Nomzamo Mbatha Shoots Her Shot At Marvel Studios

She is speaking things into existence!

By  | Jan 22, 2021, 01:24 PM  | Nomzamo Mbatha  | Top of The

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Nomzamo Mbatha is a woman who has achieved the unimaginable and is still going to achieve more because she stays chasing her dreams. The actress is going to have a bomb year this year, starting with the release of her highly anticipated film Coming 2 America.

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Nomzamo is not done yet with starring in American films. The star has just shot her shot at Marvel Studios, the creator of all things action/sci-fi. Most of your favourite superheroes were birthed by the Marvel geniuses so we can only imagine what superhero our girl could be.
The philanthropist shared a picture of her fictional cartoon character and it only makes sense that she tags Marvel Studios on Instagram, because why not. Her cartoon character looks like the superhero Storm, and Nomzamo’s version looks stunning.
Agreeing with her was musician Busiswa Gqulu who said, “It just makes sense.” Shawn Mkhize suspects that Nomzamo has something up her sleeves and we couldn’t agree more, “I wonder what you are up toooo baby sis you never stop to amaze me.” Nomzamo replied by saying the universe is speaking, “I don’t know why the universe is prepayment for but I’m listening!”
Although things have not been confirmed just yet, fans will get to see the star in another Hollywood film and we are counting down the days. Word is Coming 2 America will now be released on March 5, 2021 on Amazon Prime. Nomzamo is listed with the lead cast members, but it is still not clear what her actual role entails.
Famous faces that Nomzamo is set to star alongside include James Earl Jones, Arsenio Hall and Garcelle Beauvais - who were all in the first movie. The likes of Wesley Snipes, Tracy Morgan, Rick Ross and Teyana Taylor will also star in the movie.

Taking to Instagram to thank her parents, Nomzamo wrote a lengthy post where she reflected on her amazing journey: "I am the product of many wishes, hard work, and black women's prayers. Grateful for the grace that has been bestowed upon my life.

"To my father who worked in a textile factory, you taught me the power of chasing my dreams and rewards that come with that. To my mother who is a teacher, you taught me tenacity and a whole lot of CHUTZPAH. Ngiyabonga SUTA noMANATU ... life dealt you bad hands but you taught me to never accept something that I COULD change."
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