‘Take Me Home’: Ooni of Ife Makes Hollywood Debut

He made a cameo appearance with the trappings of royalty and prestige.

The Ooni of Ife, His Imperial Majesty, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, has made his Hollywood debut in the movie ‘Take Me Home’.

He made a cameo appearance with the trappings of royalty and prestige.

In the film, the monarch plays a unique role befitting his throne as the custodian of Yoruba culture and tradition, bringing honour and authority to the entertainment industry.

He embodied the Yoruba nation’s historical origins, which are depicted in the film in a thought-provoking manner.

“Take Me Home” is about the quest for originality and one’s roots, which leads the characters to question the status quo and take action in the discovery of their destiny.

Shot in Hollywood Studios in California, United States, the film sheds light on the essence of Yoruba culture and tradition.

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The film tells the story of an American family who becomes trapped in a series of Pandora’s boxes after their daughter becomes possessed after wearing an African masquerade costume stolen during a tour in Ile-Ife.

In order to save their daughter’s life, the entire family is dragged into a new quagmire by the promises of two African immigrants.

Dotun Taylor, a historian, filmmaker, broadcaster, and cultural ambassador, produced the film, which stars Dave Sheridan, Amber Rivette, Felissa Rose, and Meji Black.

Nollywood actors including Abdullateef Adedimeji and Bayo Bankole, aka Boy Alinco, also make appearances.

According to Dotun Taylor, the horror-comedy movie will galvanise movie lovers both at home and abroad to reflect on their state of affairs.

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