FilmHouse Cinemas sponsors West African Premiere of ‘Black Panther’ Sequel – Trust Africa News
Sprite is an entertainment company that celebrates African history through entertainment.
Filmhouse Cinemas was the partner for the premiere in West Africa, prior to the global premiere.
the ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Film.
It is the sequel to the Chadwick Boseman original, before its global debut at Film house IMAX, Lekki, Lagos.
The premiere will adopt an ‘afro-celebratory’ theme that promises to be a grandiose showcase
African culture through costumes, venue decor and food.
Yusuf MurtalaBunmi, Marketing Director, Coca-Cola NigeriaCompany, made the remark.
Adediba emphasized the importance of celebrating history with a style that inspires and fuels.
ambition. She explained that “Coca-Cola with alongside its other brands like Sprite
I would continue to support entertainment globally and locally, particularly those that resonate.
with youths and promote Africa’s rich culture and heritage”.
Sprite wants to connect with its users through music and films that speak to the heat in
It will provide content from producers/artists who are fearless and can take on the heat to create pieces that fans love.
You can create refreshing moments that bring you clarity.
Dr. Onamari Horsefall, Chief Cinema Operating Officer at Film house Cinemas, is his representative.
said, “Black Panther is a story carved out of African culture and history. It is a great example of the heights.
Africa can reach if its economic and technological strategies are sound”. He praised Sprite.
The brand has done a lot to promote fun times through its sponsorship.
Refreshments for its consumers
Film house Cinemas, West Africa’s sole distributor of the sequel, promises to continue
Horsefall provides facilitatory roles for delivering memorable premieres to the Nigerian public.
stating that “‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ will not be an exception.”.
‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ will be the final film in phase four of the Marvel Cinematic