After ‘Crime to Christ’ in 2007, Majid Michel and Juliet Ibrahim have been coupled once again in an upcoming movie titled; 30 Days in Atlanta – The Adventures of Akpos
The movie which was produced by AY the comedian employed Hollywood/Nollywood crew. Shot in Nigeria and America, Atlanta to be precise, ‘30 Days in Atlanta – The Adventures of Akpos’ is set to break into the Hollywood market.
“Sharp Warri boy,” aptly describes the Akpos character. He is our very own Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Bean) and Chris Rock rolled into one. Akpos wins a 30-day holiday for two to Atlanta, Georgia. He takes his cousin (Richard), an IT specialist on the all-expense paid trip.
‘30 Days in Atlanta – The Adventures of Akpos’ is an adventurous love story – spiced with lots of action and hilarious moments. This a-laugh-a-minute story has been fully researched and well written. It paints, in beautiful colours, the hugely popular (and social media trending) Akpos character which was created from the AYShow’s ‘Who Wants to be a Billionaire’ hilarious skits.
Right from Warri until he landed in Atlanta, Akpos flung his unique personality, showing-off his smartness and foolishness in an exciting mix of rhetoric and witty humour. An impromptu social commentator and self-appointed psychologist, Akpos finds relevance in everything and everyone around them.
In Atlanta, Akpos met three very peculiar people: Uncle Wilfred, a friend and self-acclaimed oil Firm employee, and lots of ‘Fellow Nigerians’.
Soon, he begins to enjoy his stay in Atlanta. His Warri accents and instincts almost turned him into a Hollywood Celebrity.
Akpos, like all of us, is human. He would have his high and low moments. He would fall in and out of love. He would break hearts and get heartbroken himself. He would make mistakes and learn from them. And at the end of the day, he would remain a vintage Akpos – the boy from the World’s only WARRI.
The movie stars: Ramsey Nouah, Lynn Whitefield, Desmond Elliot, Majid Michel, Vivica A. Fox, AY Makun, Juliet Ibrahim, Karlie Redd and was directed by Robert Peters.