Actress-Ama K. Abebrese and some Ghanaians who played cameo in Idris Elba’s movie-Beast of No Nation which was partly shot in Ghana will appear on Netflix—the movie will be premiered on the platform and at selected theatres in the United States.
According to DigitalSpy, Netlfix announced on March 3 that Beasts of No Nation “will open in select cinemas in the US and on its streaming platform for the rest of the world later this year.”
Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos announced the deal, saying, “Beasts of No Nation is a powerful film that unfolds beautifully in the hands of director Cary Fukunaga, with Idris Elba delivering a career-defining performance.
We are so proud to bring a film of this calibre exclusively to Netflix members around the world at the same time as it appears in select theaters.”
Beasts of No Nation tells a story of a West African military leader (played by Idris Elba) who drafts a young boy into his army of child soldiers…
Beast of No Nation which was partly shot in Ghana attracted an outrage from Ghana’s Film Producers Association-FIPAG, who claimed Idris Elba and the other cast members SNUBBED them when they visited Ghana.
Following this, Deal Real Productions, the company that brought Idris Elba and the others to Ghana wrote to GhanaCelebrities.Com to apologise to FIPAG…