Terry McMahon, the multiple award-winning Irish Director of Patrick’s Day and Charlie Casanova, has arrived Nigeria to begin pre-production efforts towards the making of Caged in the Creeks, written by Leke Akinrowo.
The movie, according to McMahon, will take Nollywood to a different level as Nigeria’s first authentic action flick to be directed by him. At a briefing in Lagos, McMahon said the movie will set the Nigerian film industry on heights never imagined.
“We are about to create a revolution in Africa’s movie industry with this project, in ways never achieved before in this part of the world,” he said.
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McMahon will visit some locations in Nigeria, where the film is set to be shot, meet with some top government officials and the Nollywood community.
Akinrowo said Caged in the Creeks is a story about international terrorists and local militants coming together, to threaten the wellbeing and fate of the country; and how the main character, who happens to be a former United States marine, forms an alliance with a former Nigerian army captain and Economic Community of West African States Monitoring Group (ECOMOG) veteran, to rescue those entangled in the web of intrigues, and save the country from a catastrophic plot being hatched by the international hoodlums.