Disney announced the development of a film of African fairy tales "Sade" with the Nigerian-American producer and director Rick Famuyiwa.
Sade, according to Disney news during the weekend, will be centered on an African. The film was presented by the Nigerian writer Ola Shokunbi and the American writer Lindsey Reed Palmer and was later bought by Disney
Shokunbi and Palmer write the screenplay of an African girl named Sadé whose kingdom is threatened by a mysterious evil force.
Sade accepts his newly discovered magical powers to protect his people with the help of the prince of the kingdom.
Famuwiya will produce and Scott Falconer will produce executive production through his Verse production banner.
He is well known for writing and directing, among other things, the award-winning award-winning film "Dope". Flash & # 39 ;, & quot; Confirmation & # 39; and & quot; Our Family Wedding & # 39 ;.
Although a director has not yet been appointed, Tendo Nagenda and Zoe Kent oversee the project for the studio.
Disney was hugely successful in 2018 with Marvel's hit movie "Black Panther" in the fictional African nation of Wakanda.
The film had global revenues of $ 1.35 billion. He is the third highest domestic artist of all time at $ 700 million