Kugali media in Partnership with Disney Animation has confirmed February 28 2024 as the release date for the Science Fiction Film Series "Iwaju".
Disney Plus will debut the sci-fi series “Iwaju,” which is situated in Lagos, in February.
It took four years in total to develop and produce this project.
However the release date of Kugali Media’s sci-fi series Iwaju, in collaboration with Disney Animation, has been confirmed as February 28, 2024.
Furthermore the information was made public with the Monday, January 22, 2024, teaser trailer release, which confirmed the original 2023. African International Film Festival (AFRIFF) announcement that the series will premiere in 2024.
Iwaju is an animated series set in a futuristic Lagos, Nigeria, and created by Hamid Ibrahim, Toluwalakin Olowofoyeko, and Ziki. Nelson, who also serves as the director.
This story, written by Adeola and Halima Hudson, tells the story of Tola, a young girl from a wealthy island. And her best friend Kole, a self-taught IT expert. bode, an innovator in technology who maintains a tight grip. Over a criminal underworld, puts their friendship to the test.
However after the release date was announced, it was revealed that Dayo Okeniyi, Simisola Gbadamosi, Femi Branch, Siji Soetan, Weruche Opia, Kehinde Bankole, Obi Maduegbuna, Chioma Omeruah, Bisola Ayeiola, and Tosin Oshinaike, among other Nigerian-American actors, were among the voices behind the animated characters. Lala Akindoju, who also serves as the casting director, is also involved in the project.
In an article published by Shock Ng, it is stated that Gbadamosi plays Tola, a perceptive and assertive young woman who is ready to discover more about the world. Soetan provides the voice of Kole, Tola’s closest buddy. Opia, sometimes known as Otin, is a highly advanced robotic pet lizard with impressive powers.
A documentary named Iwájë: A Day Ahead, which tells the untold tales of the creators of Kugali Media’s Pan-African entertainment company, is also anticipated for publication. The film is directed by Megan Harding and executive produced by Amy Astley and Beth Hoppe. It was shot across three countries.