“”The gods are still not to blame” : To hit the big screens!

The movie “The Gods Are Still Not To Blame” directed by Funke Fayoyin and produced by Mohammed Ayoub, Byron Ene and Funke Fayoyin is set to re-live the adaptation of the original work Odeipus Rex and Nigeria’s adaptation, The gods are not to blame, by Ola Rotimi.

The movie unveils the cast of Gabriel Afolayan, Carol King, Iretiola Doyle, Bayo Alawiye, Seun Akindele, Gloria Anozie-Young, Kareem Adepoju, Akin Lewis, Yemi Elebuibon, Dele Odule, Bukky Ajayi, Moji Olaiya, Nobert Young, Funsho Adeolu, and Omowunmi Dada

Those who studied literature in school or love reading wide, will be familiar with the story. In this movie, a child is born to King Adedoyin, and with the naming ceremony in progress, the diviner declares that the new baby will kill his father and marry his mother. His mother connives with one of her maids to adopt the baby and relocates to her native land, Cameroon, in order to avert the prophecy. Twenty-eight years later, the young man returns to his homeland where he will fulfill the prophecy…

Hmm… let’s see as this film adaptation goes…

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