By Adeniyi Onaara
In the months of July and August, Netflix has announced the release of six new Nollywood films.
The films join nearly 100 Nollywood titles, including originals, that are presently available to stream on the platform.
Biodun Stephen’s ‘Breaded Life,’ Niyi Akinmolayan’s ‘My Village People,’ ‘Prophetess,’ and Michael ‘Amapsalmist’ Akinrogunde’s ‘The Ghost and the Tout Too,’ according to Filmone Entertainment, one of the streamer’s aggregators, have already confirmed release dates.
‘Breaded Life’ and the aforementioned were among the year’s top earning films. Last year, the Toyin Abraham-produced sequel to ‘The Ghost and the Tout’ claimed the top spot at the box office, grossing over N134 million.
‘Prophetess’ followed closely with N131 million, ‘My Village People’ with N100 million and ‘Breaded Life’ with N88 million.
Below are release dates:
Prophetess: July 8
Breaded Life: July 10
Ghost and the Tout Too: July 15
My Village People: July 22
The Razz Guy: August 12
Dwindle: August 19
In addition to the licensed titles, Play Network’s ‘Glamour Girls’ remake is also headed for the streamer. The film starring Nse Ikpe-Etim, Sharon Ooja, Joselyn Dumas and Toke Makinwa has been confirmed for a June 24 debut.
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