After being discovered off the streets of Ashaiman, the American-based Ghanaian actor, Abraham Attah knows everything about acts of kindness beyond what is due or usual. The young actor has shown immense progress since featuring in 2015’s “Beast of No Nation” blockbuster movie, which featured the likes of Idris Elba. READ ALSO: Moesha Boduong Sends … Read more
Self-acclaimed Dancehall king, Shatta Wale has disclosed that directors of NetFlix movie, “Beast of No Nation” paid him $15,000 for using his songs in the movie. Shatta Wale explained that even though his songs weren’t used as background songs but since most of the boys sung his songs in the movie, directors of the movie hit him up and paid him $15,000.
After Emmanuel Adom Quaye, popularly known as Strika in the movie “Beast of No Nation” 2015 Hollywood movie was spotted begging for money in the street, there have been different reports about him on various media platforms. Some concerned citizens blamed the young boy’s family for their irresponsible caretaking in the boy’s upbringing, others also placed the blame on his management.
Hollywood actor, Abraham Attah‘s manager, Mawuko Kuadzi has reacted to the claims that caretakers of the “Beast Of No Nation” actor, Strika, have been irresponsible towards helping the boy to discover his career as an actor. Mawuko disclosed in an interview with MzGee on Hitz @1 that, Strika born Emmanuel Nii Adom Quaye is the cause of his own predicament.
Idris Elba has this afternoon posted a cryptic tweet suggesting he could be the next James Bond. Days after reports that a producer of the franchise is tipping him to be 007, he posted: “My name’s Elba, Idris Elba”. Fans are taking it as a big hint that he could be about to take on the role when Daniel Craig leaves next year. There have been rumours linking Idris to the Bond role since 2014, which he’s neither confirmed nor denied.
Ghanaian uprising Hollywood actor Abraham Attah has made it clear that he will not star in any Ghanaian movie which will not be found on Netflix. During an interview with Abeiku Santana on UTV’s Popular “Atuu” show, the young actor was asked if he will feature in our local Ghanaian movies (Ghallywood & Kumawood), and in answer to this question, the “Beast of No Nation” actor said he will not hesitate to star in such movies but if only that particular movie will be available on Netflix.
Ghanaian actor Abraham Attah and his ‘movie dad’, colleague actor in “Beasts of no nation“, Kobina Amissah-Sam, were over the weekend involved in a clean-up exercise in the streets of Takoradi. The clean-up team after their exercise proceeded to donate some food items and shoes to Father’s Home Care, an Orphanage in Takoradi.
Beast Of No Nation, Child Actor now a Hollywood sensation has switched up some new look which will certainly leave your girl tripping. Abraham Attah, 16, who has since relocated from Ashaiman to America for career and education purpose has been calm ever since acquiring his international celebrity status but probably not again.
According to Danny Damah who also introduced himself as being a co-producer of the movie, a link to the article published on GhanaCelebrities.Com was sent to him, drawing his attention to a supposed SNUB and failure to meet the executives of both FIPAG and Ghana Actors Guild, so he decided to swiftly make contact, apologise and straighten things.
In the email to GhanaCelebritiess.Com, Danny Damah wrote “ A link was just sent to us on your article about ‘Idris Elba snubbing’ the film Producers Association of Ghana and the Actors Guild. We would like to clarify and subsequently apologize to FIPAG and GAG. Idris Elba is simply a hired Ghanaian actor on this project and only arrived in Ghana when the movie was midway to play his role and leave. He has no knowledge of the production logistics or permitting process and rather being Ghanaian, he is the main reason why the movie is shooting in Ghana. We would like to apologize to FIPAG and GAG as we arranged all the permitting.
We would have loved to engage the services of the associations very earlier on in the process, since this project has been a massive undertaking and would have required industry organizations to help hire the over 5500 people directly or indirectly associated with the film. However until I saw your article today, I have never heard of either of these associations and they were not recommended to us by any of the industry veterans, vendor, agencies or government organizations working on the film”.