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Season 1 of Castle and Castle was packed with a number of cases and stories that ran concurrently with the main story. We also know you enjoyed each of those cases and proclaimed the legal field to be an intellectual profession. We have compiled the 6 most interesting cases for your perusal. Our lord, if we may. Related: Pastor vs. Dehido (Episode 1) Pastor vs. Dehido. Via Netflix A Pastor (Seyilaw) sues a member of his that recently became famous. The pastor claims that Bro Demola “Dehido” Fagbohun (EmmaOhMaGod) has used a church song for his personal gain. The case, however,…
While the second season of EbonyLife’s Castle and Castle is set to be released on Netflix on September 15, 2021, we have taken the liberty to re-watch the 2018 13-episode legal drama series so you would not have to do so. Castle and Castle tells the story of successful lawyers, Remi and Tega Castle, who strain their marriage when they end up on different sides of the law. See this as a school and WhatKeptMeUp is the name of the college, so fasten your seat belt as we take you through a refresher course on Castle and Castle season 1.…
King of Boys was disruptive when it premiered in cinemas across Nigeria in 2018. While the themes that were explored are things that have been done countless times in movies, many other movies have been able to do it almost the same way Kemi Adetiba did with KOB. We have taken the liberty to list those movies for you. Related: 1. SCARFACE Image via Universal Pictures This 1983 crime drama with Tony Montana (Al Pacino) as the main character, takes us through the story of Tony as he builds his drug business from the ground up. Though Eniola Salami didn’t…
This Luke Aire Oyovbaire (We Are Fine, A Break From Reality, Lemonade) Nollywood romantic comedy movie stars Rona Adams (Meg Otanwa) as the main character.
Starring Sola Sobowale, Adesua Etomi-Wellington, Toni Tones, Adedamola Adedoyin, Paul Sambo and Reminisce, King of Boys, the 2018 movie, went on to become the highest-grossing movie of 2018 and one of the top grossers of all time in Nigerian cinema.
With most of the season set in Smallville, what we see is a beautiful insight into Superman’s hometown. Starring Tyler Hoechlin as Clark Kent.
What’s better than a King of Boys movie? Any answers? Anyone? A sequel, but this time as a series. Exciting, right? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4OeHI3EJuY After its box office success in 2018, the Kemi Adetiba-directed political thriller has gone on to become one of the most revered and celebrated movies in Nigeria. Asides the beautiful imagery and cinematography of the original movie, the themes and relatedness of the movie has also granted the movie the status it has today, making it the most anticipated Nollywood project in 2021. Official poster. Via Netflix The trailer opens with an eerie sound which is soon replaced…
It is very easy for people to argue about who gets to make or adapt African arts while equally using a made-outside-Africa smart device. This recently happened after Wizkid featured Justin Bieber in a remix of Essence. We have compiled a list of some of the times Nigerian songs were used in non-Nigerian films.
As much as the definite article ‘the’ is a difference between James Gunn’s rendition and David Ayer’s 2018 version of the villainous mercenaries, there are several other things that make the two movies different from the other.
The short film has done a number at film festivals, including Canada International Film Festival, Malta Short Film Festival, IndieFEST film awards amongst a host of others, often leaving in its wake of awards and wins.