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Watch the Trailer for ‘Lunch Time Heroes’ with Dakore Akande, Diana Yekinni, Omoni Oboli, Kenneth Okolie & More



LUNCH TIME HEROES Bella NaijaPHB Films in collaboration with Filmone Distribution and Production released its much awaited family comedy and high school drama trailer titled: Lunch Time Heroes.

Starring the talented Diana Yekinni as teacher Banke, the movie also stars Omoni Oboli, Kenneth Okolie, Dakore Akande, Bikiya Graham-Douglas, Udoka Oyeka among others.

The movie is directed by Seyi Babatope and is set to hits cinemas August 28, 2015.

Plot: How can an unwanted teacher gain the respect, attention of students and faculty that don’t want her around? This is the central question in the family comedy Lunch Time Heroes, where a group of students and teacher must band together for the same goal of acceptance and ultimately lead to a triumph that surpasses their initial objectives.

Watch the trailer below.

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  1. Kiiki

    August 17, 2015 at 1:59 pm

    Looks reeeeeaaaallly good! Finally, a lovely kid friendly movie with a “learning point”. Well done guys!

  2. Debby Dibs

    August 17, 2015 at 2:22 pm

    Looks nice but looks like I’ve seen the whole movie in the trailer…


    August 17, 2015 at 8:20 pm

    Finally a teen movie.!!! Thanks Dakore and others for finally taking note and I hope you continue to churn them out. Looking forward to this. I need a Chicago, IL US premiere/showing.

  4. chigirl

    August 18, 2015 at 4:05 am

    Acting is way overboard. Too much facial expressions, tone it down a bit. BTW who directed “finding mercy”?that guy needs to direct more movies… that was one well acted movie, no drama just simple plain acting with real expressions.

    Lovely concept tho, (teen movie) but poor acting smh!

  5. habibi

    August 24, 2015 at 2:53 pm

    Finally a teenage movie with teenage actors and not 30- someething year olds wearing school uniform and acting as school kids. I was starting to think that there was a dearth of teenagers in Nigeria. I don’t care if the acting isn’t great I am just happy i am not seeing Tonto Dike or Mercy Johnson in ponytail weaves wearing school uniform and trying to act as teenagers. Thank you Seyi Babatope and the cast talent scout. May God Bless you immensely!

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