January 20, 2014
Music and sports, that's what the youth want! No food festival or fashion week at this year's Muscat Festival, but there will be Majed Al Mohandes and Carmen Suleiman in concert!
"The Square" is a film about the Egyptian Revolution and what the Egyptian people have been doing since 2011. This is a review of the 2013 production.
After limiting his acting participation to only two TV drama series this year, Lebanese and Egyptian ones, Syrian actor Bassel Khayat has decided to go the extra mile and star in a third drama this year.
Wael Jassar refused to discuss his religious views, yet is soon coming out with a religious music album!
The sexy Zorro will come to life on stage in Abu Dhabi for the first time ever, in a dramatic theatre production that’s sure to blow your mind away.
The annual Qasr Al Hosn Festival will be celebrating the history of the fort and centuries of Emirati culture and tradition in the UAE starting this February.
Taking their art and music on the road, "Fabrica" is US bound until the 29th of January.
Mohammad Assaf is living the high life as he continues to mingle with yet more celebs in the entertainment world, only this time they’re all in the recording studio!
January 19, 2014
Is Egyptian actor Ahmed Ezz married to fellow Egyptian actress Zaina? According to rumors, the two got secretly married and Zaina is now pregnant with his baby!
Taking her practice of voting in every election with her when she moved to Egypt, Samira Saeed was definitely a part of the election process for the country's new amended constitution. Was she nay or yay, can you guess?!
Egyptian actress Bushra is over the moon after being nominated to star in a new TV drama series with none other than the awesome Egyptian singer Amr Diab.
If you enjoyed watching “Farah Layla” (Layla’s Wedding Day) last Ramadan, then that was it. Laila Elwi has scrapped the idea of a sequel for the successful show this Ramadan season.
The National Unity Film Festival in Bahrain "will help the public know about the rare era in the history of Arab cinema" as they screen 35 of the country's films.
UAE peeps still get fraudulent cold calls like those on "The Wolf of Wall Street", but this film does little to empathize with the unfortunate folks whose life savings were dissipated. Of course, if you've watched the film in a cinema over here, the plot is rendered incomprehensible anyway!
Our region's stars have topped the 100 influential people list compiled by the Foreign Policy Magazine in 2013. #winning