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Mo Abudu, CEO of EbonyLife TV earlier today shared an amazing news that got us pretty excited and anxious!
The media entrepreneur revealed on her Instagram that filming for part 2 of the record-breaking film The Wedding Party has begun!
Happy new month all! We started production on The Wedding Party 2, yesterday. Absolutely awesome day with our cast and crew. Our Director Niyi Akinmolayan and our DOP, Malcolm McLean did an awesome job! TWP 2, is going to keep you rolling with laughter. We will keep you posted. All glory to God ? #weddingpartymovie2
The Wedding Party is being directed by Niyi Akinmolayan and the DOP being Malcolm McLean will feature the original cast, such as Sola Sobowale, Adesua Etomi, Banky W, RMD, Ireti Doyle. The Wedding Party also has a new cast that includes Seyi Law, ChiGul, Dakore Egbuson Akande, Omoni Oboli, Lepacious Bose and many others.
In “The Wedding Party” sequel Nonso (Enyinna Nwigwe), has continued his romance with Deirdre ((Daniella Down), the bridesmaid from London. Somehow, Nonso manages to propose by accident, while on a dinner date, and sets off a chain of events too powerful to stop.
Deirdre’s upper-crust British family are against the match, as are some members of the Nigerian clan, but Deirdre’s determination can’t be contained.
After a near-disastrous introduction ceremony in Lagos and Nigerian opposition to a London wedding, both families reluctantly agree to a wedding in Dubai, setting us off on another colourful, chaotic and memorable journey to everlasting love.
The Wedding Party is a collaboration between EbonyLife Films, FilmOne Distribution, Koga Studios and Inkblot Productions, the first film grossed over 40 million naira at the box office.
We anticipate the Second Part!
Photo Credit: Instagram | @moabudu
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