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Saturday, 26 November 2011

Two Brides and a Baby finally hits the big screen

The wait is finally over as the most anticipated movie in recent times, Two Brides and a Baby gets to the cinemas.
After a very successful premiere at the Genesis de Luxe Cinema at the Palms, Lagos, the movie is now set to hit the screen in spectacular fashion in most of the cinemas nationwide. The movie which is presently getting ‘thumbs up’ from industry practitioners is now showing at cinemas on the Lagos and Abuja axis.
 
Two Brides and a Baby is presently showing at the Genesis cinemas in Lagos and at Silverbird cinema in the federal capital territory, Abuja. The movie which has already attracted the attention of movie lovers on the social networking platforms, twitter and facebook will enjoy three viewing slots daily at the cinemas listed above according to the producer’s twitter account. It promises to hold the audience spellbound as there are no dull moments.
The movie which was shot at exclusive locations in Lagos boasts of a modest but impressive cast  which parades the likes of the delectable screen goddess, Stella Damasus, the unassuming but firm, Kalu Ikeagwu, Blessing Egbe, Chelsea Eze, O.C. Ukeje, Okey Uzoeshi, Keira Hewatch and others.
The cinema schedule for this movie follows: Silverbird (lagos): 3:30pm and 5:50pm, Genesis cinemas(Lagos): 1:00pm, 3:00pm, 5:00pm and 7:00pm, Ozone cinemas(Lagos): 10:30am, 12:25pm and 6:40pm, Silverbird Ceddi plaza(Abuja) 12:00pm, 4:20pm and 8:40pm, Silverbird SEC(Abuja): 1:00pm, 3:00pm, 4:55pm, 7:00pm and 9:20pm, Silverbird (Port harcourt): 4:10pm and 8:50pm, genesis cinemas (port Harcourt): 10:15am, 4:25pm and 8:40pm, Silverbird (uyo): 3:10pm.
Two Brides and a Baby was produced by the model cum actress, Blessing Egbe, an actress who is fast carving a niche for herself in the industry.
 On the successful premiere of the movie, she said ‘’ I appreciate everyone that came for the premiere of this movie especially my colleagues who made sure I got the right support, the gentlemen of the press, fans and well wishers, I can’t thank you enough. Now that the movie is at the cinemas, I hope you like it because it is a good one and I salute the cast of the movie for really making everything count’’.
The movie centers on the story of Bankole (O.C Ukeje) and Keche (Chelsea Eze), a day to their wedding, Kole’s ex girlfriend (Stella Damasus) suddenly shows up during their wedding rehearsals. Many events unfolded going into the day of the wedding.

9 Comments:

  • At 26 November 2011 at 14:51 , Anonymous human machinery said...

    Production was an A. New faces of good actors with good training. With more funding the industry would change. There sure is good revenue in taking a good production to cinemas and later dvd or t.v

     
  • At 26 November 2011 at 15:44 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    the movie is already a hit......look at the number of cinema's that this movie would be showing....yet the movie would still premier in london and the united states.....

    the good thing is that the equipments that was used in this movie where including the crew where all nigerians and in nigeria....

    it is unfortunate that the nollywood movie makers in asaba and enugu do not want to learn

     
  • At 26 November 2011 at 17:00 , Anonymous Gabriel kolo said...

    Keira...tnk u. D sky is ur starting point. Pss minna is solidly behind u!

     
  • At 26 November 2011 at 17:03 , Anonymous Gabriel kolo said...

    Keira...tnk u. D sky is d starting point for u! Pss minna is solidly behind u!

     
  • At 26 November 2011 at 17:37 , Anonymous andee said...

    Finally, we look forward to when it will be available in d stores. Hope it will be worth d wait.

     
  • At 26 November 2011 at 21:52 , Blogger Jayjazzy said...

    well ! i watched it and the movie was just bland..... Not worth the hype honestly... production tho was tight but even my math genius younger bro can write that script.... in all kudos..

     
  • At 28 November 2011 at 08:02 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    After reading all the rpomos online, i rushed to Silverbird to see it on friday night.
    It was the worst Nollywood movie i had seen at the cinema in the last 18 months. It was horribly bland.I could barely wait for the movie to end and almost had my friday night ruined.
    I thought Mirror Boy was bad but this was way worse.From the Story line to the acting,very sub par.

     
  • At 28 November 2011 at 20:15 , Anonymous gigi said...

    meenh! I watch a short film called "Weakness" on www.yatotainment.com and I was like wow n how come nollywood can't learn from this..

     
  • At 15 December 2011 at 13:56 , Blogger dave said...

    I hope the movie does well. Belfast Cinema.

     

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