- Ben Bruce took to his Twitter account to share some photos with Hollywood actor,Wesley Snipes in Los Angeles
- In the post, the former lawmaker, Bruce announced that he and Snipes had entered a business partnership to make great movies
- Snipes, who has been operating in Hollywood since the 80s, starred in the recently-released Coming 2 America
Senator Ben Bruce appears to be making some big moves in his contribution towards pushing Hollywood to greater heights.
The former lawmaker recently took to his Twitter page to reveal he had entered a partnership deal with one of Hollywood's big guns, Wesley Snipes.
Bruce, who shared some photos with the veteran actor in Los Angeles, described the deal as phenomenal as they would work jointly to manufacture great movies.
In his words:
"In Los Angeles with Wesley Snipes, @wesleysnipes, star of Coming 2 America and other blockbusters. We’ve just set up a new partnership to manufacture great movies. This is phenomenal and will be a big one for Hollywood and Nollywood."
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Snipes starred in the recently-released Coming 2 America and it has been getting so much buzz. Aside from the celebrities featured in the film, the Zamundan Palace had been a point of amusement for most people.
It is now confirmed that while Zamunda is a fictional place, the location of the shooting was actually hip hop rapper Rick Ross's actual home in Georgia, Atlanta. There were people who thought that the main actual shoot was filmed somewhere in Africa.
In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported that Black Coffee supported Coming 2 America on social media. Mzansi music producer Black Coffee is showing support to the Coming 2 America film.
The world-renowned DJ is impressed with the movie and the South African representation in it. Tata Black Coffee was also excited to see Mzansi's own brilliant actress Nomzamo Mbatha in the popular film and was also happy to see the MaXhosa designs.
Taking to social media, Black Coffee posted a picture of himself sitting in a chair fit for a king, posing next to a poster for the film.
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