Update: What You Should Read This Week — Potato Potahto will hit the Nigerian and South African cinemas on the 24th of November and Ghanaian cinemas on the 30th of November, 2017.

1. Game of Thrones actor dies

British actor Roy Dotrice has died at the age of 94. Dotrice was known to Game of Thrones fans for his brief role as Wisdom Hallyne the pyromancer in season 2. LINK

2. Anthony Mackie, one of the star in Avengers, to film in SA early 2018 — The Blue Mauritius

International film distribution and production company D Street Media will begin production on the big budget the Blue Mauritius early next year, and it’s set to bring some top Hollywood actors to Cape Town. New to the cast is Anthony Mackie, of Avengers fame. By Lance Witten. LINK

3. British Actress, ANthony Lysette accuses Weinstein Of Rape

Lysette in an interview with the Sunday Times, said she reported the rape allegations to police in London last week and that she had spent years of her life trying to forget what she described as a “pathetic, revolting” attack. LINK

4. Joe Jonas And Sophie Turner Are Engaged!

The Game of Thrones actress posted a photo with the caption “I said Yes.” and Jonas posted the same with the caption “She said Yes.” LINK

5. French President Working to Rescind Weinstein’s Legion of Honor Award

In another blow to Harvey Weinstein after he was ejected from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, France’s president said Sunday he was working to rescind Weinstein’s prestigious Legion of Honor award. LINK

6. Potato Potahto will hit the Nigerian and South African cinemas on the 24th of November and Ghanaian cinemas on the 30th of November, 2017.

7. New Movie Cooking: Title - Forever & Never

Alex Ekubo took to Instagram to announce this new movie currently in production. Wait for it!

8. RMD wins Best Actor for ‘Three Wise Men’

Richard Mofe-Damijo has won the Best Actor award at the just concluded Abuja International Film Festival (AIFF). RMD, as he is fondly called won the diadem for his role in ‘Three Wise Men’, a faith-based film produced by Opa Williams. LINK

9. You shouldn’t Skip This — -> What Is The Dumbest Line You’ve Ever Heard In A Movie?

Share the dumbest, cheesiest, most unintentionally hilarious movie line you’ve ever heard in the dropbox below, and your submission could be featured in a future BuzzFeed Community post or video! LINK

10. Genesis cinemas begin pan African expansion

Genesis Cinemas has announced its’ partnership with Actis, to launch premium cinema operations in Douala, Cameroon. Over the next few years Genesis Cinemas will launch operations in several African cities as it strives to become Africa’s first Pan-African cinema chain. LINK

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