Vivica Fox & Doctor Bello
Vivica Anjanetta Fox (born July 30, 1964) is an American actress and television producer. Doctor Bello is a 2013 Nigerian-American Adventure drama film directed by Tony Abulu starring Isaiah Washington, Vivica A. /5
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Who has seen the Nollywood/Hollywood movie "Doctor Bello" by US based Nigerian producer Tony Abulu? Starring Genevieve, Vivica A. Fox etc?
up Nollywood. Just saw the preview of "Doctor Bello" .My wonderfull brother Tony Abulu and Vivica fox are among the cast. Awesome!
Tony Abulu is hoping for a hit with his movie “Doctor Bello,” which will be shown at 20 theaters around the country. “This is where I become either Tyler Perry or just fade out into oblivion,” he said.
Movie news: Seeking a Hollywood Audience for a Nollywood you ready for the Nigerian Market? filmmaker was on his cellphone, his voice hoarse, his enthusiasm abounding. “It’s a Cinderella story!” he exclaimed. “Here’s a little guy who’s struggling!” The little guy in question was himself, Tony Abulu. The story: the long, fraught arc of his latest project, “Doctor Bello,” a movie he wrote, directed and produced. Shot last year on a shoestring budget in New York City and Nigeria, Mr. Abulu’s project has had a lot riding on it. It was the recipient of an inaugural loan made by a government-backed fund in Nigeria created to improve the quality of the movies churned out by that country’s booming film industry, known as Nollywood. And now Mr. Abulu’s narrative was reaching its denouement. He recently finalized a deal with AMC Theaters to screen the movie at 20 theaters around the country, including the company’s multiplex on 42nd Street in Times Square. Mr. Abulu, who is from Nigeria an ...
With “Doctor Bello,” the Nigerian film industry is hoping for a global hit and mainstream legitimacy.
I have never given Nollywood a fighting chance but when Ije premiered two years back I was impressed and then I have seen Desmond Eliot's "I Will take my chances" and now a 150 million naira movie 'Doctor Bello.' Interestingly its a star-studded with the likes of Isaiah Washington, Vivica Fox and Genevieve Nnaji, Jean-Louis, Stephanie Okereke and more. Its the 1st Nollywood movie to show in US theaters! Am proud of the achievement, big ups Tony Abulu ( the director abi na producer). Special love to my home girl Genevieve, you are proof that the past has nothing on the future.
Doctor Bello Hits Nigerian Cinemas print Published on November 21, 2012 by pmnews · No Comments It has now been confirmed that the long awaited Tony Abulu’s Hollywood/Nollywood film, Doctor Bello, will premiere on Sunday, 25 November. L-R: MD, NEXIM Bank, Dr. Robert Orya, Vivica Fox and Tony Abulu at the Washington DC premiere of Doctor Bello. The premiere, already scheduled to hold at the Genesis Deluxe Cinema, The Palms Shopping Mall, Lekki, Lagos, will parade both Hollywood and Nollywood stars that featured in the flick. It will ope n with a special yellow carpet reception at 4pm with the strong backing of MTN Nigeria, and support from M-Net, AfricaMagic, StanbicIBTC Bank and Sovereign Trust Insurance. Aside top celebrities and stakeholders in the showbiz industry billed for the evening, delectable Nollywood queens, Genevieve Nnaji and Stephanie Okereke-Linus, who featured in the movie, are expected to grace the yellow carpet in style, alongside other cast. For now, it has not been confirmed if ...
iROKOtv: Doctor Bello starring Genevieve Nnaji, Isaiah Washington & Vivica Fox will premiere in Lagos on the 25th November at Eko Hotels and Suites, VI, Lagos.
Some heavyweight collaborations are coming out of Nollywood very soon and this is making me really excited. Here are some of them *"Turning Point" starring Ernie Hudson, Todd Bridges, Joe Estevez, Jackie Appiah, Patience Ozokwo, Oge Okoye, Igoni Archibong and Directed by Niyi Towolawi *"Black November" starring Mickey Rouke, Kim Basinger, Jeff Roberts, Vivica Fox, Mbong Amata, Fred Amata, Hakeem Kae-Kazim and Directed by Jetta Amata *"Doctor Bello" Starring Isaiah Washington, Vivica Fox, Bern Cohen, Genevieve Nnaji, Stephanie Linue (Nee Okereke), Femi Brainard, Desmond Elliot and Directed by Tony Abulu *"Half of a Yello Sun" Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Thandie Newton, Genevieve Nnaji, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, O.C Ukeje, Zack Orji, Onyeka Onwenu and Directed by Biyi Bandele (They may not agree to be be termed as Nollywood but tell me how to classifiy a film that 60-70% of it was shot in Nigeria, 65% of funding was from Nigeria, with a good number of Nigerian cast/crew or cast/crew with Nigerian heritage/backgroun ...
Yes. Some movie bi. It's called Doctor Bello. And Vivica A. Fox and Isaiah Washington are in it!!!
Top Nollywood actresses, Genevieve Nnaji and Stephanie Okereke will be appearing in an upcoming film, Doctor Bello, alongside Hollywood stars such as Isaiah Washington, Jimmy Jean-Louis, and Vivica Fox. The crew of the movie were recently in Nigeria, to shoot on location in Idanre.
Excited for this week's shoot -my supporting role of Doctor Braddock in feature film "Doctor Bello", starring Isaiah Washington & Vivica Fox
Hollywood/Nollywood collabo Doctor Bello to be released this summer: Isaiah Washington, Vivica Fox, Genevieve Nnaji & Stephanie Okereke.
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