Daniel Radcliffe is due to head to South Africa next year to take on his latest film role. The Harry Potter star will play former political prisoner Tim Jenkin, in a movie based on Jenkin's autobiography Inside Out: Escape from Pretoria Prison. By Nadia Neophytou
Boondogle Films is very pleased to announce that it has acquired the film rights to acclaimed writer Michela Wrong’s first novel, Borderlines, a legal thriller revolving around a border dispute between two fictional countries in the Horn of Africa.
Indian heist thriller Aankhen was the second-highest earning Bollywood film of 2002, grossing US$7.5-million, and the producers of the long-awaited sequel are taking no chances when it comes to meeting fans' expectations for Aankhen 2.
While the plot for the upcoming live-action "Tomb Raider" movie is kept under wraps, another star that has been cast in the film was recently announced. Daniel Wu, a famous Hong Kong-American actor, will now be joining actress Alicia Vikander in the reboot. By S Turla
Historical romance Outlander is set to film scenes for its third season in South Africa next year, doubling the country for the Caribbean and using Cape Town as a base. by Nick Goundry
Outlander is the latest series to head on over to our shores to film. The Starz hit show in which a nurse time travels between 1945 and 1743 is the second production from the studio to pitch its tent here.
SA's own team of wonder women, the Black Mambas are known in SA for their committed efforts to protect our wildlife, and now the world will see their story as they inspire a new anti-poaching Hollywood drama.
The story of Miriam Makeba, one of the most important voices in South Africa’s transformation from apartheid to the presidency of Nelson Mandela, is being turned into a feature film by Suzanne de Passe (Lady Sings The Blues) and Madison Jones of de Passe Jones Entertainment. by Patrick Hipes
It's not his usual type of film but that is exactly why director Jahmil Qubeka is taking on supernatural thriller The White Devil. The Of Good Report director says he wanted to tackle something that he had no cultural affiliation to, leading him to adapt the novel by Justin Evans over three years.
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