Peter Mimi’s latest 1952-set thriller, Karmouz War, saw a release in Egypt over the summer and now the film will be setting sail in the marketplace courtesy of Premiere Entertainment Group. The Los Angeles-based company has launched talks with buyers for the film which stars Amir Karara opposite action star Scott Adkins, and is penned by Mimi from a story by producer Mohamed El Sobky.
I imagine further retooling will be applied for any Western profusion of Peter Mimi’s latest, Karmouz War. Needless to say, he’s got something pretty feasible on his hands with local Egyptian actor Amir Karara starring as a police officer during the tumultuous reign of King Farouk – Egypt’s last king.
With a swathe of projects coming in through next year, actor and martial artist Scott Adkins is adding to the list having headed to Egypt for his latest endeavors, Thus, advancing the production of the new movie, Harb Karmooz (Karmooz Wars), is director Peter Mimi who also rejoins Amir Karara, the star of Mimi’s recent framed fugitive TV series drama, Kalabash.