Morocco is scheduled to host the filming of a group of international cinematic productions, most notably the second part of the famous film “The King of War,” starting next March.
The American magazine “Variety” revealed that filming the famous film will take about 40 days in Morocco, under the supervision of the “Casbah Films” company, owned by Moroccan producer Karim Dabbagh, as the film will give the opportunity for many Moroccan technicians to participate in filming it.
The magazine specializing in art and celebrity news confirmed that the “King of War” filming crew will include between 400 and 500 members, including 100 people from the United States of America, and the rest of the individuals from Morocco, as the Moroccan producer confirmed in his statement to “Variety” that the Moroccan elements were formed. well in this field.
In a related context, Hollywood star Nicholas Cage is participating in filming the film, which will be directed by New Zealander Andrew Nicol, in the presence of many stars, including Jared Leto and Eaton Hawke.
The story of the famous film tells the story of a Soviet arms dealer, played by the hero Nicholas Kabbaj, as he travels to third world countries that asked the Soviet Union to purchase light and heavy weapons due to being involved in a bloody civil war in 1989.