Moses Inwang teased showmax debut for the movie “Dead Serious” and not cinema release.

Moses Inwang teased showmax debut for the movie "Dead Serious" and not cinema release.

Moses Inwang hinted at a Showmax premiere for “Dead Serious” rather than a theatrical run.

The director has made references to the movie going to Showmax instead of its original February 9, 2024, release date in theaters across the country.

The anticipated rom-com film Dead Serious’s director, Moses Inwang, has alluded to a movie premiere alteration.

A Sunday, February 4, 2024, Instagram post by the filmmaker alludes to the movie’s potential move to Showmax from its original February 9, 2024 release date in theaters across the country.

“Out in the streets with my guy, the super-talented @mrfunny1_ as we make promotional videos for the release of. Our upcoming film Dead Serious! Get ready ooooo!!! We coming in hot!!! #onlyonshowmax” , his tweet stated.

Monday, January 22, 2024 saw the publication of the official trailer, which provided an insight into the hilarious journey of Sharon Ooja and Sabinus as they fell in love.

On the other hand, because of Sabinus’s financial situation, Ooja’s father, who is depicted in the movie by legendary actor Nkem Owoh, opposes him. However, there are more challenges ahead for Sabinus in his search for love. First, his father’s wealthy but inexperienced employer, played by Deyemi Okanlawon, begins showing interest in Ooja.

Additional cast members are Ryonne Razaq, Emem Inwang, Funky Mallam, Lillian Afegbai, Warri Girl, and David Rukeme, the producer.

An announcement regarding the Showmax debut’s release date is still pending, so more information is anticipated in the days ahead.

Source: africanworldentertainment.com

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