Nigerian rapper and actor, Folarin Falana aka Falz, is returning to the silver screen in December 2020 in the movie, Quam’s Money. The movie’s full trailer was recently released and showed that the action-comedy is going to be a major movie event. Here are 5 things we know about the movie so far.

1) It’s the sequel to the 2018 movie, New Money.

New Money tells the story of Toun, a fashion designer whose biological father dies and bequeaths her his multi-billion dollar empire. Quam (played by Falz) appeared in the movie as a supporting character.

2) Falz is reprising his role from the first movie. This time as the lead character.

Quam’s Money will follow the adventures of Quam aka Sweet Boy Q, a security guard whose life is turned topsy turvy when he becomes a millionaire overnight and loses N500 million in a fraudulent business deal. Based on the trailer, Quam is willing to do whatever it takes to get his money back.

3) It is Inkblot Productions 14th movie.

Inkblot Production is the company behind many Nollywood hits such as The Wedding Party 1 & 2 (aka the top 2 highest-grossing Nigerian movies of all time), Up North, and Love Is War

. Quam’s Money is a collaboration with FilmOne and the Falz-owned production company, House 21.

4) It’s being helmed by people wey sabi the work.

These two men are some of the hottest talents in the Nigerian movie industry right now. Kayode Kasum (director of Quam’s Money) has worked on several Nollywood movies such as Sugar Rush and Fate of Alakada. And Chinaza Onuzo (screenwriter of Quam’s Money, The Set Up, and co-founder of Inkblot) has worked on The Wedding Party series and Who’s The Boss.

5) The film stars an ensemble cast.

The movie stars Nse Ikpe-Etim, Williams Uchemba, Toni Tones, Michelle Dede, Karibi Fubara, and Buchi Ojieh. With Jemima Osunde and Blossom Chukwujekwu also reprising their roles from the first movie.

Quam’s Money will be available in cinemas across Nigeria from the 11th of December 2020.

Check out the full trailer below:



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