"LadyBuckit And The Motley Mopsters" - Nigerian's First Animated Feature Film Set To Debut
Kids and children TV entertainment genre in Nigeria is set to be boosted with the imminent release of what has been described as the country's first animated feature film "that will bring succour and means of escape for children and the family at this trying times".
"LadyBuckit And The Motley Mopsters" is set to go on general release on 11th December 2020. The movie promoters, Hot Ticket Productions, hopes that the release of the movie will serve as a source of joy and laughter for Nigerian families and millions of people around the world during the festive season and for many years to come.
Blessing Amidu, the chief executive officer for Hot Ticket Productions said that it had taken more than 30 incredible talents and two years to make the movie which showcases the voices of some of Nigeria's top and famous actors like Kalu Ikeagwu, Bimbo Akintola, Patrick Doyle, Bola Edwards and may more.
"LadyBuckit And The Motley Mopsters" also revels in nostalgic scenes from notable Nigerian landmarks and historical places such as Oloibiri where crude oil was first discovered in commercial quantity in 1956.
Amidu is impressed and grateful for the vast interest she's seeing in the movie since the teaser released in August 2020. Interest and reviews have been great, especially among fans of Nigerian and African animation and cartoons genres.