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The 20 most anticipated films coming to cinemas this year

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There are plenty of not-to-miss films hitting cinema over the coming months. Here’s your essential guide on release dates and more.


If you love film then 2020 is going to be a very very good year. Why? There’s a stream of unforgettable big-screen stories about to hit cinemas, from new Marvel titles to everything in between.

The movies 2020 is offering have us almost hyperventilating – mostly because it feels like we’ve been waiting forever for many of them to land in theaters.

We’re finally getting the next James Bond film, No Time to Die, with director Cary Fukunaga taking over for once-attached Danny Boyle, and Daniel Craig returning (for one last time?). Then there are long-awaited follow-ups to Bad Boys and Coming to America, and Tom Cruise is back to race across the sky in Top Gun: Maverick. Plus, Wonder Woman returns in Wonder Woman 1984, and Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow will kick off Marvel’s Phase Four.

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It’s not all sequels and reboots though, and if you’re a musical fan, you’re in for a treat, with Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In the Heights coming to the big screen, courtesy of Crazy Rich Asians director Jon M. Chu.

Plus, we’re also getting a slew of new thrillers, horror films, animated treats, action-adventures, and more.

It’s never too early to get excited about movies, so start marking these titles in your calendar.

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Oscars change rules due to coronavirus

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The Coronavirus pandemic has caused the closure of traditional movie theatres and delayed releases of new movies and shut down Hollywood Productions. (more…)

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Movie Review: Nollywood movie, THE SET UP

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I’m Elliot Carl Nii Reindorf a film critic, over the weekend I joined a friend at the cinemas to watch a Nigerian film by Niyi Akinmolayan called THE SET UP. (more…)

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#GhanaToTheWorld: Wiyaala interviewed on UK's Sky News Live

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#GhanaToTheWorld: Wiyaala interviewed on UK's Sky News Live #GhanaToTheWorld: Wiyaala interviewed on UK’s Sky News Live[/caption] Ghanaian songstress and self-acclaimed ‘Lioness Of Africa”, Wiyaala just featured on British news network Sky News.  (more…)

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#GhanaToTheWorld: Wiyaala interviewed on UK’s Sky News Live

Ghanaian songstress and self-acclaimed ‘Lioness Of Africa”, Wiyaala just featured on British news network Sky News. 

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Ghanaian songstress and self-acclaimed ‘Lioness Of Africa”, Wiyaala just featured on British news network Sky News.  (more…)

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Photos from the premiere of ‘Devil In the Detail’, plus my quick take on the movie

  Check out these photos from the premiere of Shirley Frimpong Manso’s latest movie, ‘Devil In The Details’.  The cast present at the screening included Adjetey Anang, Ama Ampofo and Mawuli Gavor. I would describe the movie as a confusing romantic comedy mainly because of how the conflicts created in the plot were resolved. Shirley […]

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devil in the detail premiere (1)Check out these photos from the premiere of Shirley Frimpong Manso’s latest movie, ‘Devil In The Details’.  The cast present at the screening included Adjetey Anang, Ama Ampofo and Mawuli Gavor. I would describe the movie as a confusing romantic comedy mainly because of how the conflicts created in the plot were resolved. Shirley chose to leave ‘how the story ends’ open to the imagination of viewers, just as she did on her last movie, ‘Potomanto’. The story was quite engaging and I found certain flashbacks unnecessary. For me one of the biggest strengths of the movie was in the sterling performances by Nse Ikpe Etim and Adjetey Anang. Their control over the language made their acting very believable for me (not the false American accent that is often thrown in our faces by actors who can’t pull it off). The supporting cast which included newcomer Ama Ampofo and Mawuli Gavor also nailed it, and I say kudos to Shirley for risking it with them; it paid off. (more…)

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Young film maker, Evelyn Robinson to premiere her debut movie, ‘Announcement’ , January 31

It appears that Ghana will soon have an addition to its growing stock of female film makers, which already include the likes of Leila Djansi and Shirley Frimpong-Manso. Evelyn Robinson hails from Osu but spent most of her youthful years in the United Kingdom. She attended the University of Exeter, UK, where she graduated with […]

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NEW POSTER ANNOUCE 2It appears that Ghana will soon have an addition to its growing stock of female film makers, which already include the likes of Leila Djansi and Shirley Frimpong-Manso. Evelyn Robinson hails from Osu but spent most of her youthful years in the United Kingdom. She attended the University of Exeter, UK, where she graduated with distinction in MSc Financial Analysis and Fund Management. Her undergraduate degree was from the University of Buckingham, UK, where she read Business and Management. Discovering her talent in cinematic story writing, she enrolled for a Directing course at the Met Film School in London, UK.  Her love for writing has earned her an enviable skill in writing stories for film. (more…)

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