Just when you thought you’d seen all that there is to see from The Wedding Party movie, we bring you some exclusive photos. Earlier this week, EbonyLife TV hosted Professor Wole Soyinka and former First Lady of Lagos State, her excellency, Mrs Abimbola Fashola at the exclusive private screening of The Wedding Party at the IMAX cinema, Lekki, Lagos and we were in on all the fun!  Some members of The Wedding Party cast and crew, other special guests such as star actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, Ifeoma Williams and more, were also at the event.

Prof. Wole Soyinka with Lanre Olusola
L-R: Mrs Abimbola Fashola, Ifeoma Williams, Mo Abudu, Lanre Olusola and Prof. Wole Soyinka
Representatives of the ELFIKE Film Collective with Lanre Olusola, Mo Abudu and Omotola Jalade
Mrs Abimbola Fashola with Lanre Olusola
Mrs Abimbola Fashola with Nobel Laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka (both looked like they were enjoying the movie)

According to reports, The Wedding Party raked in N305million in 3 weeks at the cinemas, shattering entertainer, Ayo Makun’s 30 days in Atlanta record of N70m after 7 weeks and a Total is N137m many weeks after. With this, The Wedding Party now holds the record for the highest grossing Nollywood film ever! With the sucess of The Wedding Party, it is safe to say that EbonyLife TV’s foray into film making has been a good move, considering the big numbers it’s 2015 release, Fifty delivered.
Lanre Olusola, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, Ifeoma Williams and Funmi-Victor Okigbo
Funmi Victor-Okigbo, Mo Abudu and Wedding Party lead actor, Banky Wellington
Like CEO of EbonyLife TV, Mo Abudu would say, if you can think it, you can be it. Excited for the Nigerian Film industry and all the great possibilities to come. Congratulations to director, Kemi Adetiba and the entire ELFIKE Film Collective (EbonyLife Films, FilmOne Distribution, Inkblot Productions and Koga Studios).
Cast and Crew Members of The Wedding Party with special guests
Seen the movie yet? What was your favorite moment?
Photo Credits: GLAZIA and KOOL
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