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مشاركة عبد الحليم حافظ ونجاة الصغيرة في أولى حلقات Moon Knight

The participation of Abdel Halim Hafez and Najat Al-Saghira in the first episodes of Moon Knight | news

Egyptian director Mohamed Diab took advantage of his opportunity to direct a work from the largest production company in the world, Disney, to highlight Egyptian talents and art.

Mohamed Diab was not satisfied with appointing the musician Hisham Nazih, the editor Ahmed Hafez and some Egyptian actors, but he used two Egyptian songs from the “Golden Age” in the first episodes of the series that were shown yesterday, and they are “Blame Maak” by Najat Al-Saghira and “Loss Loss” by Abdel Halim Hafez.

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Rapper Jay-Z’s “Big Pimpin'” plays in one of the scenes of the first episode in which Steve Grant appears in his gift shop. And Jay-Z’s song is originally based on Baligh Hamdi’s melodies for Abdel Halim Hafez’s song “Kshasra Khasaa” by Abdel Halim Hafez.

The presentation of the first episode, which includes the Nightingale song, coincided on March 30 with the anniversary of his passing.

The song “Kisaa Losa” was produced in 1957, and written by Mamoun Al-Shennawi, and it was sung by Al-Andalib Al-Asmar as part of the events of the movie “My Dreams Boy”, co-starring Abd al-Salam al-Nabulsi, Hassan Fayek and Mona Badr, directed by Helmy Rafla.

The song “Blame Maak” by the great artist Najat Al-Saghira, composed by music composer Hani Shenouda, and written by Abdel Rahim Mansour, plays in a scene where “Stephen” is waiting for his girlfriend in a restaurant.

Male Mohamed Diab In an interview with FilFan.com He wanted to highlight Egyptian talents at work, stressing: “Egypt is full of talents, and I hope that they will participate in many works like Moon Knight.” He added, “Marvel was impressed by all the Egyptians involved in the work and they want to work with them again.”

Mohamed Diab in the special show of Moon Knight

Moon Knight revolves around Stephen Grant, a quiet employee in a gift shop who struggles with not remembering what happens during certain periods and seeing memories from another life, and finds himself possessing the powers of the Egyptian god Khuncho.

Moon Knight

The series stars Oscar Isaac, Ethan Hawke, and May El Qalamawy, co-directed by Aaron Morehead and Justin Benson, and written by Jeremy Slater.

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