So many fan reviews cannot be wrong.
Kemi Adetiba‘s film King of Boys took the movie industry by a storm. With long queues of people seeking to buy tickets at the cinemas, safe to say King Of Boys is one of the most successful Nollywood films of 2018.
A break away from the usual repetitive storylines of romcoms and warmongering housewives, the political thriller is definitely a breath of fresh air.
The filmmaker enlisted the help of her brother, Remi Adetiba on KOB. They’re both the glossy cover on Guardian’s Life latest issue.
On the inside, the power siblings take us on a journey through the birthing and making of the movie King Of Boys.
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Not resting on the success of The Wedding Party, @kemiadetiba proved she still has more to offer from her bag of talents with the release of King of Boys (KOB). Few Nollywood films have elicited the positive response at the same level of enthusiasm as KOB has done and the reason is not farfetched, the film is characterised by compelling scenes and imagery and is akin to the political drama witnessed in Nigeria. In this exclusive chat with Guardian Life Magazine, @kemiadetiba and @remiadetiba, the brains behind the successful film take us on the journey of the birth of KOB. Pick up a copy of tomorrow’s Guardian Life Magazine, an insert of @guardiannigeria Newspaper to find out all the exciting details. Creative Team: Creative Direction: @themadamezeta Photography: @niyiokeowostudio Styling: @thenojcompany Makeup: Kanyinsola Tychus for @eyesome_beauty Hair Styling: @tonysbeautyace #KingOfBoys #KingOfBoysTheMovie #KOB #TheKingIsComing #nollywood #cover #guardianlife #guardianlifeng #kemiadetiba #kemiadetiba #film
By Sarah Oyedo
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