Kemi Adetiba’s ‘King of Boys 2’ A Netflix Original

Kemi Adetiba, Efa Iwara and Nse Ikpe-Etim on the set of King of Boys 2.


Kemi Adetiba has announced that her much-anticipated movie sequel, “King Of Boys 2” will be a Netflix original.

The first installment of King Of Boys got several nods with fans singing praises of Sola Sobowale’s performance in the motion picture. Even though the first was seen in the cinema before it could be streamed on Netflix, the second will go straight to the streaming giant.

Adetiba shared the detail on social media through an Instagram post. The award-winning filmmaker wrote: “We’re editing KOB 2 and trying to organize all assets in proper order etc, and it hit me… So that big, flashing, neon-red @netflix “N” is gonna come first… Then my production company’s logo (see above ☺️) and then a “NETFLIX presents…” right after.

MY film is gonna be a Netflix Original!! I don’t know about y’all but ain’t no posing in my book. I might be EXTREMELY scared, nervous, my anxiety is definitely through the roof, but believe me when I say, that I’m also SUPER STOKED about it.
Not bad for this Ekiti/Akwa-Ibom girl who many prolly thought wouldn’t amount to anything. Heck… Even “I” had very serious (and valid) doubts about myself at a time. But life is a journey. And as long as you have breath, you work hard, work smart, play fair (always), you got that killer drive, and are dogged about achieving your goals by any LEGAL (cos some of you…😒) means necessary… There’s always a chance you can drastically change your life story in a positively explosive way. I gotta tell y’all mine one day!!!

And I’m HERE!!! It’s not the end goal of course. Not by a long shot. But it’s a super amazing milestone that I’m both proud of, and grateful for.

But I don’t wanna be here alone… Let’s GOOOOOO!!! p.s. Don’t be scared of your dreams. I dream like a naive 16-year-old who life hasn’t shown yet 🤣

Like @jcolewrld said, “They say anything is possible. You gotta dream like you’ve never seen obstacles!”
I dream of the mighty things I want to do and achieve. And I don’t think a single one of them is stupid, unreasonable or far-fetched.

Your dreams are just God’s way of showing you the blue print of what you are capable of.
Have a happy, goal-achieving “hump day” today ❤️☺️😘 #NetflixShouldersLoading #HiDad 😜




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King Of Boys 2” written, produced, and directed by Kemi Adetiba, will include Sola Sobowale, Remilekun “Reminisce” Safaru, iLLBliss, Richard Mofe-Damijo, Nse Ikpe Etim, Efa Iwara, Toni Tones, Jide Kosoko, Osas Ighodaro and more.

The first installment of King Of Boys enjoyed enormous Box Office success and was a fan favourite which makes movie lovers in the Nollywood movie space expectant of what is to come in the sequel. The cast and crew wrapped shooting in November and the motion picture is now in the post-production stage.

Newly Wed Gbenro Ajibade Says ‘No Big Deal About Marriage’

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Gbenro & Osas sit for first post-wedding interview

Star actor, Gbenro Ajibade who recently swore to remain co-star Osas Ighodaro’s one true love for life spoke about changes he has been through in the couple’s first post-wedding interview with Entertainment News, advising bachelors that there’s no big deal about marriage.

“This is to the boys yo – there’s no big deal about marriage”, Gbenro said, adding that he married his best friend.

Gbenro, who first met Osas on the set of popular TV series, Tinsel, also said marriage has made him a more responsible man, plus he has the added advantage of ‘owning’ his wife, he added jokingly.

On her part, Osas said she has had to let go of her independence, however, she keeps discovering the joys of growing with her significant other.

Watch the full interview where Gbenro Ajibade and Osas talk about his chopped-off dreadlocks here:

I’ve Been On Tinsel For Too Long – Gbenro Ajibade

Gbenro AjibadeNollywood actor, Gbenro Ajibade, is eager to take his career to a new level by showcasing his versatility.

Gbenro, who rose to fame on popular TV series, Tinsel, told Entertainment News on Channels TV that said he is working on “more of the big screen movies because apparently I’ve been on Tinsel for too long and I wanted to show people how flexible I am”.

He also revealed that he has plans to begin producing and directing films to showcase his capabilities and bring new ideas to the movie industry.

Gbenro started out as a model and upon his relocation to Lagos from Benue, where he grew up, he took up acting and this eventually landed him a role on Osas - GbenroTinsel.

The actor, who is in a relationship with TV star, Osas Ighodaro, also said he is planning his wedding, which would take place sometime in 2015.

However, on the actual date of the wedding, Gbenro said “Relax, when I’m ready I’ll let you know”.

According to Gbenro, the lovebirds met on the set of Tinsel and were very good friends before they started dating.

Toke Makinwa, Bez, OC Ukeje, Others Dazzle On Red Carpet At TFA Nominees Reception

The-Future-Africa-Awards-Nominees-Reception-August-2014-BellaNaija0051-400x600United States Consulate hosted on Thursday, July 31, the nominees of The Future Africa Awards & Summit 2014 to an exclusive reception in Lagos, Nigeria.

The event was held at the residence of the Consul-General, Jeffrey Hawkins and guests present at the event were Rita Dominic, Toke Makinwa, Bez, Ice Prince, OC Ukeje, Brymo, Uche Nnaji, Gbemileke Oyinsan, Titilayo Oyinsan, Yvonne “Vixen” Ekwere, Mai Atafo, Noble Igwe, Fela Durotoye, Ivie Okujaye, Funlola Aiofioyebi, Stephanie Coker, Osas Ighodaro, and Pastor Ituah Ighodalo.

Channels Television is the host TV station.


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EN Visits All-Star Cast Of ForColoredGirls During Rehearsals

ForColoredGirlsNtozake Shange’s 1975 collection of poems For Colored Girls was re-imagined as a play by ace director, Wole Oguntokun.

Entertainment News (EN) visited members of the cast, Oreka Godis, Funke Akindele, Osas Ighodaro, Diana Yekinni, Ade Laoye and Carol King, who were busy perfecting their roles in time for show day.

Here’s a picture of singer, Waje, posing with the cast on show day.

PHOTOS: Star Studded Launch Of The Juice Season 2

ToolzNigerian celebrities trooped out in their numbers for the launch of a popular TV show, “The Juice” hosted by Nigerian On Air Personality, Tolu ‘Toolz’ Oniru.

Guests included Osas Ighodaro, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, Gbemi Olateru-Olagbegi, Tomi Odunsi, Toke Makinwa, Adebola Williams, Noble Igwe, Sasha P, Kemi ‘Lala’ Akindoju, Yemi Black, Vector, Tunde Demuren, Niyola, and others.

Performers included hit artistes Kcee, Seyi Shay and Yemi Alade. It was a fun-filled evening of surprise guests interviewed live and a dance competition anchored by Kcee with 1000dollars for the best dancer.

Celeb contestants were Noble Igwe, Toke Makinwa and Ebuka Obi-Uchendu.

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