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This Egyptian Artist Re-films Iconic Cinematic Shots at their Current Locations & Photoshops them in the most Mesmerising Way



Egyptian artist Mac Toot pays homage to the Golden age of Egyptian Cinema through his new photography project. The artist obviously has a soft spot for old Egyptian films and has decided to grace us with these photographs that were taken at the exact same sites that his favorite cinematic shots were taken. Not only that, but the artist also photoshops the actual shot (with himself in the picture) into the new one (with the original actors). So, if you’re down for a nostalgic ride full of reminiscing and sentimentality, by all means, SCROLL DOWN:

1. Motarda Gharameya (1968)
Thawra street – Heliopolis

2. Sagheera 3al Hobb (1966)
Hegaz street – Heliopolis

3. Losoos Laken Zorafa2 (1968)
Haram street

4. Miramar (1969)
Raml Station – Alexandria

5. Al Layla Al Akheera (1964)
Anglican church – Alexandria

6. Zo2a2 Al Mada2 (1963)
Moez street – Cairo

7. Ghoroub wa Shorou2 (1970)
Belair building – Zamalek

8. Ayam wa Layali (1955)
Gabalaya street – Zamalek

9. Makan lel7ob (1972)
Behind Baron Castle – Heliopolis

10. Bein El Sama Wal Ard (1960)
Le Bon building – Zamalek

11. 3arous Al Neel (1963)
Al Gabalaya – Zamalek

12. Al Less Wal Kilab (1962)
By the Rifai mosque – Al Darb Al Ahmar

13. Ana Hurra (1959)
Tal3at Harb street – Downtown Cairo

14. Abi Fawq Alshagara (1969)
Sidi Gaber – Alexandria

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Russell Brand in Negotiations to Join Gal Gadot in ‘Death on the Nile’




Russell Brand is currently in negotiations to take on a role in the film ‘Death on the Nile’ that is based on Agatha Christie’s novel, and to be directed by Kenneth Branagh.

‘Death on the Nile‘ will be the sequel to “Murder on the Orient Express’ which was brought to life by Branagh in 2017. This new adaptation will follow the famous detective Hercule Poirot while he investigates a murder that took place aboard a Nile cruise touring Egypt, with a love triangle as a bonus!

The movie is currently in pre-production and Russell Brand might be joining the cast soon that already includes Gal Gadot, Kenneth Baranagh and Leitia Wright.

Shooting is set to begin this September, with the movie set to hit theaters in October 2020.


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Marvel Reveals Its Line-up For Phase 4 and Here’s The Complete List!




Marvel Studios finally let us all in on its plans for the next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as it just revealed its upcoming schedule during its Hall H panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday night.

They have announced at least 10 projects that we shall expect over the next two years, one of the biggest reveals during the comic-con convention is that Natalie Portman will wield Thor’s hammer and that Mahershala Ali will star in a new Blade project. There has also been a confirmation from Marvel that they’re working on movies featuring some of the studio’s recently acquired characters.

The following are the announcements that Marvel made during the panel and their release dates:

Black Widow, starring Scarlett Johansson and Rachel Weisz, arriving in theaters on May 1, 2020.

The Eternals, starring Angelina Jolie and Salma Hayek, arriving in theaters on November 6, 2020.

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, starring Simu Liu, arriving in theaters on February 12, 2021.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Elizabeth Olsen, arriving in theaters on May 7, 2021.

Thor: Love and Thunder, starring Natalie Portman, Tessa Thompson, and Chris Hemsworth, arriving in theaters on November 5, 2021.

There are of course a number of upcoming Marvel films that weren’t announced during the panel, including Black Panther 2, Guardians of the Galaxy 3 and Captain Marvel 2. All of which are currently in development, but the studios seem to be not ready to reveal more details just yet. Kevin Feige also confirmed projects for Fantastic Four and X-Men are in the works.

It is fair to say that Marvel is going to be quite busy over the next upcoming years, planning huge things for us. In return, we will also be very busy catching up to all those incredible releases!


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The Best Netflix Series That Are Making A Return This July




July was and still is a lit month for all the Netflixers what with all the series that have returned to our favorite streaming media provider. Now in case you aren’t keeping track, here are some of the best shows that have returned or is returning this month.

If you’re not excited about their return, meaning you haven’t watched any of them, well you have some serious catching up to do because these are a MUST WATCH.

1- La Casa De Papel, Part 3

The third part of our favorite Spanish series has finally returned after a VERY long wait, the show is about professional criminals who plan an elaborate robbery of the Royal Mint of Spain. Let me just tell you that everything about the series, from the plot to the cinematography, is mind-blowing. 

Watch the trailer, Now!

2- Stranger Things, Season 3

Honestly the only series I have watched on Netflix that got my heart racing so fast, out of fear, horror and excitement. At the same time, gives me a really good laugh! Weird, right?

Well, ever wonder what the summer of 1985 was like in Hawkins, Indiana, after a monster from the Upside Down attacked it? Well, now you will know!

The trailer.

3- Workin’ Moms, Season 2

Yet to be released on July 25th, the series follows the lives of three moms after maternity leave and the challenges they face in raising their toddlers while trying to maintain their social life and career. A good laugh and at the same time perfectly portray the struggles of working mothers.

The trailer. 

4- Orange is the New Black, Season 7

Finally making a return on July 26 is the popular long-running drama showcasing the life of inmates at a women’s prison.

The teaser.

Happy binge watching!

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