Actress and producer, Yvonne Nelson will on Val’s Day February 14 outdoor a new movie titled, Sin City with a grand premiere at the Silverbird Cinemas in Accra.
Movie fans will be taken through yet another exciting cinema experience while they also learn from the movie.
Sin City tackles some of the difficulties in marriage and relationships, covering the mysteries of love, mortality, loyalty, and human vows.
Directed by Pascal Amanfo, it stars the 2018 Ghana Movie Awards Beast Actress In Lead Role award winner; Yvonne Nelson, Adjetey Anang, Kweku Elliot, Kunle Remi, Regina Van Helvert, Gabriel Narh Addo, Rosaline Meurer, Michelle McKinney Hammond and Oscar Provencal among others.
Coming from the stables of YN Productions, movie enthusiasts are assured of nothing but an awesome experience on Val’s Day.
Sin City tells the story of Philip (Kunle Remi ) and Julia (Yvonne Nelson), a couple high up on the ladder of success and living their dream. Their marriage seems perfect except they can’t seem to get to spend time with each other owing to Philips’ frequent trips.
Finally when they decide to spend time together and go away for a few days, then comes the twists and turns that movie enthusiasts will see for themselves on Val’s Day.
The premiere is expected to attracted all who matter in the movie industry and beyond.
On Friday Yvonne announced the movie with the release of its trailer on her Instagram.
“I wanna see you all on Val’s day .. its gonna be a party SINCITY Premieres on the 14th of February at the Silverbird cinemas Accra mall at 7pm sharp,” she said when she shared the trailer.
Leaving Neverland Director Hoping To Release Michael Jackson Abuse Trial Movie.
Director Dan Reed is looking to release a follow-up to his shocking Leaving Neverland documentary, which will focus on 2005 Michael Jackson abuse trial.
His film, which details the sexual abuse James Safechuck and Wade Robson allegedly suffered at the hands of Jackson as children, debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah back in January (19) and it has since aired in the U.S. and U.K. to criticism from members of the Jackson family and legal threats from the King of Pop's estate officials.
But, undeterred, the filmmaker now wants to pick up the story where he left off and make a movie about the trial surrounding accusations the pop superstar molested 13-year-old Gavin Arvizo.
"The film I would really like to make following this one is the trial of Michael Jackson," Reed tells Film School Rejects. "I could only do that if the victim and his family participate.
"If Gavin Arvizo and his family would agree to participate, I would very much like to tell the story of that trial. I think it's fascinating and astonishing that Michael was acquitted. The way that happened is an amazing story and one that should be told."
Arvizo has largely avoided the spotlight since the trial, with a family friend, Louise Palanker, telling The Wrap a year ago (Mar18) he has no wish to revisit his relationship with Jackson publicly.
“He doesn’t really want to talk about it right now,” Palanker said. “He just wants to become a man and have a family and a career and not have this be the standout portion of who he is.”
Meanwhile, the Jackson family and the late singer's estate officials are still trying to discredit Reed, calling his film a "lurid production".
"This so-called 'documentary' is just another rehash of dated and discredited allegations," a statement to Entertainment Tonight reads. "It’s baffling why any credible filmmaker would involve himself with this project."
The estate officials have also filed a $100 million (£75.7 million) lawsuit against HBO, the network behind the project.
”Ghanaian Celebrities Are Not Prostitutes” – Actor Ekow Smith Asante.
Famous Ghanaian actor and Television personality, Ekow Smith Asante has stated that, contrary to reports being disseminated by a cross section of the web portals, Ghanaian female celebrities are not prostitute.
According to the Producer, Director and Production assistant, Ghanaian female well known and esteemed theatrical performers derive or receive pleasure from; get enjoyment from the Ghanaian film industry.
According to reports, the Ghanaian famous actor stated that, Ghanaian female celebrities are Cyprian; they engage in sexual intercourse for money as they are being sponsored by some topnotch men to go on tours out of this jurisdiction.
Meanwhile, speaking in an interview on an Accra-based Asempa 94.7 FM's ''Tête-à-Tête'' entertainment show to elucidate this development, the Consultant, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist, Mr. Ekow Smith Asante most female celebrities explore the globe without encountering any difficulty.
According to the Ghanaian actor, not contradicting the positive reception and hospitality treat he receives during his tours, the actor stated that, female Ghanaian celebrities gain such reception in double folds.
“I can go to the parliament house and it will shock the number of judges, politicians and big men that will shake hands with me and I am there thinking that these big men do not watch movies. It’s amazing how they will mention a movie they’ve watched of me, so if I get this kind of reception how much more our women?” he quizzed.
Ghanaian actor, Mr. Ekow Smith Asante also revealed that, some notable and well endowed men follow him stealthily or recur constantly and spontaneously in the quest of obtaining contact details of some Ghanaian female celebrities.
“I have been stalked on several occasions for numbers of actresses, and when you don’t give it out, people feel you are too hard on them. What they don’t know is, the people they see on screens are not the same people in real life,” he explained.
”NPP Has Derailed The Creative Arts Sector” – Actress Ellen White
Awards winning Ghanaian Actor, Ellen Kyei White, has revealed that, hardly a privately owned flicks situated in the Ashanti Regional capital, Kumasi currently are destroying a vitally essential quality of movie producers the Ghanaian entertainment climate.
According to the awards winning actor, due to the inadequate movie cinemas and theatres owned by the government in the country, movie producers are compelled to pay huge amount of monies to the management of the privately owned facility in quest of premiering their movies.
This comes at the back after the actor expressed displeasure in the governing New Patriotic Party government led by, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo for practically given wilful less care and attention to the Ghana's entertainment industry, precisely the movie industry.
According to the celebrated Ghanaian Actor, President Nana Akufo-Addo's New Patriotic Party government, have not attain any breath taking height in the entertainment sector(Movie and Arts), adding that, the ruling government can not boast of elevating the state of the Ghanaian movie industry.
Speaking in an interview with Zion Felix, the award-winning actor noted that, the movie industry has been infecund for some period of lifespan, making it difficult to attract investors. She added that, she can’t highlight any single project which can be touted as an achievement of the government in power for the movie industry.
The Ghanaian actor, bemoaned the seeming neglect of the NPP government for the movie industry after they took power in 2017 despite the many promises they made in their manifesto prior to the 2016 general election and some subsequent address even though the New Patriotic Party might have some series of budget allocated to the movie sector.
Actor Hellen Kyei White disclosed that, the building of cinema halls for the movie industry, especially in Kumasi, will yield positive fruits for the movie producers, actors and indigenes of the region, as it will attract moderate cost in promoting the Ghanaian, Culture, Arts and Tourism sectors as well.
Watch Will Smith’s Genie Belt ‘Friend Like Me’ in New ‘Aladdin’ Trailer
Disney unveiled an extended look at their new live-action remake of Aladdin, which is set to hit theaters May 24th. The new clip teases director Guy Ritchie’s take on several classic scenes and songs from the original animated film, starting with the palace guards chasing Aladdin through the streets of Agrabah. Later, Will Smith’s Genie belts a bit of his version of “Friend Like Me,” while the trailer closes with Aladdin and Jasmine singing “A Whole New World” as they fly over the city.
The new version of Aladdin will star Mena Massoud in the title role, while Naomi Scott will play Jasmine. Marwan Kenzari will play Jafar, Billy Magnussen will play Prince Anders and Nasim Pedrad will play Dalia.
Aladdin is one of several planned live-action adaptations of classic Disney films set to be released in the coming years. Already the studio has released remakes of The Jungle Book and The Beauty And the Beast, while Tim Burton’s take on Dumbo arrives March 28th and a live-action Lion King – starring Donald Glover and Beyoncé as Simba and Nala – will hit theaters July 19th.
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