Character Posters For Kunle Afolayan’s Big Budget OCTOBER 1

Character Posters For Kunle Afolayan’s Big Budget OCTOBER 1

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October 1 by Kunle Afolayan

Kunle Afolayan and his production crew are currently busy working on the next Nigerian blockbuster, October 1, which stars a number of seasoned actors include the director himself and has a beautiful plot. While production continues (pictures coming shortly) newly released character posters for the upcoming thriller have been released via Facebook and they introduce the actors playing some of the lead characters in the movie to us.

Check out the synopsis and character posters after the jump.

A psychological thriller detailing the activities of a northern police detective, Dan Waziri who was posted to the western region to unravel the mystery behind a series of female murders in the community. He soon discovers that the prime suspect is Aderopo, the prince of the community. Waziri, however does not have plenty of time as he is expected to bring the Prince to book before the Nigerian flag is raised on October 1.

Colin David Reese as Father Dowling
Colin David Reese as Father Dowling
Deola Sagoe as Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti
Deola Sagoe as Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti
ibrahim shatta as sumonu
Ibrahim Shatta as sumonu
Fabian Lojede as Corporal Omolodun
Fabian Lojede as Corporal Omolodun
Kayode Aderupoko as Sergeant Afonja
Kayode Aderupoko as Sergeant Afonja
Kunle Afolayan as Agbekoya
Kunle Afolayan as Agbekoya
Sadiq Daba as Inspector Waziri
Sadiq Daba as Inspector Waziri

4 COMMENTS

  1. Hmmm…. Will definitely see this movie as soon as it’s out. Haven’t watched phone swap though but the figurine was a master piece. Didn’t know what to believe/think at the end of the movie.

  2. Can’t help being Kunle Afolayan no.1 fan, his Figurine was da Bomb I did not know when I became an unofficial promoter. Phone Swap blow me away! I can’t wait for this October 1 to come out cos I’m already sold. Quality picture, good script, correct acting and very real such are found in this guys films. I rarely watch any Home/nollywood movie but this guys productions are films one should be proud of as “Made In Nigeria”

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