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The Get Out and Black Panther star Daniel Kaluuya has confirmed he will be premiering his latest movie ‘Queen and Slim’ in Uganda, come this 14th of February.

The British actor and writer of a Ugandan descent who gained international fame with his starring role in the horror film Get Out, for which he was nominated for a string of awards before moving on to Marvel’s Black Panther and the Steve McQueen thriller Widows will be premiering his movie for the second time at Kingdom Kampala, the first premier having happened in the United States last November at the American Film Institute Festival.

Queen and Slim which is an American crime drama that also features Jodie Turner Smith a Jamaican actress.

The event will be basically an invite only red carpet our buzzers having learnt organizers of the Premiere only put aside 100 tickets that will be sold on a first come first serve basis.

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