M-Net Movies Men of Action Pop-up Channel Available on DStv Channel 111 –


What do Denzel Washington, Vin Diesel, Samuel L. Jackson and Idris Elba have in common? As well as being some of the biggest names in Hollywood, these are the main men who will be on the explosive new M-Net Movies Men of Action pop-up channel in the new year.

On DStv Channel 111, Men of Action will feature blockbusters and classics featuring big names with even bigger guns.

High octane movies include the grainy 21 bridges, featuring the late Chadwick Boseman; the hilarious The Hitman’s Bodyguard with Ryan Reynolds and the Ridiculously Fun Snakes on a plane with Samuel L. Jackson; Inside the man with Denzel Washington; and A man apart with Vin Diesel.

Read: DStv will offer open access to customers this weekend, from Friday 24 to Sunday 26 September

Other channel highlights include:

  • American mobster: One of Denzel Washington’s most famous roles, the film tells the story of the rise and fall of drug lord Frank Lucas.
  • Pacific Rim: Starring Idris Elba, this sci-fi action film directed by Guillermo del Toro is set in the future, when the earth is at war with sea monsters.
  • Peak hour: The Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan comedy is a modern cop pal classic, and it’s about a Hong Kong cop who teams up with a Los Angeles cop to solve a kidnapping case.
  • Central information: Action hero Dwayne Johnson and comedian Kevin Hart team up for a fun comedy. A mild-mannered accountant is sucked into the spy game by an old high school buddy.
  • The Last Witch Hunter: Vin Diesel dives into the fantasy subgenre in this film where he plays a witch hunter who pursues an enemy he thought he had destroyed long ago.

The channel will be available to DStv Compact, Compact Plus and Premium customers, with the movies also available on DStv Catch Up.

The channel will be available from January 21 to February 6, 2022.

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