The much awaited premiere of Yvonne Nelson’s latest movie-‘If Tomorrow Never Comes’ came off last Friday June 5, 2015 at Silverbird cinemas at both Accra Mall and the West Hills Mall in Accra.
Even though quit a sizeable number of movie lovers and fans of Yvonne trooped the respective cinemas to watch and meet their favorites stars, attendance at both cinemas was a bit disappointing as compared to attendance to the premieres of her previous movies.
It would be recalled that Yvonne’s “Single, Married and complicated” premiere last year broke records of any other movie premiere event at the Silverbird Cinemas as the movie that recorded the highest attendance but that was not the case last Friday.
It was indeed an odd moment for a movie premiere following the recent flood disaster and Goil fire explosion, the robbery attempt at the West Hills Mall and the general sorrowful mood of Ghanaians would be contributing factors to the poor attendance but the true fans came out in their numbers to be part of the ceremony.
Actress and Producer of the movie Yvonne Nelson nonetheless had a lot to be thankful for.
“We did it guys! In unity there is strength! Thank you to all who made it to the epic of a movie premiere, amidst the week’s bad news. The black outfit is not just for the little boy Kweku but who perished in Accra flood. We thank God for all that He gives us. Amen,” she said the media.
Present at the premiere included Yvonne Nelson, Becca, Kweku Elliot, Khareema Aguiar, Adeyemi Okawlanwon, Bismark the Joke, Kafui Danku, Lucky Lawson, Pascal Amanfo, Fred Nuamah, Prince David Osei, DKB, Bismark the Joke and others.
The movie is currently showing at the Silverbird Cinemas at Accra Mall and West Hills Mall for those who missed the premiere.
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