - mausoleum in Lilongwe as well as Chombo orphanage in Blantyre.

Her sign-off party was spiced up… Continue

Added by NollywoodMohits on May 24, 2009 at 7:00pm — 5 Comments

My breasts and my boyfriend —Ejiro

Her name may not instantly ring a bell but her face is synonymous with Nollywood. This fair complexioned actress who holds a diploma in Public Relations from the Ogun State University and a degree in Sociology from the Lagos State University, is working hard towards becoming an A-list actress.

With over 20 movies to her credit, this Isoko indigene from Delta State is not resting on her oars to see that the movie industry returns to it’s old… Continue

Added by NollywoodMohits on May 24, 2009 at 6:57pm — 4 Comments

Nollywood Babylon: Nigeria’s movie industry is winning global attention, but DVD piracy may bring it down

Producer Paul Julius is confident that the tens of thousands of dollars he has spent producing the soap opera “Tomorrow’s Tears” will be recouped, no matter the electricity shortages, lack of investors or grease-palmed government officials hampering his shooting schedule.

Fighting to be heard over a steady stream of traffic and actors complaining about the lack of food, money and air conditioning, Mr. Julius explained the plot of his soap, which he hopes to sell to local TV… Continue

Added by NollywoodMohits on May 24, 2009 at 6:53pm — No Comments





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