The movie industry is fast becoming the biggest one-stop destination for quality entertainment in Ghana and Africa due to the kind of stories and investment private production houses are bringing on board.
One of such houses paying much attention to good stories for public consumption is Kofas Media, the production company pride itself as the best in the country now and giving huge competition to many movie houses in Africa and even in the West world.
At the press conference at Holiday Inn Hotel, the brains behind the production company led by the CEO, Kofi Asamoah introduced the new casts and provided details on what its new movie entails.
‘We wanted to tell the media the title of the new movie but for reasons beyond our control, we have decided to hold it, but will let the media know once we feel the time is right to put it out’, said Kofi Asamoah.
It is going to be a 31-member casts with talents drawn from Ghana and Nigeria made up of a blend of veteran and the current reigning stars; Chief Pete Edochie, Kwaku Sintim Misa, Grace Omaboe, Grace Nortey, Joselyn Dumas, John Dumelo, Majid Michel, Selly Galley, Bishop Bernard Nyarko, Abeiku Santana, Funny Face, Priscilla Opoku Agyeman, Kalybos and more. Young and talented actors will also be giving the opportunity to express their inner gifts.
Total budget of $15000 has been secured with new partners, Miracle Wave and the CEO, Dr. Kojo was present and expressed his joy over coming on board, taking this bold decision to invest in movie production because he believes the industry can give more to society and the success of this project will encourage other companies to follow suit.
The new project will be a 90 minutes comedy with Kalybos and Lil Win playing the role of ‘two idiot gangsters’ sent by their mafia boss to deliver money to a business partner. Their car broke down in the middle of the journey, they found themselves in a hotel where the box containing the money opened spilling $1m in front of everyone. That led to many other event happening at the hotel.
The cast and crew will pay courtesy calls on ex-president, Flt. Lt. Jerry John Rawlings at his residence and the president of Ghana, H.E Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
Shoot commences on February 18 to March 5, 2017 with the movie expected to hit cinemas on April 5.
See photos from the press conference below:
Photo Credit: SwagofAfrica