10 Days in Sun City has remained No 1 in the Box office by knocking off global hits ‘Wonder Woman’ and ‘Transformers 5’, and also beating the critically acclaimed Isoken and a host of other titles since it entered the cinemas on June 23.
The film which made N70million in its opening week, is now the biggest Nollywood opening in history. Till date, the film has earned over N100 million, and is tracking to beat AY’s last offering “A Trip to Jamaica”, currently the second highest-earning film in Nollywood history.
Amidst the surrounding buzz and chatter, Moses Babatope, COO, FilmOne Distribution, the distributors of the hit film, made this contribution:
“AY continues to dominate in the Nollywood space because he understands and delivers exactly what the Nigerian audience wants. And guess what, he’s gone international. I’m proud to announce that FilmOne is taking 10 Days in Sun City to Ghana, France, a host of Afrofrancophone countries, and South Africa later this year. We’ll be sure to keep you updated on all the details”