Star News And Gossip
December 10, 2013
California dreaming worked for Saudi movie producer Mohammad al-Turki, as he shared at the Dubai International Film Festival
December 9, 2013
Horeya Farghaly faced an embarrassing moment when she attended Mohammad Al Soghayyar's show in Cairo.
Fans put Diana Karazon in the hot seat after posting a chilled out pic of her in a swimming pool. Oh, for shame!
This isn't the first time Omar Sharif has been accused of forgetting things, but has he actually been struggling with Alzheimer's for some time now?
The third season of "Sarkhat Rouh" tackles the dark world of prostitution in the Arab world.
She's been in hiding from the drama scene for the last few years, but our beloved Abeer Shams Al Din is ready to get back in the action at last!
Some were happy that she was in the finals, while others were happy that Jennifer Grout didn't win AGT! Which one were you?
Noura Al No’man’s goal to expand the science fiction genre in Arabic literature has seen her first novel Ajwan be one of five books to compete for the Best Young Adult Book Etisalat Award.
December 8, 2013
Hollywood comes to Dubai. American stars Cate Blanchett and Martin Sheen attend the opening ceremony of this year's DIFF amidst a strong selection of Arabic-language feature films.
Egyptian comedian actor Ahmed Helmy, AKA “The Prince,” and fellow Egyptian actress Nelly Karim will be starring together in the film "Suni' Fil Seen" (Made in China).
After months of watching, waiting and voting, the Arabs Got Talent final landed on our TV screens and Syrian supremos "Sima" were announced winners of the night!
What do you do when someone robs you? Sue them of course. Actor Mohamed Saad gets his revenge on thieving TV channels.
Samira Said has returned to the spotlight in a photo shoot dubbed as awfully similar to that of Egyptian superstar Sherihan's!
Jamalouki magazine scored big when they snatched Arab pop icon Elissa as their new editor-in-chief!
We're not the only ones in sorrow over the loss of an iconic political figure. Many of our region's celebs have taken to social media to remember the late Nelson Mandela.