A new romantic comedy that will keep viewers glued to their seats from the beginning to the end is about to hit the Cinemas.
‘The Eve’ is a Cut24 Productions and chronicles the days leading up to a supposed happy couple’s wedding day and the suspense involved. The movie will also become the first Nollywood movie of the modern era to tackle homophobia as part of it’s subplot.
Directed by Tosin Igho, ‘The Eve’ has a stellar cast of actors like Beverly Maya, Meg Otanwa, Hauwa Allhabura, John Okafor popularly known as Kunle Remi, Adeolu Adefarasin and Ronke Oshodi and others is currently slated to hit cinemas nationwide on Thursday, March 29th, 2018.
According to the Executive Producer, Femi Odugbemi “Passion, longing, and heartbreak are familiar themes to viewers all around the world, but “The Eve” comes with with a fresh perspective. The movie is an engaging love story that explores the themes of weddings, marriage, sex, friendship, dating, cheating, celibacy, partying, and homosexuality in a refreshing, comical and thrilling manner. It’s definitely a must-see for everyone.”
The Eve follows a young couple, Funsho and Yewande who have shockingly varying personalities, and are set to get married in a few days. Just before the wedding, Funsho and his three childhood friends set out to treat the groom to one blissful getaway and a Bachelor’s eve. Things quickly go south and the events and revelations that unfold ultimately raise more questions than answers for the couple.
Beverly Naya Continues her streak of stellar performances, adding to her already impressive catalogue which includes playing the lead actress in Lancelot Imasuen’s “Living in Exile” which brought her to limelight and acted alongside star actor Desmond Elliot in the movie which her mother produced.
Ronke Oshodi, needs very little introduction, after forging an impressive track record with yoruba movies, she makes an effortless transition into this role playing the feisty aunt of Yewande.
Meg Otanwa, who plays the passive aggressive “Yewande” continues to prove her worth as a leading actress in Nollywood with a commanding performance. Hauwa Allahbura who also doubles as executive producer rounds off the cast of strong women that feature in “The Eve”.
Their Male Counterparts aren’t left behind, with the rapper/singer Efa making a return to acting alongside a very impressive Big screen performance from Adeolu Adefarasin who has already proven himself as a strong actor in the web series “skinny girl in transit”. He also happens to be the nephew of popular preacher, Paul Adefarasin. Kunle Remi and Ghanian Hunk Mawuli Peter Gavor round off a solid male cast, not forgetting the ever hilarious, John Okafor (Mr. Ibu).
“The Eve” comes hot on the heels of other successful productions from Cut24 including the critically acclaimed Gidi Blues & 4th Estate.
Meg Otanwa, who plays Yewande says “my character Yewande is depiction of thousands of Nigerian women and her struggles and motivations are so real and relatable, i think everyone knows a Yewande”.
‘The Eve’ premieres in cinemas nationwide on Easter Day March 29th, with a Lagos premiere scheduled for March 24th at the at the Day Dream Pool Club, Landmark Towers, Victoria Island.
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