Kemi Adetiba Teases ‘King of Boys 3’ And Upcoming Projects
The filmmaker has disclosed that she is working on three different projects.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Kemi Adetiba is back with three new projects after the 2021 publication of her previous work, King of Boys: The Return of the King.
Today, April 27, 2023, the director teased her upcoming films online. King of Boys 3, To Kill A Monkey, and Welcome to the Fourth are the three new releases.
This is the first time the latter has been mentioned, although Adetiba earlier this year revealed the third installment of her wildly popular King of Boys series.
An image of the director, Sola Sobowale, and Seun Kuti together with the announcement was shared online, along with a promise of a “wild ride” for the show’s viewers.
Following the release of KOB 1 in 2018 and the acclaimed reception of KOB, the sequel, which debuted as a Netflix exclusive three years later, comes the third installment.
With the poster, Adetiba announced the release of To Kill A Monkey in 2022 and signaled its impending arrival on the big screen.
“Bending to the threatening messages I’ve been receiving, I’m super excited to announce our next project and film from the KAV stables…”TO KILL A MONKEY”, she wrote on Instagram.
The director added, “…We’re so excited for this new journey. But most importantly, we’re most excited to share it (and our new movie-baby) with you. And with all that said and done… We look forward to seeing you all at the box-office.”
There isn’t much information available regarding the three projects’ release dates, stories, or development schedules.
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