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Friday, January 18, 2019

Nigerian History....

Nollywood actress, Genevieve Nnaji reportedly sold her movie, Lionheart to Netflix for $3.8 million (₦1,388,216,000).






From Nigerian facts twitter.

53 comments:

  1. Wow,congratulations Genevieve. Money fall on me, client fall on me today Amin

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    1. And she isn't brandishing billionaire like some people or getting her siblings to blow her trumpet...pedigree above all. Well done Genny.

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    2. U don't throw shades, u wear em

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    3. Don’t mind those low life hoes

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    4. The same netflix that gave monique 500k dollars for netflix special isn't giving genny up to a million. Monique is better known than her

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    5. Congrats gurllllll! No hating! Unlike some stupid movie scenes showing old woman doing doggie and faking moans! Good job Gennie!!!!!

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  2. What?
    Ideas rule the world.
    If you are single and sulking, calculating your age, learn from this.
    Rome sure was not built in a day, but the first block was placed in a day.
    This year I will make more meaning out of my life.
    God lead me. Amen.

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    1. This year Ian our money making year mehn

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    2. I go make am this year na grammar o.

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    3. I always say this to women,whether married or single. Never let marriage or singledom dictate your life. Go out there and achieve something for yourself. Even if it's snacks and soft-drinks you are selling from your home. Start from somewhere.
      The world we live in today,you can't depend on no one 100%.

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    4. At Castle Windsor, everything starts with a dream, a vision and a confession.

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  3. This one done enter history? I thought history is want hapenned in the past.@Blessed Princess

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    1. Me too oh..
      And wheres the facts? Its most likely a lie sef

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    2. Romans 12:15-16.
      It's a new year. Pray for understanding.

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    3. It is already past dearie... She is aiming for something higher already! Way to go girl, I'm super proud of you...

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    4. @12:30, it's anything but a lie. Netflix buys movies on a range of $3- $100 million dollars. There is no show/movie on Netflix that cost them less than a million. (I'm talking about Netflix originals, not just putting your movie on Netflix). Netflix, Amazon, Facebook, Google are billion $ companies. I know it sounds alarming cos Nig is messed up but some economies are that progressive. Gene was probably paid that much, I mean it's Hollywood naa, where some actors earn $20million not to talk of an entire movie. Infact she got a bad deal. I schooled in the abroad, and watched my classmates pitch their start ups with millions of $$. Forget oh, world poverty affected only black pipu.

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    5. I hate it when people say because they schooled abroad everyone else is stupid. I live in the States and I am in the industry. They couldn’t have paid her that much. This is not Genny’s first Netflix movie. They don’t just dash out money like that. There are well over 10 nollywood movies on Netflix- at least for the past 5 years we have been watching them on Netflix, some way better produced with fantastic dialogue on Netflix and they didn’t pay that much. So don’t let this girl mumu you. Even the wedding party 1 which has been on Netflix for he past 3 years couldn’t have gotten that much. Then whatever amount is then shared between agents, lawyers both here and the usa and other people involved that help negotiate the terms. It is not as simple as they make it. Genny is rich no doubt-she is well funded and backed by a wealthy man, we’ve all known this and we know who he is...so don’t make it seem that it is something mysterious. Btw, the movie was glorified nollywood. Not all that glitters is gold.

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    6. jealousy is your problem. (madam i live in the states)

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    7. @anon6:52, so you are in the industry and still don't know that there is a difference between a Netflix original and having your movie up on Netflix. I even took the pain to clarify in my comment that I was referring to Netflix Originals cos I know how Nigerians argue without facts and without research. Lionheart is Nigeria's first Netflix Original. Genevieve Nnaji produced Nollywood's first and only Netflix Original. Read that again. Let it sink in.

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  4. This one done enter history? I thought history is what happened in the past. @Blessed Princess

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    1. If she has sold(past tense) , is that not already in the past?. Olodo

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    2. Lol. So this one is still present.

      I understood what you meant though.

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  5. I would only believe if Netflix announce it, so far they havent, all na hype

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    1. The least netflix buys a movie is 3.5m, google is your friend.
      Genevieve is not one giving to hyping like your role models.
      A movie that got world attention us worth much more that 3.8m
      Drink Otapiapia and die, jealousy.

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    2. Omotola why!!! Believe and congratulate her. Then move on

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    3. Not hype, it's very very true. When I heard Netflix bought her movie, I was expecting 5million $ sef. Oh God bless me so much people will be doubting and calculating. Trust Gene to not even say a word. Bosses move in silence.

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  6. To say that I thought about this woman this morning, my muse, Stella u and Genny inspire me a lot.... I want to be like u people when I grow up... Much love genny

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  7. That's what I'm talking about πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
    Get up, strategize and do something

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  8. Congratulations Genny. Scale new heights.

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  9. My Genny baby. My love for you is second to none.

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  10. Your gift will make a way for you! Bible, the word of God it's real!!!

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  11. Early morning Inspiration. I am so happy for her. She deserves some accolades

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  12. Way to go Genny baby...Ada nganga!

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  13. Genny, the numero unofficial! Hate her or love her, one thing is certain, she has paid her dues... More grace Queen Genevieve..

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  14. That's my mama😍 silent mover and shaker, less noise more money.

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  15. Proud of you Genny! More blessings are coming your way.

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  16. Congratulations to the blessed and favoured Genevieve Nnaji. More wins, more Grace and Greater Success. Shine on G.O.A.T πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘πŸŽŠπŸŽŠπŸŽŠπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘πŸ‘‘

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  17. Congrats genny...there's nonstopping me!!!

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  18. Moving from grace to grace, congrats to her.

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  19. Waoo that is huge. I'm so happy for her great achievement in d industry

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  20. Her close friend is the head of international content acquisitions at Netflix. Google Funa Maduka. If you know, you know. All na wash/connections.

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    1. what about your friend? please pray to have friends like that not friends that you gossip about others progress

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