Sky+ Orange, the production house owned by one of the biggest actors on the African continent-Van Vicker is ready to release its latest movie ‘The Hands Of Time’ unto the movie market.
Van Vicker who has featured in more Nollywood movies due to better remuneration there is gradually trying his hands on direction. According to signals picked up by GhanaCelebrities.Com¸ the celebrated actor is set to direct another movie titled ‘Lost’. He has previously directed four other movies.
In the coming weeks, GhanaCelebrities.Com will bring you details of the movie but this is what Van has to say on the ‘Lost’ movie, “It is my career and my passion; I am giving it my all to make it work. This piece is more or less an epic modern kind of movie and Ghanaians will experience a never seen before action. I want to explore areas that have not been explored in the industry. I thank God for my fantastic production team and I know without a doubt that we will deliver.”
Before the above movie hits the market, Van Vicker and his Sky + Orange Production in a couple of weeks will release ‘The Hands Of Time’, a movie that features actors like Kofi Adjorlolo, Nadia Buari and several talents.
Below is the trailer of the ‘The Hands Of Time’ which would be premiered on August 3, 2012 at the Silverbird Cinemas in Accra.
Two sisters got separated from childhood. The elder, a sorceress and the younger, a multi millionaire got the opportunity to meet after 25 yrs but one gets killed before the meeting. Revenge is the game but timing is everything.
Watch this space for more details on the movie…
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