Mariam Fares retreats from WWIII
Lebanese singer Mariam Fares has suddenly and at the last minute pulled out of the film “Al Harb Al Alamieh Al Thalitha” (World War Three).
Mariam was about to sign the contract for her role when the deal was called off because of the extremely high wage her business manager was demanding. The producer of the film refused to agree to the singer’s manager condition of paying her 10 thousand US dollars in addition to 3 thousand for every filming day she has.
Previously, Mariam had agreed to star in the new Egyptian film, written by Sabri Al Huwari.
Young Egyptian actor Ahmad Izz and Tunisian actress Hind Sabri star in the film.
The film is a real-life drama about the possibility of a third World War erupting in the Arab world.
Mariam was to play the role of an Arab woman who befriends foreign soldiers, marking her debut in the acting world.
Recently, Mariam released a new music video for her single “Nadini” (Call Me), from her album “Nadini Mariam” (Call me Mariam), under the production of ‘Music Master.’
The video was shot in five rooms of a dormitory style building and in each room Mariam plays a different character. Each of her different looks presented throughout the clip matches the décor of the respective room.