Finally, “Stepping Into Maggie’s Shoe” movie by Opeyemi Akintunde sets for YouTube release (Details)

Excitements, expressed in various forms, have been arranging themselves in the comment section of a post made to announce the release of “Stepping Into Maggie’s Shoe” movie on YouTube.

A few minutes ago, the leader of Deep Thot Films, Evang. Opeyemi Akintunde, announced via her official Facebook page that one of her novels adapted into a movie titled ‘Stepping Into Maggie’s Shoe’ would be released on YouTube.

According to Opeyemi Akintunde who wrote and produced the movie, the movie is set to to be released on ‘Deep Thots Films’ YouTube channel on December 1, 2023

Sharing a flier to accompany the announcement, she wrote:

“Exciting news! Based on popular demand, S.I.M.S is finally making its grand debut on YouTube! Get ready to unwrap the perfect Christmas gift for all Deep Thots Films and novel lovers as you get to enjoy S.I.M.S this beautiful holiday season with friends and family.

We are committed to giving you the best always. However, it would be a delight to have lots of people viewing SIMS… Millions of people  CAN WE MAKE IT HAPPEN? I believe we can, with God and our efforts…Oya tell everyone you know to subscribe to watch #SIMSONYOUTUBE

Our YouTube Channel Is @ DEEP THOTS FILMS”

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Stepping Into Maggie’s Shoe Movie Synopsis:

Pastor Maggie, who is the wife of handsome Apostle Ray dresses so shabbily, she is the concern of most young ladies in the church. Most of the single ladies in church wish to be in her shoes but they never knew how big the shoe is. The movie addresses issue relating to human endeavors ragging from infidelity in marriage, lack of contentment, impatience, jealousy amongst others.

Stepping Into Maggie’s shoes Cast:

Femi Jacobs, Liz Benson Ameye, Eucharia Anunoni, Juliana Olayode, Kolade Segun Okeowo, Emma Oh My God, Uche Macaulay, Opeyemi Akintunde and Kayode Babalola

Premiered in: Nigeria, UK (London)
Language(s): English

Produced by: Veronica Folorunsho
Directed by: David Kola Okeowo
Written by: Opeyemi Akintunde