Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Fred Nuamah and girl friend in France

Producer and CEO of Ghana Movie Awards, Fred Nuamah, last week caused a stir in France when he also represented Ghana at the 65th Cannes International Films Festival which paraded world super stars.
The subject of current discussions among industry players in Ghana is whether he went there to fight a cause for Ghana’s movie industry or he just went there for his personal reasons.
Some snapshots that reached NEWS-ONE over the weekend captured Fred erotically resting his hands on the waist of a certain beautiful lady, who could pass for an actress or a model.
He walked the red carpet with the same lady as though they were a couple and this is generating some sort of controversy as the identity of the lady remains unknown. Fred is not married yet.
NEWS-ONE can confirm that a lot of his friends in Accra tried to find him a wife but he always opposed it.
Now speculations are rife on whether Fred might have a lover in Europe, and thus the reason for his numerous travels to the continent.
Rumours indicate that this could be the lady Fred walked the red carpet with.
He is currently in Paris and it was difficult contacting him to disclose the identity of the lady.
Fred first attended the 65th Cannes Film Festival red carpet on Wednesday, May 23 alongside other world stars, when four times Oscar nominee, Brat Pitt’s latest movie ‘Killing Them Softly’ was screened at the international festival.
Popular Ghanaian actress Jackie Appiah earlier walked the red carpet during the festival’s opening on Wednesday May 16. 
Fred and a number of other Ghanaian stars such as John Dumelo, Prince David Osei, Roselyn Ngissah, and others joined the festival last week courtesy  Ghana Movie Awards.
Fred went to watch Pitt’s new movie and had the opportunity to share the red carpet with him. 
The movie is described as a gangster movie with a difference that reflects economic crimes. It is currently one of the major movies in the US media.
 “Pitt tells audience in Cannes that the film about underworld reflects criminality underpinning the US's financial crisis.
“Brad Pitt’s latest film is a gangster movie, but with a difference. As the action plays out against the backdrop of the 2008 financial crisis, with its final scene taking place on the night of Barack Obama’s election victory, Pitt's character Jackie bleakly assesses the state of the nation: America is not a country, it’s a business,” The Guardian reported.
Australian director Andrew Dominik, who was behind ‘The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford’, was the movie’s director while Pitt also produced it.
The 65th Cannes Film Festival kicked off in France last Wednesday May 16 and climaxed on May 27 2012.
A lot of top rated films have been screened at the event.
Stars such as Chris Pine, Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Ewan McGregor, and Bill Murray have all walked the festival’s red carpet.

Credit: NEWS-ONE


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