Directors of the upcoming sequel ‘Sugar Rush’ have announced that filming of the action comedy has been completed one month after production began in Johannesburg, South Africa.
FilmOne Entertainment producer, Mimidoo (Achineku) Bartels confirmed the news online along with behind-the-screens (BTS) clips from the movie set featuring leading ladies Adesua Etomi-Wellington, Bisola Aiyeola, and Bimbo Ademoye.
Appreciating Jade Osiberu, the film’s producer, along with the cast and the crew, Bartels wrote, “#Sugarrush2 Is A Wrap! Epistle deserved! So I met Jade Osiberu when she was about to make Isoken but worked much closer with her on the release of #SugarRush 1, but men to see her work on set on this #SugarRush2, I think to say I dey work, she is VERY much an AMAZON in all sense of the word!”
The producers have kept mum on the project, only revealing the return of the three sisters and award-winning Martinican filmmaker Khris Burton coming on as director.
The original movie follows the exciting lives of the three sisters in a comic race against time to recover a significant sum belonging to a dreadful crime lord in the original.
The film features Bimbo Ademoye, Adesua Etomi, Bisola Aiyeola, Mawuli Gavor, Uchemba Williams, and Toke Makinwa.
‘Sugar Rush’ sequel is a Greoh Studios production in partnership with FilmOne Entertainment, EME and Jungle Filmworks.