Lancelot Threatens To Place Curse On Pirates

The big-budget epic film, Invasion 1897 which has successfully premiered across the world in the past one-year is due to be released on  DVD  soon,the producer, Lancelot Imasuen has revealed.

Lancelot, who is currently in the United States, where the film is on the last leg of its world tour, made the revelation while in a chat with HVP.

He said, the film which will be distributed by G-Media Limited, owned by filmmaker, and businessman, Igwe Gabosky is billed to hit the DVD market in the third week of next month.  But while that is yet-to-happen, the popular producer cum director  has warned pirates to steer clear of the film, threatening, however, to place a curse on anybody that attempts to pirate the film when it is finally released into the market.

“After successfully running in the cinemas across the world, the big thing  is that Invasion 1897  will be officially released into the DVD market in the third week of  September. Thank God, this evil men have not been able to see the film and we are still praying to God that they shouldn’t. I am going to place a curse on anyone that wants to do something contrarily, other than procuring the film legally.

“Invasion 1897″  which premiered in the country last December, has become one of the widely travelled Nigerian films in recent times.

Since opening the Toronto International Black Film Festival in 2014, , the film has not stopped breaking new grounds at the international scene. It has shown in different cinemas across the world, including Toronto where it showed  twice,  and Canada.

It has also shown three times in London,  Washington DC, Scotland, Houston, Dallas, California and Rowanda. Currently, it’s showing in Dublin and Republic of Island, after it finished showing in Chicago last week.

On Sunday, the film will be showing in Boston,before moving to Atlanta, and rounding off its tour on the 23rd, in New York, where it will be showing in New Jersey.

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