Global streaming platform Amazon Prime Video has announced that Jade Osiberu’s action-thriller ‘Brotherhood’ will hit the streaming service on January 27, 2023, after spending 14 weeks on the big screens.
Premiering in theatres on September 23, 2022, the film opened with US$118 808,67, earning US$264 490,46 in the second week.
BMA understands that the film crossed the US$446 397,40 bar in its fourth week, a huge win as it was contending with international titles like ‘The Woman King’ and ‘Black Adam.’
Following its debut, ‘Brotherhood’ has earned US$732 091,74, becoming Nollywood’s highest-grossing title of 2022.
Directed by Loukman Ali, the film narrates the story of twin brothers who find themselves in opposite directions of the law after the tragic death of their parents when they were young. One becomes a police officer, while the second becomes an armed robber. The former has to hunt down the latter and bring him to justice.
The film stars OC Ukeje, Falz, Sam Dede, Boma Akpore, Toni Tones, Tobi Bakare, and many others.
According to media reports, Brotherhood joins Prime Video’s catalogue following Osiberu’s first-of-its-kind deal with the Amazon studio that will see her company, Greoh Studios, create and develop TV shows and movies exclusively for the platform.
‘Brotherhood’ will be available for streaming on Prime Video on January 27, 2023.