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10 film sequels to look out for in 2019

10 film sequels to look out for this year, 2019

“Glass” – Jan. 18

Director M. Night Shyamalan shocked audiences when his sleeper hit film “Split” turned out to be a backdoor sequel to his most acclaimed offering, 2000’s “Unbreakable.” Now, “Glass.” the third film in the series, brings David Dunn (Bruce Willis), Kevin and his many personalities (James McAvoy) and Mr. Glass (Samuel L. Jackson), to fully realize Shyamalan’s grounded universe of superheroes and villains.

“The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part” – Feb. 8

Following the surprise smash hit “The Lego Movie,” the gang’s all here for “The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part.” In this installment, Emmit (Chris Pratt) and his fellow pieces face off against Duplo invaders. The residents of Bricksburg are under siege as their home is turned into an ill-fitting wasteland, with hope and time running out. 

“Happy Death Day 2U” – Feb. 14

Surprisingly funny and dark, 2017’s “Happy Death Day” was far better than it deserved to be, anchored by star Jessica Rothe, who returns in this sequel which promises to raise the stakes as sequels often do. Hopefully the film’s “Groundhog Day”-type motif is as successful this time around as it was in the sleeper hit original.

“How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” – Feb. 22

Once upon a time, Dreamworks Animation and Pixar were running neck and neck for animation supremacy, and while Pixar won that battle long ago, of the more successful Dreamworks franchises, “How to Train Your Dragon” has endured and even thrived as the latest installment in the series, “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World” follows an adult Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) in his role as chief of Berk and the growing rift between him and his pet dragon as a new threat emerges that could wipe out all dragons once and for all.

“Avengers 4” – May 3

While it may not yet have a real title, the second half of the Infinity Stone saga, “Avengers 4” certainly has its hand in our collective wallets as audiences are waiting with baited breath to see how a film can follow up the shocking end of last year’s “Avengers: Infinity War” with more thrills and an even larger threat than the returning Snappy McThanos (Josh Brolin). You won’t find a production more tight lipped about its story, but it’s likely this is the swan song for MCU vets Robert Downey, Jr and Mr. Real Life Captain America (on Twitter) Chris Evans.

“John Wick 3: Parabellum” – May 17

It started with a dead dog from a dead wife, but now the melancholy assassin extraordinaire John Wick (Keanu Reeves) is on the run with an entire city of assassins on his trail in “John Wick 3: Parabellum,” the reported final chapter in the underdog action series. Making their first appearances in the series, Halle Berry and Angelica Huston are joined by returning scenery chewers Laurence Fishburne and Ian McShane.

“Godzilla: King of the Monsters” – May 31

Even though 2014’s “Godzilla” remake didn’t quite live up to the hype, it’s hard to say no to radioactive fire-breathing monsters, and in “Godzilla: King of the Monsters,” we get the return of some of Toho’s most famous kaiju, including Rodan, Mothra and King Gidorah. Millie Bobby Brown of “Stranger Things” is in the lead along with Kyle Chandler and Vera Farmiga. But let’s face it: We’re going to be here for the monsters, as well we should be

“Toy Story 4” – June 21

The original “Toy Story” served as the rock upon which Pixar firmly established itself as the premier animation studio and a film that former studio head John Lassiter swore would be a one-of-a-kind film. However, because money never sleeps, 22 years later, “Toy Story 4” is ready to fill our cockles with warm nostalgia… and a completely perplexing trailer that features a plastic spoon that swears he’s not a toy, making the immediate hope that this is someone’s soul transferred into a spoon, setting up… wait, this is a Pixar film. It’s for families, not sadists. Although, the toys did nearly get eaten by a furnace in “Toy Story 3,” so… maybe?

“Spider-Man: Far From Home” – July 5

Picking up mere moments from the end of “Avengers 4,” “Spider-Man: Far From Home” features a (spoiler alert) non-disintegrated Peter Parker (Tom Holland) as he faces what could be his second deadliest foe (because Thanos), Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) in addition to a number of other classic villains, including possibly Hydro Man

“Kingsman 3” – Nov. 8

First, let’s get the bad news out of the way: Taron Egerton will not be back as Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin in the upcoming “Kingsman 3.” Why? It’s a prequel. Unfortunately, that’s all we know at this point, although there are rumors that the action takes place around World War I, so this is a production that will predate and exclude the rest of the cast as well. The film is still in pre-production and no casting announcements have made, so we’ll just have to see which man (or woman) “manners will maketh” next.

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Gladstorm Kwabena Akwaboah Jnr, known in showbiz circles as Akwaboah

Musician K. Bibini has accused singer and songwriter Gladstorm Kwabena Akwaboah Jnr, known in showbiz circles as Akwaboah of stealing his song ‘Obiara W) problem’.

According to Mr Bibini, his song and the song ‘Problem’ Akwaboah wrote and featured Nautyca had the same concept.

“He has the same introduction and the concept of the rich and the poor having problems, but decided to use names I didn’t mention in the song,” he stated.

Speaking in an interview on Hitz FM’s morning show Day Break Hitz, he said he had been working on his song ‘Obiara W) Problem’ for a very long time and realised Akwaboah had stolen his concept when he listened to his song.

“We started working on the song about 15 years ago. We started with promotions, but a presenter sent me a link that…

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D’Banj And Don Jazzy To Reconcile?


don jazzyDon Jazzy and D’Banj are two big names familiar to every music lover in Nigeria, the two entertainers have carved niche for themselves not only in Nigeria but also the rest of the world. It is safe to say the two stars are international artistes not just Nigerian. The duo made headlines with hits in the early 20s and they were adjudged the most popular duo in the industry. The only big group that can be compared to D’Banj/ Don Jazzy combination in Nigeria then was P-Square (Still together). It was a smooth jolly ride for the then Mo’Hits group headlined by Jazzy and D’Banj before their infamous split in 2012.
Of course as talented individuals, they moved on after the split with Jazzy forming a dynasty called Mavin Records and D’Banj forming DB Records. With their individual successes, fans…

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Dawn ODG’s Birthday Message to Diana Donkor


The The Biggest popular  Hip Pop Artiste named “Victory Gadossey” Popularly known as “Dawn ODG” wishes his close buddy a happy birthday in an outstanding way .He enclosed his message in a simple way tagged below. The message shows real care and love for his buddy Diana Donkor 
My Dear,
   I’ve known you for as long as I can remember and there’s no other person deserving of having a perfect day like you today. Can’t believe how lucky I am to have found a friend like you. You make every day of my life so special. It’s my goal to make sure your birthday is one of the most special days ever.
diana donkor

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Singer and songwriter Gladstorm Kwabena Akwaboah Jnr, known in showbiz circles as Akwaboah says he is too big to steal a song and has thus debunked claims by singer K. Bibini that he has stolen his song.

According to the singer, he has so many songs to his credit and didn’t do that by stealing people’s songs because it comes naturally to him by the grace of God.

“I am too big for that, my spirit and soul wouldn’t permit me to do that.To take someone’s song and redo is below my standard,” he stated.

“I have so many songs to my credit, is it now that I will listen to someone’s song to write mine? If I want to steal someone’s song I would have stolen my grandfather’s.”

Speaking in an interview on Hitz FM morning show Day Break Hitz, he noted that he doesn’t know anyone called K….

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Ghanaian musician, Nana Yaw Oduro-Agyei, popularly known as Trigmatic says he is currently a youth pastor at the Potter’s Family Chapel in Accra.

According to him, he is determined to use his influence in the music industry to impact people positively.

The musician, speaking on Vim Talk, hosted by Afia Pokua explained that “man was created in life for two things; to serve God and to serve mankind.”

Having served mankind, he believes it’s now time to serve God. He made this statement when asked why he decided to become a pastor.

Trigmatic added that, everybody has his/her own life in his/her hands. “I have to be able to serve God. I am a very influential person, so if I can’t use my influence to impact people positively, or towards God, then what is the point of it?”

He revealed that having nominations in the recently held 3Music Awards indicated that…

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Cecelia Abena Dapaah, Minister for Sanitation and Water Resources

The Minister for Sanitation and Water Resources, Cecilia Abena Dapaah has disclosed that her outfit had begun compiling a list of the cleanest and dirtiest areas in Ghana which will soon be released.

Speaking on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen show, Tuesday, the Minister reiterated calls by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to make Accra the cleanest city in Africa and said she was optimistic that the dreams would be materialised.

“I had a smooth transition from the Aviation Ministry and have settled well here (Sanitation Ministry) and working hard to achieving a clean Ghana. Ghana is clean but can be cleaner so I’m compiling a list of cleanest and dirtiest areas in Ghana and the result will be out soon,” she disclosed.

The Minister lauded the Church of Pentecost for its Environmental Care nationwide campaign to complement the government’s efforts to…

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