We had no critic’s pick in August.
Available in Nigeria in September is a slate of new Nollywood films heading to cinemas. Titles such as Jade Osiberu-produced crime-thriller
Brotherhood, Wole Ojo-led prison drama Inside Life, and Dimeji Ajibola-directed comedy Passport starring Jim Iyke and Mercy Johnson.
Available on streaming services are the following titles,
Collision Course, The Man for the Job, Anikulapo, Finding Hubby 2, and Aki and Pawpaw.
Foreign films available in cinemas are
The Woman King, Don’t Worry Darling and Ticket to Paradise.
Posters of some foreign movies that are available in Nigeria in September.
See the full highlight of movies and TV shows available to watch in Nigeria in September below.
Highlight of New Films Available in Nigeria in September
WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING; Produced by Reese Witherspoon, this mystery thriller based on a book, starring Daisy Edgar-Jones premieres on September 2 in cinemas. PASSPORT; Directed by Dimeji Ajibola and starring Jim Iyke and Mercy Johnson in what has been described as a ghetto comedy. Release date: September 2, in cinemas. COLLISION COURSE; Kelechi Udegbe and Daniel Etim-Effiong star in this drama that covers police brutality in Nigeria. Release date: September 2, on Netflix. INSIDE LIFE; Starring Wole Ojo, Nedu Wazobia, Broda Shaggi and Tina Mba in a prison drama based on a true life story. Release date: September 9, in cinemas.
TICKET TO PARADISE; Julia Roberts and George Clooney lead this romantic comedy. Release date: September 9, in cinemas.
THE MAN FOR THE JOB; A Lagos-set tech drama starring Temi Otedola, Uzor Arukwe, Alibaba and Ini Edo, set to debut on Amazon Prime Video on September 9.
THE WOMAN KING; Starring Viola Davis, John Boyega, Thuso Mbedu and Jimmy Odukoya in a historical drama based on events the Kingdom of Dahomey. Release date: September 16, in cinemas.
FINDING HUBBY 2; a sequel to Finding Hubby, a 2020 Nollywood romantic drama. Release date: September 16, on Netflix.
GOODNIGHT MOMMY; a thriller remake of 2014 Austrian film. Release date: September 26, on Amazon Prime Video.
AVATAR; a rerelease of the 2009 adventure fantasy film directed by James Cameron. Release date: September 23, in cinemas.
DON’T WORRY DARLING; Harry Styles, Florence Pugh, and Chris Pine star in the mystery thriller directed by sophomore director Olivia Wilde.
BROTHERHOOD; Tobi Bakre and Falz star as brothers on opposite sides of the law in this crime thriller set to be released on September 23 in cinemas.
A JAZZMAN’S BLUES; this period romantic drama is directed by Tyler Perry, to be released on September 23, on Netflix.
BLONDE; Ana de Armas stars as Mariyin Monroe in this biopic. Release date: September 28, on Netflix.
ANIKULAPO; Kunle Afolayan returns to Netflix with this Yoruba epic drama set in ancient Oyo kingdom starring Kunle Remi, Bimbo Ademoye, Sola Sobowale, and many more Yoruba stars, on September 30. AKI AND PAWPAW; 2021 remake of Aki and Pawpaw by Play Network Studios will debut on Netflix on September 30.
THE GREATEST BEER RUN EVER; An American biographical action comedy starring Zac Efron, Dylan O’Brien and Russell Crowe. Release date: September 30, on Apple TV+.
CHOKE; Starring Chimezie Imo and Kanayo O. Kanayo, this psychological thriller premieres on September 30 in cinemas.
Highlight of New TV Shows Coming to Nigeria in September
DEVIL IN OHIO S1; September 2, on Netflix.
THE LORD OF THE RINGS: THE RINGS OF POWER S1; September 2, on Amazon Prime Video.
COBRA KAI S5; September 9, on Netflix.
ATLANTA S4; September 15, on FX, Hulu.
THE BRAVE ONES S1; September 16, on Netflix.
ABBOTT ELEMENTARY S2; September 21, on Hulu.
ANDOR S1; September 21, on Disney+.
DYNASTY S5; September 24, on Netflix.
BLOOD PSALMS; Set in Ancient Africa, one thousand days after the fall of Atlantis, ‘Blood Psalms’ explores the story of the five surviving houses of Kemet as they find themselves beset with fears of a prophesied end of days. Release date: September 28, on Showmax.
DIICHE; A mystery thriller set to premiere on Showmax on September 29. RAMY S3; September 30, on Hulu.
ENTERGALACTIC S1; September 30, on Netflix.
Which of the film(s) and TV show(s) are you looking forward to the most? Did we forget any? Let us know in the comments below.
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