- Former Nigerian senator, Ben Murray-Bruce, has elaborated on his plans to bring Hollywood to Nollywood
- The business magnate was recently captured with Sony consultant and one-time Sony president, Steve Mosko
- Bruce said they would make movies together so that an African can win an Oscar
Former Nigerian lawmaker, Ben Murray-Bruce, seems bent on taking African movies to the world going by his recent posts on social media.
The ex-senator shared a video from his meeting with Sony Pictures consultant and one-time president and chairman of Sony Pictures, Steve Mosko.
He explained that Steve would make sure an African wins an Oscar and this was going to happen by making movies together.
Ben Bruce explained that the Sony Pictures consultant controls a multi-billion dollar budget and really wants to help Africa.
The former lawmaker added that his Ben Murray Bruce film school had just found a partner and he was not going to disclose so much about it.
In the caption of the post, Bruce added that:
"He [Steve Mosko] is also CEO of Village Roadshow Pictures, makers of the Matrix series, Oceans 8, Joker, amongst others. We are working on a great partnership to make movies with African talents."
He explained that Mosko will be helping to set up the Ben Murray Bruce film school in Nigeria.
See the post below:
In other similar news, Briefly News also earlier reported that Ben Bruce 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 other news, ex-lawmaker Ben Murray-Bruce has humoured members of the internet community with a recent video post on his official Instagram page.
The politician and business magnate was spotted hanging out with Hollywood actor, Wesley Snipes. The two appeared to have visited a chill spot together and they couldn’t help but film a short video for their fans.
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