‘Yesterday Doesn’t Die’ brings new generation stars together
The Egyptian director Magdi Abu A’mirah selected the young stars Hanan Tork, Rania Farid Shawki and Sumayyah al Khashab to take starring roles in his new series Ams La Yamout (yesterday doesn’t die) scripted by Mohammed Safaa A’mer.
Amer forms a formidable TV duo with Abu A’mirah who offered many successful series during the months of Ramadan over the past years, including Thiab al Gabal (mountain wolves), al dou’ al Shared (running light) and al Firar Min al Hobb (fleeing from love).
“The series to be produced by the Media Production City and which will be shot there early next year was set to be aired during the forthcoming fasting month of Ramadan,” Abu Amirah told the London-based Arabic daily al Sharq al Awsat.
He added, “Mamdouh Abdel Alim or Hisham Salim may take the man starring role in the series.”
Abu Amirah reiterated his determination to direct the series Nuqtet Nitham (discipline point); a series also scripted by Mohammed Safaa Amer and is still not given the green light by censors. The director said that he wouldn’t forfeit the series direction particularly in view of the acceptance of the Egyptian film star Noor al Sherif to play the starring role in it -- Albawaba.com
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