Karim Abdel Aziz, Ahmed El Sakka, Hunaidi and Ahmed Ezz are competing for Egyptian cinema revenues in an uncertain season

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Cairo – “Al-Quds Al-Arabi: Ten days separate us from the blessed Eid Al-Fitr, which this year is witnessing a great competition among Egyptian movie stars, for the revenues of theaters, although it is an unsecured season, given the strength of the third wave of the spread of the new Corona virus (Covid 19).
Karim Abdel Aziz enters the competition with the movie “Some Don’t Go to the Authorized Twice” and presents in the film a journalist who disguises himself as different personalities to reveal the facts. The film discusses a number of important social issues in Egyptian society.
The film co-stars, Dina El-Sherbiny, and Majid El-Kedwany. It was written by Ayman Wattar, and directed by Ahmed El-Gendy.
The first appearance of Karim Abdel Aziz as a child was in the movie “Some Go to the Authorized Twice”, directed by his father, Muhammad Abdel Aziz.
For Ahmed Ezz, the film “The Knower: The Return of Younes” is presented, written by Muhammad Al-Sayed Bashir, directed by Ahmed Alaa El-Deeb, and it is produced by Tamer Morsi, and co-starring Ahmed Fahmy, Mahmoud Hamida, Carmen Busais, and Mustafa Khater.
The film discusses the issue of the war of minds. Ahmed Ezz embodies the character of “Yunus”, who lives with his wife and infant daughter in an apartment in the center of the country. He resorted to robbing a bank via the Internet and enters into a conflict with a dangerous gang.
Ahmed El-Sakka continues to present action films, in the movie “The Spider”, in which he returns to work with Mona Zaki, where they formed a successful duo and presented a number of films that were admired by the masses.
The movie is about a drug dealer wanted by justice, who manages to manufacture a new type of drug, and enters into several chases with the police.
The film, written by Ahmed Nader Jalal and directed by Ahmed Nader Jalal, stars Ahmed El Sakka, Mai Zaki, Dhafer Abdeen and Yousra Al Lozi.
As for the movie “Moses”, it belongs to the “science fiction” genre about the invention of the first robot in the Middle East.
The film is written and directed by Peter Mimi, and produced by Tamer Morsi, and co-starring Iyad Nassar, Karim Mahmoud Abdel Aziz, Omar Al-Shennawi and Zafir Al-Abidine.
The fifth film, which competes for the revenues of the Egyptian theaters, is “Qamar 14” written by Mahmoud Zahran, directed by Hadi Al-Bagouri, starring Khaled Al-Nabawi, Ahmed Al-Fishawi, Bayoumi Fouad, Muhammad Alaa, Khaled Anwar, and Muhammad Jumaa. The film reviews five love stories under circumstances. Different.
Lebanese Haifa Wehbe competes with the film “Ghosts of Europe”, which discusses the issue of poverty through a wife who gives birth to six twins, and her husband sells three of them, without her knowledge, and leaves him and travels abroad. Many complex relationships arise between brothers after the passage of time. The film was written by Karim Farouk, screenplay by Amin Jamal, directed by Mohamed Abdel-Rahman Hamaki, and co-starred by Ahmed El-Fishawi, Mustafa Khater, Arwa Judeh, and Bayoumi Fouad. Comedy also has a share in the Eid al-Fitr films, where Muhammad Heneidy presents the movie “People and the Mongoose”, which revolves around a simple young man who works in a government job, but is exposed to many problems, and he tries to solve them and gets involved in bigger problems.
The film was written by Karim Hassan Bashir, directed by Sherif Arafa, and co-starred with Heneidy, Menna Shalaby, Amr Abdel Jalil, and Bayoumi Fouad.
Producer Ahmed El-Sobky presented the promo of the movie “Dido” in preparation for its showing on Eid Al-Fitr. It revolves in a comic context about the young “Dido” who, accompanied by his friends, decides to steal a rich world, but he discovers the matter and is able to transform them through an experiment from his experiences into minds They fall into many paradoxes and exciting adventures.
The film co-stars Karim Fahmy, Hamdi Al-Mirghani, Bayoumi Fouad and Ahmed Fathy.
Tamer Hosni is showing the movie “Not I”, which revolves around Hassan, who suffers from psychological problems, and co-stars in the film, Hala Shiha, Majid Al-Kadwani and Hajjaj Abdel-Azim.



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