– The Kenyan beauty will star alongside Diane Krugar, Penelope Cruz, Jessica Chastain and Bingbing Fan
– The trailer which was shared on Twitter on Monday, October 6, has since received 626.4k views, 977 retweets, 818 quote tweets and 2.6k likes
– The 355 is set to be released on January 15, 2021, by Universal Pictures
– Lupita will be playing the role of Khadijah
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US-based Kenyan born actress Lupita Nyong’o has made history again in the world of acting.
The talented Hollywood actress will be starring in an American spy thriller dubbed The 355.
In a poster shared on Twitter, the Kenyan beauty will play alongside Diane Krugar, Penelope Cruz, Jessica Chastain and Bingbing Fan.
The 355 official Twitter account shared a snippet of the movie and one thing you can be sure about is that Lupita continues to fly the country’s flag higher.
The film was directed by Simon Kinberg from a screenplay and co-written with Theresa Rebeck.
The trailer which was shared on Twitter on Monday, October 6, has since received 626.4k views, 977 retweets, 818 quote tweets and 2.6k likes.
According to reports online, The 355 is set to be released on January 15, 2021, by Universal Pictures.
Lupita will be playing the role of Khadijah, a former MI6 ally and cutting-edge computer specialist.
Earlier on, TUKO.co.ke reported that Lupita’s fans in Kenya and East Africa have every reason to be merry after the star did something very special for them.
The talented thespian revealed her hit children’s book Sulwe has been translated to Kiswahili and Luo.
TUKO.co.ke had earlier on reported how Lupita launched the English version of Sulwe which is an interesting and moving picture book about self-esteem and colourism.
In a tweet on Thursday, October 1, the actress said Sulwe’s Swahili and Luo translations will soon be distributed by Bunk Books.
The book will be available in all major bookshops across East Africa at about KSh 1,190.
Lupita urged parents and guardians of young children to take advantage of the translations and encourage their kids to absorb the new work in indigenous languages.
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