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“Mr and Mrs, Chapter 2,” hits cinemas this weekend

The much-awaited movie, “Mr and Mrs, Chapter 2”, is finally set to hit the cinemas this weekend.

The movie, which is a romantic drama produced by Chinwe Egwuagu and directed by Teco Benson, will be shown in all cinemas across the country.

Mr and Mrs 2, which previously had an executive premiere in Kenya, would be opened to all cinema lovers in Nigeria from this weekend.

‘Mr. and Mrs.’ is the chapter 2 of the award-winning human interest movie ‘Mr and Mrs’ that got movie lovers glued to their TV screens in 2011 – 2012.
Egwagu, on his expectation of the movie, said he did not know it would command such good will.

“When we did Mr and Mrs in 2011, we did not know it would command so much goodwill…This is the same thing we have done for the chapter two.

Mr and Mrs, Chapter 2 is a totally different package from the first one, the story line is different yet not losing line with the realities faced in marriages and we are confident that Mr and Mrs Chapter Two will surpass the success of the first one.”

He further stated that “a lot of things happen in marriages which most times lead to separation or divorce, especially in this present age.’’

“Mr and Mrs Chapter 2’ tends to cover most of the factors that couples face in marriages.

“The audience are going to love this one because it is something everyone can relate to.”

Egwagu assured that the movie would be exciting as it had a factual story line, talented casts and a little bit of comedy to cool off the intense drama.

“The movie is a must watch for all. It will be worth the time and money of movie lovers’’, he said.

The movie has been described as a journey into the anatomy of modern family relationships.

It focuses on a couple Sharon (Rita Dominic) and Kobi (Chidi Mokeme), who in a bid to save their union, expose some of the truths surrounding struggles and independence in marriage.

They attempt to tell the truth about some of the conflicts, confinement, independence, and struggles in marriages.

The pursuit to keep their marriage intact and save their private lives leads to various dramatic and intense scenes that follow the story.

The movie stars Chidi Mokeme, Rita Dominic, Tana Adelana, Akin Lewis, Yaw, Munachi Abii and many others.


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