It’s safe to say Genevieve Nnaji is definitely pushing the needle in Nollywood. Recent reports indicate that the actress may be on her way to becoming a millionaire.
The actress has become Nollywood’s first billionaire as Netflix buys Lion Heart for $3 million which is equivalent N1,095,000,000.
The movie (which now belongs to Netflix) has everyone buzzing, and so far it has brought the spotlight to Nigeria.
The deal is a significant milestone for Nollywood, which was
While Lionheart is not the only Nigerian movie listed on Netflix, it is the first original Nollywood film to be bought by the American movie streaming platform.
Some Nollywood films currently showing on Netflix include The Wedding Party, Fifty, The Visit, When Love Happens, Road to Yesterday and Dearest Mummy.
While the exact figures haven’t been made public, streamingmedia.com (a leading authority on online video for entertainment) stated that Netflix might pay $3 million to own exclusive rights
“Deals vary, but in general, Netflix pays two-thirds more than studios. One reason Netflix and Amazon are willing to pay more is that they
The Nigerian actress, film producer, and director took to Instagram to appreciate the support for Lion Heart.
Lion Heart movie is Genevieve Nnaji’s directorial debut. Stars like Phyno, Nkem Owoh, Peter Okoye(Psquare), Pete Edochie and Onyeka
Part of text from Browngh.com
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