Thursday, December 30, 2010

"Niger Delta - The Black Gold Film" - Behind the scenes

















 Vivica Fox, Billy Zane, Tom Sizemore, Eric Roberts, Michael Madsen, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Sarah Wayne Callies, Larry Minetti & Mbong Amata in Nigeria's most anticipated movie yet. The chronicles of the Niger Delta crisis is brought to the big screen. Filmed on location in Nigeria and Hollywood, CA, Niger Delta features an array of stars from both Hollywood and Nollywood in the first of its kind for a Nigerian movie directed by acclaimed Nigerian director Jeta Amata.

The suspense drama will be released in 2011 and it's produced by Jeta Amata Concepts, Rock City Entertainment, Wheels Entertainment, Starkid Inc & Suzanne DeLaurentiis Productions

More pics when you continue...











6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Alica says...

I'm not too excited about this...I have a BAD feeling about this.
why does Hollyood always try to cash in on everything?
i bet you the Nigerians will be playing the role of the thugs or the small characters.
and you know how Hollywood/Americans have to try to over stereotype or exaggerate.
not looking forward to it at all, im ready for the baloney that will be in stores for ALL to see.

Anonymous said...

Pls where are the Niger Delta pics?
where are the scenes from Nigeria?
Can we see a clear pic of Vivica or is that too much to ask?
Thank you very much.

Zanaya said...

I dont know..My question is how big a role are Nigerians playing in this?
I hope they dont let the Hollywood industry take over the production though..And since we're at it, maybe some other good aspects of Nigeria should be shown...Not only the Niger/Delta ish because that's what the foreigners and people on the other side will see...Well I guess that's the point of the movie so whatves..We're getting there anyways.Its ok.

NINA said...

call me crazy..but i still prefer the movies with our local heroes, and village scenes...i didnt like bursting out..it was way too contrived for me...i understand the producers are trying to improve their production and filming, but i still like the locally made movies...to me they are truly original..i have had enough of hollywood cookie cutter movies...i am totally over them...pls give us home grown movies..and dont let hollywood usurp our culture...i have been in America long enough....to understand that our culture is richer..we need to appreciate it.

Anonymous said...

http://www.celebregion.com/2011/01/new-movie-alertniger-delta-black-gold.html. There are a few Niger-Delta pics and Vivica Fox also. Let's hope they have a positive story to tell.

Anonymous said...

I do think that making international movies and telling stories about the 3rd world is good. The world is diversifying and we should grow with the world. Its a good opportunity for Nigerians to have their stroy told to the entire world; however, I do agree that some Nigerian stars should mix with the Hollywood stars. Enough of that home video gibberish. Its a complete joke. We should move on and maybe this will help corruption if the story is heard by people. Eg: Hotel Rwanda.