The new film featured the original main actors like Murphy, James Earl Jones, Arsenio Hall, Shari Headley and John Amos.
The film was premiered in Africa on Friday 5 March - just a day after it was launched in US. This movie will give so many Africans joy. Not to talk of the fact that, many African artistes and entertainers represented is well in the film.
Fans of singer-songwriter Davido (who performed one of his songs in the film), will have a chance to see him in cinemas across Nigeria, starting from today.
The 'assurance' musician tweeted the personalised invitation he collected from the US premier on Thursday.
Another African who shines in the film, is a Nigerian-American actor Rotimi (full name Olurotimi Akinosho) who acted as son to Wesley Snipes character.
Nomzamo Mbatha, the actress from South African, who hit the television series Isibaya, will also be seen by her fans at the southern region of the continent.
And Ghanaian/Liberian-American actor/comedian Michael Blackson (Real Name Jafari Ferguson) did not waste time to tweet the films screenshot where he dressed like a militant.
Dej Jam Recordings who released 'Rhythms of Zamunda' said they planned the project to be a "Pan-African one that will bridge the distance between countries and cultures... with music from Western, Eastern, and South Africa."
Nigerian superstars Tiwa Savage and Tekno, late DJ Arafat from Côte d'Ivoire, Prince Kaybee and Msaki of South Africa, and Fally Ipupa from Democratic Republic of Congo and Locko from Cameroon, all played their part to loud African music to the world.
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