WATCH: ‘Mr Bones 3: Son of Bones’ official trailer

‘Bones 3: Son of Bones’ is a South African comedy starring Alfred Ntombela, Leon Schuster, Jay Anstey, and Wandile Molebatsi as Gabrielle and Malabanga, respectively.

A young boy overcomes challenges to prove himself a man in the sequel to 2008’s ‘Mr. Bones 2: Back from the Past’ and 2001’Mr. Bones.’ Wandile Molebatsi and Jay Antsey star alongside Leon Schuster and Alfred Ntombela.

Mr. Bones 3: Son of Bones opens at the turn of the century, when we see (in flashback) two Boer soldiers burying the Kruger millions, then killing each other out of stupid greed, leaving the Kruger millions hidden in a graveyard in Kuvukiland.

In the present, a skinny businessman named Alvin (Moonsammy) and his Texan engineer partner Jack (Janks), along with their lovely guide Gabrielle (Anstey), are plotting to mine for oil in the virgin terrain, leaving it an oily disaster. Bones and Mathambo must figure out a way to outwit the jaded Westerners. Of course, as their scheme unfolds, there are a slew of additional unforeseen twists and turns, all of which are funny.

Read Also: ‘Money Heist’ finale part of Season 5 arrives this week

Alfred Ntombela starred in this South African comedy, which also includes Leon Schuster, Jay Anstey (“Legacy,” “Inconceivable”) as Gabrielle, and Wandile Molebatsi (“Deep State,” ‘Hear Me Move’) as Malabanga. Gray Hofmeyr, the prolific director who helmed the first two films and established cultural classics like “Isidingo,” “Suburban Bliss” (1996), and “Jock of the Bushveld” (1986), takes the reins.

Cast: Alfred Ntombela, Leon Schuster, Tumi Morake, Sans Moonsammy, Daniel Janks, Sthandile Nkosi, Jay Anstey, Jerry Mofokeng, Tobie Cronje, Bouwer Bosch
Director: Gray Hofmeyr
Screenplay: Leon Schuster
Music: Leon Schuster
Producer: Leon Schuster, Gray Hofmeyr

On screen Friday 15th April, 2022 at Nu Metro:

Watch Trailer

Dear Reader,
Every day, we strive to bring the most accurate, up-to-date, and complete information to our readers like you. It requires money to produce good journalism. We're asking for your help today to help us do more. Your contribution ensures that Metro Times can continue to provide good journalism to people all over the world.  Donate or sign up for as little as N1,000 to become a member. Learn more about our membership here

Bank transfers can be made to:
Union Bank Plc
Micnaij Media Ltd

Whatsapp: +234 701 162 0455

Leave a Reply