LilWin reveals intriguing details about his upcoming movie project

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Ghanaian Kumawood actor and comedian Kwadwo Nkansah, widely known as Lil Win, has shared exciting details about his upcoming movie project titled 'A Country Called Ghana.'

As a prominent figure in the Ghanaian entertainment industry, LilWin has featured in numerous Kumawood movies and TV shows, showcasing his talents not only as an actor but also as a musician and producer.

Discussing his forthcoming movie project, LilWin disclosed that it would take the form of a two-season series. He explained, "It would be a series but it would be just 2 seasons. Usually, series are long; it would be tough for me to do a long series, so it’s just 2 seasons."

The actor aims to tailor the series for Netflix but acknowledges the need to demonstrate his ability to attract viewers. To achieve this, he enlisted the participation of Nigerian actors in the project. LilWin emphasized that he is solely funding the project and intends to submit it to Netflix upon completion. His ultimate goal is to secure funding from Netflix for future ventures, enabling him to undertake more ambitious projects in the future. He defended the collaboration with Nigerian actors, drawing parallels with the common practice in Hollywood movies, which often feature actors from various countries.

LilWin stated, "Even Hollywood movies feature actors from China and India. For any project you want to work on, it is best that you get people from other countries to work with." He clarified that the inclusion of foreign actors in his project is limited to three to four individuals, emphasizing that such collaborations enhance the overall quality and appeal of artistic endeavors.

Furthermore, LilWin revealed that the series would be presented in English and the local dialect. The storyline revolves around a group of foreigners finding themselves in a Ghanaian village where only LilWin's character speaks English.

The cast includes notable Nigerian stars such as Ramsey Nouah, Awilo Sharp Sharp, and Charles Awurua, alongside Ghanaian talents like Omar Krupp, Paa George, Afriyie Forson, and LilWin himself. Despite expressing a desire to involve Ghanaian English-speaking actors, LilWin cited funding constraints as the reason for their exclusion from the current project.

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