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Old Skool Tinz! Chris Attoh, Beverly Naya, Jide Kosoko, Christopher Okagbue & Joseph Benjamin star in “Lotanna” | Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Photos



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Get ready to go back in time this 2013 with a Nigerian movie production, Lotanna.

Directed by George Sunomuu Kura, Lotanna which captures the scenery of the mid 70’s and 90’s is about an opinionated, introvert son played by Christopher Okagbue, who had his life refocused when he realizes the lack of solvency on the part of his father and forced to offset a debt owed by his father.

Read the official synopsis;

Lotanna is a story of a young man who discovers at an early age that he has to offset a N20 Million debt owed to a mysterious stranger called Don Creflo by his late father. The titular character goes through a myriad of trials and challenges that stand to either break or make him; aided by an unbreakable resolve to succeed, a sonorous voice, friends, enemies and mysterious individuals he meets along the way.

The movie also stars Chris Attoh, Ireti Doyle, Bimbo Manuel, Jide Kosoko, Beverly Naya, Joseph Benjamin, Kaptain Tony, Sandra Okagbue, Ifeanyi “Ifan” Michael, Ocean Adaeze and Seun Kentebe. The movie is set to premiere in the first quarter of the year.

Lotanna is produced by IfeanyiIfanMichael and Christopher Okagbue. Christopher was the winner of the reality TV show, Gulder Ultimate Search Season 8.

Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Photos

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Ifeanyi “Ifan” Michael & Christopher Okagbue (Producers)

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George Sunom Kura (R) – Director


  1. Lamide

    January 4, 2013 at 4:55 pm

    I see my people going places! Well done guys!

  2. Posh

    January 4, 2013 at 5:40 pm

    -First of all, at that time (70’s) there were no desk top computers in Nigerian offices. And should there be any, it definitely wasn’t that model and design that looks like that in the 1990’s

    -Nigerian ladies weren’t just carrying Channel bags around! it was a luxury item largely afforded by the bourgeoisie

    -It’s not only to use peugeot 505, by 1970’s the newest design of car number plates weren’t there!! gees! what a very silly and laughable mistake. that number plate came out was it not around 1996?

    How about the split unit airconditioners? LOL! 🙂 not to sound like a critic but if you’re gonna do it, then you might as well get it right. These are the kind of errors Hollywood will keep attention to details on, not just focusing on costumes and clothes

    • feyi A

      January 4, 2013 at 6:21 pm

      you took the words out of my mouth. everybody wan shoot film for 70s now. nollywood sef. smh

    • Hadija

      January 4, 2013 at 7:14 pm

      u are so correct. its annoying when people who should know don’t. Ireti is in this movie and all her years in the industry she couldn’t spot all that u did in just a minute; and how about the director and producer? Our attention to details can be alarming sometimes. Where’s the trailer sef? It’s better to watch a trailer than all this pictures. They don’t tell any story.

    • HABBA

      January 4, 2013 at 11:32 pm

      LWKMD!!! asin soon they would use blackberry sef!

    • mfon

      January 5, 2013 at 2:42 am

      but they did so many things right and somehow you missed all those because you focused on their flaws.

    • Ekene

      January 5, 2013 at 12:57 pm

      check the first paragraph: It reads; “Directed by George Sunomuu Kura, Lotanna which captures the scenery of the mid 70’s and 90′s”. I know we have desktop computers in the 90s

    • Film guy

      January 5, 2013 at 10:16 am

      Guys relax small these are pictures from set I agree maybe they could have done better with styling but things like plate numbers could be removed in post production I think it’s a very good attempt lets wait for the film

    • Sonia

      January 6, 2013 at 8:05 pm

      Lol. It’s all spot on! But do you know what role the woman in the Chanel bag plays?
      If you don’t then your comment loses some cred…

    • Ginika

      January 10, 2013 at 11:19 am

      They got soo many other things right and kudos to that. I also noticed the desk top and was a bit disappointed with that. EXCEPT, this is supposed to be the 90s era. THe intro does speak about the 70s to the 90s.

    • Ginika

      January 10, 2013 at 11:22 am

      @Posh, you make a good point but dont forget that the movie is progressive through the mid 70s to the 90s; so the desktop could be the era of the 90s. DOnt also forget that when the movie is edited things like the split unit would hopefully not be captured and lil details with the plate number will probably also be omitted. They definitely tried recreating the era intended.

    • Ginika

      January 10, 2013 at 11:27 am

      *covers eye* I just noticed the aluminium window frames, we had steel glazed frames then! I really hope the director and movie editors read these comments and work their magic while editing.

  3. Suchalady

    January 4, 2013 at 6:06 pm

    Chris Attoh don become full naija boy o. I see him more in naija productions than in his country’s. Anyway u r welcome jare, i guess we could do with one more handsome dude **wink**. Looks like a nice movie btw.

  4. Lo'

    January 4, 2013 at 6:20 pm

    @POSH only 20% of the film is set in the 70s, the rest is set in the 90s. So the team did actually get the era right! The pictures you are seeing are actually from the 90s part of the film :). Don’t be so quick to criticise/ condemn next time.

    • Hadija

      January 4, 2013 at 7:18 pm

      and how was Posh supposed to know? It clearly states “old skool tinz”. That is why it is better to put the trailer along.

    • Posh

      January 4, 2013 at 7:41 pm

      Well, there was no where in the write-up your explanation was written! so how do we accertain that you’re true with your facts? *rolling eyes* so I beg your pardon!!

  5. Bole eater

    January 4, 2013 at 7:41 pm

    Bunch of idiots. Those are the wrong outfits for the mid70s

  6. Trendysturvs Blog

    January 4, 2013 at 8:11 pm

    Lovely pics

  7. Sisi

    January 4, 2013 at 8:55 pm

    Wow! You people are hilarious! Nigerians should stop with the negativity this year please! It clearly states that the film is set in the 70s and 90s na wa o! Shame

    Pics are really nice by the way!

    • Posh

      January 4, 2013 at 10:02 pm

      It was clearly editted! don’t be silly. 1990’s wasn’t written there before. Bella has editted the article

  8. Thelma

    January 4, 2013 at 9:21 pm

    Please has any body watched Mad Men? don’t know if they show it in Naija but it was on American cable network, and BBC a couple of months ago. Now that is some old skool “shiznit”. It’s an American dramatic television series created and produced by Matthew Weiner, and was based or set in the 1960’s and guess what? they got it all to a T down to every minutest detail you can think of. Proffessional Critics upon critics have tried and tried and had to applaud the makers of the series big time! It received critical acclaim, particularly for its historical authenticity, visual style, costume design, acting, writing, and directing, and has won many awards, including fifteen Emmys and four Golden Globes.

    Now that’s what it takes to make an old skool or a dated movie…..I’m usually not into Old skool movies but this one certainly got me glued on. Nollywood, you gotta put your head down, take your time to note details, so you don’t end up looking stupid to viewrs. Artistes too should be take note of all these eg. Ireti, so you don’t end up falling your own hands when you’re expected to know better

    • Lolade

      January 4, 2013 at 10:50 pm

      My dear, help me tell them o. Have you seen Downton Abbey. Have you, that show makes me want to go back to the 1900’s sef. Shey Mad men is even set in times people alive can still remember, Downton was set in the 1900’s and it is so authentic beyond belief. My young teenage cousins love the show and it shouldn’t be something they should like considering the time period. I tire for 9ja sometimes. We are still growing, we are still growing. Lame excuse, and if one ignorant person responds and says ehn, in the US and the UK they have access to stuff they need to make such movies or series, thunder fire that lazy unimaginative brain of yours. Shouldn’t we too be able to tell the stories of our own history too, abi we should wait for the oyinbos to do it for us. All the material they need to make it authentic is still right here in 9ja they just have to locate it. Anyone remember Oleku and other Tunde Kelani movies, even Ogunde.

    • Thelma

      January 5, 2013 at 12:42 pm

      Ah ah! I watched it nowww! it was also on BBC a few months back. As in, upon being set in the 1900 ‘s yet they nailed it! Downton Abbey is also another big thumbs up! that received critical acclaim from television critics and won numerous accolades, including a Golden Globe Award and a Primetime Emmy Award.

      Nollywood gats step up big time! still a long way up

    • Tunmi

      January 8, 2013 at 4:50 pm

      And that is why I loved Oleku and Tunde Kelani movies. Saworoide remains my favorite. They got the times right and it is important

    • Idak

      January 5, 2013 at 12:05 pm

      You’ve already been called a hater and i would have been surprised if that did not happen.
      I feel your point on MAD MEN. That is an old school series worth all the noise. I am sure a few persons here would go look for the series and probably end up seeing all 5 seasons of it.
      While i understand that the Nollywood guys do not have the kind of budget available to the likes of Matthew Weiner and Jennifer Getzinger , I still think that your criticism is very valid. More effort could be put in trying to authenticate the era a movie is set in. Embracing mediocrity is no stepping stone to progress. If this much era misrepresentation can be deduced from pics, how many more will we see in the cinema when we few the full thing? Supporting Nollywood does not mean we can’t criticize and this attitude of calling every critic a hater is so last decade!
      I share Thelma’s sentiments but i will go see the movie when it is out at the cinema like i have seen most Nollywood movies that came to the cinema and i see no contradiction in that.

  9. seth

    January 4, 2013 at 9:59 pm

    Mhen. !!! Finally the so much talked about Lothana movie is here can’t wait to see the man of the moment Christopher okagbue do his thing…that guy is just incredible the sky is your limit bruva there foot prints on the moon.

  10. kenneth

    January 4, 2013 at 10:18 pm

    This movie will certainly rock the cinemas this year of no doubt it definitely will,there’ll always be haters and critics like Thelma you are so pathetic and miserable people like you never achieve anything in a life time…sometimes I wonder if you even read about the movie before you start commenting rubbish. The movie is in the 70s and 90s take note of that. I want to appreciate the producers of this movie you guys really did a good job from what I’m seeing now and I’ll pay a million dollar to watch it. Kuldoze guys.

    • Thelma

      January 5, 2013 at 1:16 pm

      Talking about not achieving anything in life, i’m sure damn well you’re speaking from an on-going life experience honey. Don’t worry, life isn’t that bad and surely yours will improve someday, if only you stop spitting out vile! and for your enlightenment, Bella had to edit the article to include 1990’s
      Just because someone mentioned a classic series that was widely acclaimed, without even critising this una nollywood movie and there you go cursing and vomitting all the venom in your heart. Clearly it shows the bouts of frustrations that you’re likely going through in life. Successful and fulfilled people are not this bitter.

      And even if I critised the movie nko? didn’t you read what I said about MadMen? That was how hollywood got to the level it is at the moment. It’s because there are critics that will scrutinzie and critize a movie before it gets released to the public. So pls grow up retard!

  11. kenneth

    January 4, 2013 at 10:26 pm

    Posh please read carefully next time before you open your mouth to say trash against other peoples work….nothing is wrong with this movie the crew did a nice job and I’ll gladly pay a million dollar to watch it. Kuldozeeee guys

  12. a hater!

    January 4, 2013 at 10:31 pm

    I agree with u all.
    Chei dat MAD MEN series na die.

    Abeg Mr. Producer and Co. jus try a little bit 2b very cautious 2 every detail not jus d costumes and known faces as casts…
    *dat split unit on d wall got me confuzd wt back dating*

  13. uche

    January 4, 2013 at 10:39 pm

    Critics, haters bad belle people you guys are just so quick judge without reading carefully the movie is in the 70s and 90s and the costumes are just right for it. My sweet Sandra okagbue baby oku nothing do you bcos of you ehn I’ll gladly give anythhing to watch this movie. Chris my man the only real ultimate man…thumbs up bro hope you’ll give me your sister,thumbs up guys I just can’t wait to watch the mmovie…*winks*

  14. mr right

    January 4, 2013 at 11:42 pm

    A hater i think these are just the behind the scene pictures and some pix of the movie too, the one with the split unit should be behind the scene pics

  15. matt

    January 4, 2013 at 11:47 pm

    Nice one christopher okagbue the ultimate man this will show other GUS winners that just winning GUS is not enuff set the pace bruva. Good luck

  16. buldozer

    January 5, 2013 at 12:02 am

    Beverly naya I’m just loving you baby, your ascent just makes me want to kiss those lips with which you speak. Looking forward to seeing you in the movie. *kissessssss*

  17. dupe

    January 5, 2013 at 12:57 am

    Sandra you are such a beautiful girl, if I were a guy I would do anything to win your heart. Trust me baby you rock. !!!

  18. Keith

    January 5, 2013 at 6:39 am

    The best actors in the world-Denzel Washington, George Clooney, Al Pacino, Tom Cruise, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie etc, Best producers in the world-Steven Spielberg, Peter Jackson, Gilbert Adler, James Cameron, Christopher Nolan, Kevin Feige etc. Even with their big names and achievements still suffer criticism till date. And you think these young producers of this movie Lotanna don’t know that? They are fully aware but your criticisms won’t stop them because from what I’m seeing, they did a really good job. The decision alone to make a dated movie is a bold one. Even the best producers in nollywood run from it. They’d rather stick to the regular thing they know. I’m not saying there won’t b slip-ups. I’m actually expecting to see one or two mistakes. Even almighty Hollywood make mistakes too. But it won’t make me appreciate the movie any less. Christopher from what I’ve read about him won Gulder Ultimate Search a little over a year ago, december 2011 at the age of 24 so he should be 25 plus right now. I don’t know about the other producer but he looks quite young too, yet they’re pulling off something this big. This is exactly what we need-young creative minds bringing something to the table. We respect our veterans but they should learn to give the young ones a chance to express their creativity. The future is theirs. That’s why our industry won’t grow. Because the old ones have refused to realize that times have changed and things need to change too. You can watch 5 movies back to back on africamagic but yet you’d think your watching the same movie because you see the same faces telling almost exactly the same story. These young producers want to make a statement with this movie. But instead of encouraging them, you’re criticizing them. That’s the problem with this country. We need to learn to support and appreciate our own people. Charity they say, begins at home. I for one am definitely looking forward to seeing this movie. While we wait, we’d love to see the trailer though. Good job guys. More grease to your elbows and may God bless you and crown your efforts with success.

    • Abbey

      January 5, 2013 at 1:28 pm

      Please stop weeping like a 3yrs old. If you sincerely believe that critism makes for better improvement then why do sound like you’re being victimised?
      You think all those artises you’ve mentioned got there and won Oscars, Emmys and Golden-Globes without being critised? then how will you grow? you selfishly want people to go and spend their hard begotten money to watch a crapy movie and yet you’re bitter about being critised? Is watching the movie for free? if so then we won’t critize it. If you don’t people to critize your movie them not make them intending for the masses to pay to watch it okay? ‘cos we gotta put our mouths where our monies are going sweetie!

    • Bole eater

      January 5, 2013 at 1:59 pm

      Shut up Jack! We will support those who do not take us for granted. I am already looking at the 70s get up and I am telling you it is all wrong Jack. We have been supporting some of these fools for 20 years, what more do you want?

  19. Rohann

    January 5, 2013 at 11:57 am

    Well, I won’t repeat the same tired stories about the producers making the same old goofs. I remember seeing a movie on AfricaMagic. A part of the movie was set in the 70s yet the bright yellow billboards of MTN were littered in every shot, not to mention the 2007/08 Toyota Camrys and Accords driving past the characters. Nollywood won’t learn so let’s leave them to their ills but this Lotanna seems decent enough. My major concerns are, a 20m debt in the 70s? Like, WTF, who counted millions back then? Then secondly, why call the villain Don Creflo? Is it named after the famous Creflo Dollar preacher? Who in Nigeria bears Creflo? Gandoki will be more fitting, if they ever were in need of names. Duh.

  20. Auntyayo

    January 5, 2013 at 12:11 pm

    So many Hollywood films have mistakes but we don’t see them. You know why? Because we believe the ‘Whites’ are perfect. They can do no wrong in our eyes. But when it’s a Nigerian thing, we immediately become critics looking for faults everywhere. That it is not to say that the Oyibo’s have not gotten it more than we have but this is in all aspects, not just in film even in comments. It would be nice if we try to see the good in things first before the bad. I might not watch the film but it’s nice that people are endeavouring to do different stuff.

    • Hadija

      January 5, 2013 at 2:28 pm

      Just read your comment again and ask urself if u make any sense at all. wth! So becos we don’t note mistakes in Hollywood films (which is a bloody lie in itself) means we should overlook mistakes that are so glaring to see in our own movies? Criticism doesn’t mean we hate the movie, it means GET IT RIGHT NEXT TIME. Gosh! And may I add, if there’s any group of people with the foulest mouths, it is Americans! Is it not the same people that wished Adele’s baby dead – for NO reason? Go and read American blogs and see the rot that they call comments. This small criticism and u are preaching patois! Abegi!

  21. olumide

    January 5, 2013 at 1:18 pm

    Keith u said my mind these are young talents and I think what we should be doing is encouraging them instead of criticising them. But I still hope to see the trailer though. Nice one guys more grease to your elbows.

  22. chinenye

    January 5, 2013 at 1:25 pm

    This is exactly what I’m talking about ! New things,new ideas,new concepts,new faces,new competitors,new talents that will give the so called star actors a run for the money. Nice one guys.

  23. baddest boy

    January 5, 2013 at 1:29 pm

    Talent is never enuff…directing a movie of this nature requires skillz and I can see a lot of skillz in this, the director of this movie should be a genius

  24. Angel

    January 5, 2013 at 1:32 pm

    Good job guys.

  25. Adetoun

    January 5, 2013 at 1:35 pm

    This movie is a definition of creativity…it may not be perfect but whoever came up with this concept has got guts bcos this is what top Nigerian producers dread. Good job guys

  26. Cheyanne glashan

    January 5, 2013 at 1:40 pm

    This movie is definitely one of it’s kind…I think the Nigerian movie industry is beginning to upgrade.

  27. Ikenna

    January 5, 2013 at 2:04 pm

    Slave mentality! Bring down your own and promote the white man. You people have not even seen the film yet and already you’re criticising! Looking forward to seeing Chris Attoh, Beverly Naya, Joseph Benjamin and Ireti Doyle. What a cast!

  28. A-Beta

    January 5, 2013 at 3:47 pm

    I laud evryone’s contributions, ur commentt and mine r very important. Excitmennt can make one forget details. Its for Cinema, so I believ d producer n his team wouuld take note of d flaws to giv us d best we desire. Thank u for ur support. I personalli love criticism, if anyone has anytin to say concernin d makeup, i wil b glad tto hear it. Thank u.

  29. cashmoney

    January 5, 2013 at 5:10 pm

    It is such a pity that Nigerians never see anything good in themselves and you know why ? It is bcos we are always so envious of our neighbours growth that no matter how much effort he puts we’ve just refused to see the good parts of his work instead we focus on the bad parts and it’s a very big shame on us. I’ll give this movie a pass mark.

  30. Z

    January 5, 2013 at 6:32 pm

    Based on the comments it appears there is some fine tuning and polishing that needs to be taken care of with regards to the props. I don’t know what was available, around and affordable in the 70s, but just looking at these still shots I’m overly excited to watch the movie. It seems like it will be rich and amazing. Very well done for branching off and breathing a breath of fresh air into Nollywood. 🙂

  31. peter

    January 6, 2013 at 10:17 am

    Nice pics, nice story line, nice concept can’t wait to see the movie

  32. latifa

    January 6, 2013 at 10:20 am

    Sup Chris just want to let you know that you have a secret admirer here. I love you 🙂

  33. timothy

    January 6, 2013 at 4:14 pm

    Wow ! Lotanna is here and I heard that my boy Seth Elue the band leader and the. Lead vocalist of the harmonics band first runner up of star quest 2011 is also a cast…hmmm I knew he’d go places. Can’t wait to watch him 🙂

  34. berry

    January 6, 2013 at 10:38 pm

    Mhen…am luving this… Proudly naija…I can’t wait to see my homie Seth vibez in that movie…well done to you all… This is really Awesome

  35. femi

    January 7, 2013 at 6:52 pm

    Ahhh !!! A last something different from the regular, I have a strong feeling think this is a messiah movie which has come to save the boring everyday same story line kind of movie in the Nigerian movie industry. Thank you guys and Please o let it be it o.

  36. Dele

    January 7, 2013 at 6:55 pm

    ”Lotanna” hmmm…catchy ! Can’t wait to see the movie.

  37. Josh

    January 7, 2013 at 6:57 pm

    If something isn’t criticised then it’s worth nothing…so, criticism is allowed but I strongly and sincerely think this movie is one of it’s kind.

  38. bimbo

    January 7, 2013 at 6:59 pm

    Nice story line, really really nice. I can’t wait to watch it.

  39. caleb

    January 7, 2013 at 7:03 pm

    Omo mhen !!! See cast oooo !!! I must watch this movie if not for nothing but for the names involved and most especially for that beauty queen I’m seeing on the behind the scene pix 😉 dunno you baby but you are really beautiful 🙂

  40. Linda

    January 7, 2013 at 7:08 pm

    Hmmm Chris Okagbue and Beverly Naya…I’m suspecting the two of you o 😉 are you sure you guys are not seeing each other ? 😉 because the chemistry strong o. Nice one guys.

  41. Bassey

    January 7, 2013 at 7:12 pm

    Lol Linda it’s just like you knew what’s on my mind. Chai this one don dey enter physics o =))

  42. eric

    January 8, 2013 at 9:05 am

    The so talked about Lotanna movie, lemme hope it’s as cool as I hear.

  43. dean

    January 8, 2013 at 9:14 am

    This movie sure seem like a crusher to me, I like the storyline.

  44. mike

    January 8, 2013 at 9:16 am

    Jide kosoko the action man baba I greet you sir, I’m your loyal boy o I’m going †✆ watch this movie because of you sir. God bless you sir.

  45. tope

    January 8, 2013 at 12:19 pm

    Hmmm I can see the handsome and charming Joseph Benjamin and the ghanian Chris Attoh this should be one big movie and I know that much effort must have been put into this movie,oooh !!! Is dat Aunty Ireti ? Jeeezzz what a cast !!! Nice one guys. I must watch this movie before anybody else.

  46. Ginika

    January 10, 2013 at 11:24 am

    Beverly Naya and Christopher Okagbue – now if that isn’t chemistry then it must be physics 🙂 – #ThatsMYcheezyComment

  47. richmond

    January 10, 2013 at 1:50 pm

    Yeah Ginika I agree with you on that…I can feel the heat from here.

  48. dayo

    January 10, 2013 at 1:52 pm

    Well done guys… 🙂 !!!

  49. Harrite

    January 10, 2013 at 1:59 pm

    Lols this is a combination of. Physics,biology,chemistry and even Mathematics I’m i̶̲̥̅̊n̶̲̥̅̊ love with this movie. Good job guys.

  50. babious

    January 10, 2013 at 2:05 pm

    ds Beverly is not fine! my Chris attoh,always a hottie and ds Christopher guy is nt bad.

  51. kome

    February 8, 2013 at 5:22 am

    I loves me some Chris Attoh! lol dark and sexxy

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