Movie producer Charles Okpaleke is planning a sequel to the 1994 classic Nollywood movie Glamour Girls.
This comes on the heels of the monumental success of Living in Bondage: Breaking Free which followed up on the events of its predecessors made in the early 1990s.
Tapping into the same initiative, Okpaleke (who was the executive producer of Living in Bondage: Breaking Free) recently acquired the rights of Glamour Girls under the aegis of Play Network Africa, where he is a co-founder.
The producer confirmed the development and his commitment to the production with the words: “One down! On to the next! We can’t stop!”
Living in Bondage: Breaking Free made an impressive N140 million within a few days of its theatrical release and the filmmaker is looking to strike gold a second time with a follow-up to the original Glamour Girls movies.
Glamour Girls was made in two parts and the plot told the story of a girl who moves from the rural community to the fast-paced life of urban Lagos where she is drawn into the dark web of prostitution.
Produced by Kenneth Nnebue’s NEK Limited, it starred Liz Benson, Zack Orji, Eucharia Anunobi, Ngozi Ezeonu, Ernest Obi, Gloria Anozie Young, Pat Attah, Sandra Achums, Sola Fosudo, Barbara Odoh, and Raymond Johnson.
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