John Boyega To Star In & Exec Produce South Africa-Set Feature 'Dream Collect'?

From Shadow and Act Tue Feb 19 2013, 12:05:43

What's this? @JBoyega starring as lead in the feature film Dream Collect in South Africa and also the executive producer?! #powwww That was a tweet last night from John Boyega's manager in the UK, Femi Oguns. Nothing followed it, so I of course immediately asked Oguns for more details on this project, tagging Boyega as well, hoping one of them will respond. But, as of this morning, still no reply. I doubt that I'll get one. So this is all we have to go on right now. As the tweet states, Boyega will apparently be starring in and exec producing a South Africa-set feature film titled Dream Collect. I searched, using various combos, hoping that I'd find something...

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