Jim Iyke and Nollywood’s damsel, Stella Damasus showed how passionate an actor should be was screen today at the FilmHouse cinema, Shoprite, Surulere, Lagos.
The movie which was shot with just six characters and one voice over, is bringing to the fore again the original all time Nollywood’s bad boy, Jim Iyke and unraveling delectable actress Stella Damasus again after a long break so also handsome Joseph Benjamin in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
It is also introducing two highly rated new acts; Felix Omozusi and SaRaii Captca in a high tension suspense filled dramatic twist in an unbelievable and unbeatable piece.
Stella had wished that Jim should marry her daughter despite the fact that both of them lives in the United States of America and were living well. Jim was from a very rich family and has equally acquired enough wealth over the time; aside the fact that he has a direct access to his father’s assets after death, this had made Stella to vow that her daughter must marry him.
How all spanned out and in a comic way is still a marvel, as it is beyond imaginations how far these guys can go in expressing their love even while facing denials, against all odds, cultural norms, pettiness, envy and jealousy, even within their parents circle.
After preview, Moses Babatope, CEO of FilmOne, said; “Lancelot has created a template for how dramatic cinematic stories should be told”.
After its Lagos successful screening, Kada cinema in Benin city will be the next stop on April 6, before the FilmHouse cinema in Owerri on the 7th of April.
An online campaign for viewers between the ages of 18-30 years will be launched for ‘Lovebird’ All you have to do is, do a short instagram video with hashtag #Lovebirdthemovie and narrated (to what extent have you gone for love). The winner is going to win a cash prize, free ticket to exclusive Abuja release party in company of Jim Iyke himself on April 13th 2018.