Nomzamo Mbatha has bagged another Hollywood movie

Written by on 8 March, 2023

Nomzamo Mbatha, the talented South African actress, philanthropist and television personality, has recently been making waves in Hollywood. She has just landed a major role alongside none other than the legendary Bruce Willis in the upcoming action thriller “Assassin.”

The news is bitter-sweet as this movie will be Bruce Willis’ last as he was diagnosed with dementia. In 2022 Willis announced that he was retiring from the movie business after his diagnosis. The film will be released on March 31, 2023.

The news of Mbatha’s casting in “Assassin” has been met with excitement and praise from fans and industry insiders alike. Many are hailing it as a breakthrough for Mbatha, who is seen as one of the most promising young actresses in Africa.

This will not be Mbatha’s first Hollywood film. She made her Hollywood debut in the sequel of the 80s classic movie, Coming 2 America in 2021 as Mirembe. She has previously starred in local films including Tell Me Sweet Something (2015), All About Love (2017) and The Jakes are Missing (2015).

South African entertainment industry been getting a lot of international recognition actress, Thuso Mbedu has been doing amazing things also starring along the likes of award winning actress Viola Davis on the Women King, Zakes Bantwini and singer Nomcebo Zikode won a Grammy Award last month, Black Coffee continuing doing amazing things internationally featuring the like of Drakes and playing along the likes of legendary Busta Rhymes.

Mbatha herself has said that she hopes her success in Hollywood will inspire other African actors and actresses to pursue their dreams and believe in themselves. She has also expressed her gratitude to her fans for their support and encouragement.

Overall, the news of Nomzamo Mbatha getting a role with Bruce Willis is a testament to her talent, hard work, and determination. She is on her way to becoming a major player in Hollywood, and we can’t wait to see what she does next.

 


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