Ghanaian Actresses Are Hotter Than Nigerian Actresses

Yvonne Nelson

Ghanaian Actresses Are Hotter Than Nigerian Actresses

Nadia Buari

Jackie Appiah
Jackie Appiah

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Jocelyn Dumas

When you compare Nigerian actresses with Ghanaian actresses, you will see that the Ghanaian Actresses Yvonne Nelson, Yvonne Okoro, Juliet Ibrahim, Nana Ama McBrown and Jocelyn Dumas are hotter than Nigeria’s Genevieve Nnaji, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, Rita Dominic, Mercy Johnson, Ini Edo and Tonto Dike on and off screen. They have more swagger and style, like Yvonne Nelson and Jocelyn Dumas who are already fast becoming style icons in Ghana and beyond. Yvonne Nelson in particular is just too hot from her head to her toes.

Genevieve Nnaji

Omotola Jalade Ekeinde

Ini Edo
Ini Edo

What makes the Ghollywood actresses hotter than Nollywood actresses? Their thrilling sex appeal and trendy style! Except for Mercy Johnson and the audacious Tonto Dike, the other Nollywood divas cannot compete with Yvonne Nelson, Yvonne Okoro, Juliet Ibrahim, Ashanti sex symbol Nana-Ama-Mcbrown and Joselyn-Dumas.

Juliet Ibahim first

Juliet Ibrahim 3

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Juliet Ibrahim

It takes more than a pretty face to be hot! When you are hot, you are sexy and so the Ghanaian actresses are definitely sexier than Nigerian actresses, because they are more daring to go the extra mile in playing their roles in romantic and erotic scenes of movies. The Nigerian actresses seem to be inhibited by certain reasons restraining them from emphasizing their sexuality in movies. They are coy when it comes to romantic and erotic roles and you can see that they are slyly hesitant; but coquettish.

Yvonne Okoro
Yvonne Okoro

Mercy Johnson
Mercy Johnson

Nana Ama Mc Brown

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Nana Ama McBrown

Ghanaian actress Amake Abebrese (Sinking Sands) beat Nigeria’s Queen of Nollywood Genevieve Nnaji (Tango With Me) and Omoni Oboli (Anchor Baby) in the 2011 African Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) to win the Best Actress Award. So, Ghollywood has actresses who can stand and walk tall in competition with the best Nollywood divas.


Tonto Dike

The African woman is naturally sexy and as they say hips don’t lie, African women from their lips to their hips are sex symbols from coast to coast. And they don’t need Victoria’s Secret brassieres or thongs to prove their sexuality. That is why African maidens from Ghana to Nigeria and down to Swaziland and South Africa were bold to walk and dance topless in traditional festivals before the hypocritical Western puritans and prudes introduced their moral and religious code of conduct to restrict the public display of the sexuality of African beauty. We can still see more of the sexuality of the African beauty in Ghanaian actresses and that has made them hotter than the majority of Nigerian actresses.

~ By Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima

Spielberg’s War Horse Comes to Theatres on Christmas Day

The most awaited movie premiere of the year is Steven Spielberg’s War Horse opening on Christmas Day December 25 in the US and on January 13, 2012 in the UK.

War Horse is an adaptation of British author Michael Morpurgo’s children’s novel set during World War I. The novel was first published in 1982 and had a successful stage adaptation in 2007.


The First World War is experienced through the journey of this horse—an odyssey of joy and sorrow, passionate friendship and high adventure. “War Horse” is one of the great stories of friendship and war— a successful book, it was turned into a hugely successful international theatrical hit that is arriving on Broadway next year. It now comes to screen in an epic adaptation by one of the great directors in film history.

Jeremy Irvine and Steven Spielberg on the set of the dramatic movie

Spielberg said he had challenges in reworking “a beloved Broadway play into a big screen moment to remember”.
War Horse is the second Steven Spielberg film opening this December in the US. The first The Adventures of Tintin was released yesterday Wednesday December 21, 2011 in Digital 3D and IMAX.

The Adventures of Tintin is Spielberg’s first foray into motion-capture filmmaking as well as 3-D.
“Tintin,” is the famous comic hero created by the Belgian artist named Hergé in the late 1920s. Tintin is a young daring investigative reporter whose travels around the world exposes him to fantastic adventures as he covers big stories and uncovers even larger mysteries accompanied by his dog, Snowy.

I am really excited to see how War Horse will fare at the box office. Will it set a new box office record?

Directed by Steven Spielberg
Produced by Steven Spielberg
Kathleen Kennedy
Screenplay by Richard Curtis
Lee Hall
Based on War Horse by
Michael Morpurgo
Starring Jeremy Irvine
Emily Watson
Peter Mullan
David Thewlis
Benedict Cumberbatch
Tom Hiddleston
Music by John Williams
Cinematography Janusz Kamiński
Editing by Michael Kahn
Studio DreamWorks Pictures
Reliance Entertainment
Amblin Entertainment
The Kennedy/Marshall Company
Distributed by Touchstone Pictures
Release date(s) 25 December 2011 (2011-12-25)
Running time 146 minutes

~ By Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima

Bruno Chatelin Elected Board Member of European Film Academy

Bruno Chatelin of EFA
Bruno Chatelin

Bruno Chatelin co-founder of and the European media partner of Eko International Film Festival has been elected a member of the prestigious board of the European Film Academy (EFA). The announcement of the new board was made by the 2,500 members at the 24th European Film Awards in Berlin on December 3, 2011, where Yves Marmion was reelected as the Chairman of the board.

Bruno Chatelin recognized as a leading authority in the motion pictures industry is the former Managing Director of UGC Twentieth Century Fox France, previously with Columbia TriStar Films, France. In 1995, he initiated and managed the joint venture between French major UGC and FOX and led it to the leading position in the French market. Mr. Chatelin brings experience in promotional strategies for interactive media. He has created two commercial websites for small-business entrepreneurs (individuals working from home, or companies with fewer than 10 people). He holds an MBA from HEC (École des hautes études commerciales). He is a voting member for Cesar academy, European Film Academy and co chair of Hollywood European Awards. He has served in several film festival juries.

About the European Film Academy
The creation of the European Film Academy (EFA) was the initiative of a group of Europe’s finest filmmakers brought together on the occasion of the first European Film Awards Ceremony held in November 1988. EFA was finally founded in 1989 as the European Cinema Society by its first president Ingmar Bergman and 40 filmmakers to advance the interests of the European film industry. Wim Wenders was elected as first chairman of the association which two years later was renamed European Film Academy. In 1996, he followed Ingmar Bergman as president of the EFA while British producer Nik Powell was elected as chairman of the EFA Board. He was followed by French producer Humbert Balsan who was chairman from 2003 until his sudden death in 2005. Current EFA Chairman is French producer Yves Marmion.

The European Film Academy (EFA) now unites more than 2,500 European film professionals with the common aim of promoting European film culture. Throughout the year, the EFA initiates and participates in a series of activities dealing with film politics as well as economic, artistic, and training aspects. The programme includes conferences, seminars and workshops, and a common goal is to build a bridge between creativity and the industry. These activities culminate in the annual presentation of the European Film Awards.

~ By Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima

Genevieve Nnaji on the Red Carpet of 2011 AFRIFF International Film Festival

Genevieve Nnaji and Chioma Ude 2011

The Queen of Nollywood Genevieve Nnaji and Chioma Ude, Founder/Project Director of AFRIFF on the Red Carpet of 2011 AFRIFF International Film Festival at the Oriental Hotel on Victoria Island, Lagos, on Saturday night of December 3, 2011.

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