- Nigerian filmmaker Kunle Afolayan has revealed that the Anikulapo series is in the making
- Afolayan shared pictures from the movie shoot, which featured old characters and new casts like Lateef Adedimeji
- However, Kunle Remi, who played the lead role in the movie, was not spotted in the new pictures online, which caused a stir
Movie lovers within and outside Nigeria are in for a new Anikulapo series as popular filmmaker Kunle Afolayan revealed a new project titled Anikulapo: Rise of the Spectre, is in the making.
According to Afolayan, the upcoming project, a 4-part original series, will be available on Netflix.
Pictures from the movie shoot shared online showed old characters alongside new casts like Lateef Adedimeji, and Gabriel Afolayan, among others.
See the pictures Kunle Afolayan shared below:
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See the pictures Lateef Adedimeji shared below:
Netizens react to Anikulapo series
Many fans of the movie took to Lateef's comment section to ask questions about Kunle Remi, who played the lead character Saro in the initial release. Some others expressed their excitement about the new series.
See their comments below:
"I hope they have not changed Saro o."
"This is going to be boring ."
"Lol they’ve changed our saro ."
"What is Anikulapo without saro?"
"Normal level saro don enter bush for the first one so he fit no Dey for this new one, lateef fit be saro pikin ;see me assuming rubbish ."
"Anikulapo again? This one go be Anikulapo pro max ."
"Please is the same anikulapo will already watching before."
"Wow!!! Looking forward to it."
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"It's about to go down ."
"Mentor on this again ."
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Meanwhile, actor Lateef Adedimeji caused a buzz with a post of him sending his fans and followers a new month message.
The actor who played Tinubu in a new biopic titled Last Man Standing also wore a cap with the logo of the president-elect.