Momo Casablanca is riding high post Hollywoo. After sharing screenspace with Jamel Debbouze andFlorence Foresti in "Hollywoo" he will next be seen in financial thriller 'Cities' opposite Hollywood star Clive Owen and Anil Kappor. The Roger Donaldson directed project will be launched this year and some parts of the movie will be shot in Mumbai and Morocco. The film is being described as a cautionary tale about greed and ambition that takes place on a global scale in three colliding story lines set in the exuberant months leading up to the Dow Jones all-time stock market high. The three involve a New York-based hedge fund manager (Owen) who has everything he wants - money, sex and power - but he wants more; a young couple in London that just wants to buy their first home, something that seems impossibly out of reach; and a Mumbai cop, who fights against corruption between property speculators and his colleagues, one of whom will be played by Kapoor. Donaldson co-wrote the script from an original script titled Extreme Cities, written by Glenn Wilhide. They are planning to begin shooting the movie in October in London, Paris, Morocco, Mumbai and New York. Momo Casablanca's international career is shooting up post his role as a "Thief" in Frederic Berthe and Pascal Series's Hollywoo.