Call him the enchanted voice in the movie industry ,Versatile Ghanaian movie actor Prince David Osei stands as one of the stars who have taken their career to the next level, after his stunning performance in a supposed Hollywood horror movie “The Dead” in 2010, he is set to star in another ‘Hollywood’ blockbuster in some few months ahead.
His first ‘Hollywood’ movie, The Dead, shot in Burkina Faso and Ghana respectively was directed by Howard J Ford and It tells the story of an
- Djimon Hounsou
American mercenary (Rob Freeman), the sole survivor of a plane crash, who was made to run the gauntlet across Africa.
He was forced to join forces with a local military man played by Prince David Osei as Sergeant Dembele, desperately searching for his son amongst the chaos, they fight together to survive.This movie is set for its cinema release on June 8 and June 10 in Los Angeles and Boston respectively, an event he will be attending.
On his yet to shoot Hollywood movie, despite the fact that information about the movie deal is not clear, he confirmed in an interview had withMyjoyonline some few days ago that “ there is a deal for me to play the younger brother of Djimon Hounsou, same guy who starred in the movie, “Blood Diamonds”
Considering the many movie roles coming his way, Prince is basking in excitement but remains appreciative of God’s intervention in his life.
Contrary to the news making rounds that fast rising Ghollywood stars Eddie Watson and sweet Ebi Bright are in a serious romantic affair, Eddie Watson has stated that Ebi is his kind of woman but for now, she is his manager and nothing more.
Eddie entered the movie industry not long ago, did his first movie with Bandex Productions “Millions” and also appeared in their movie “Masters of the Game” in which he was a Detective. He also nailed a lead role in the controversial “4 play reloaded” movie.
Ebi on the othe hand is a consultant and a graduate of Leicester University in the UK. She has starred in a couple of Ghanaian movies such as the popular movie from heroes’ production “The Game”.
On the issue of romance between the two, Eddie recently said in an interview with NewsOne that “we met on Somewhere in Africa’s set and we took it from there, so when the need arose that I should have a manger I thought she was the best option”.