October 20, 2012
Egyptian Singer Mutsafa Qamar is nervously awaiting the premiere of his latest film, “Juwa Al Li’bah” (Inside the Game), which is set to see a murder mystery, and our star aims to solve it.
Lebanese superstar Assi Helani has been appointed and United NAtions Goodwill Ambassador and hopes to improve the living conditions of thousand of his compatriots.
October 19, 2012
In a shock move, Egyptian superstar Tamer Hosni has forbidden the launch of his new brides, and former contestant on the talent show ‘Star Academy”, Basma Bosi new album.
Lebanese superstar Ragheb Alama has announced on social networking site Twitter that he is to produce a song sung solely in the Iraqi dialect, much to the delight of his fans.
Karim Abdel Aziz is set to team up with his favourite director Marwan Hamed to turn Ahmad Murrad's popular novel “Al Fil Al Azraq” (The Blue Elephant) in to a movie, with Abdel Aziz playing the lead role of an alcoholic psychiatrist.
October 18, 2012
May Hariri has stunned the Arab world by her confession that she finds her 'excessive beauty' disturbing, and said that she considers herself to be the most beautiful Arab star, before getting her claws in to fellow celebs
Rapper and business magnate 50 Cent launched his SMS Audio line on the sidelines of the Gitex Technology Week in Dubai on Wednesday.
Close on the heels of the premiere of the Middle East’s very own The Voice, the X Factor is on its way here again – and producers are all set to cast hopefuls starting next month.
He might be the Arab world's most famous poet but at one point he was just an Arab immigrant struggling to adapt to American life. Playwright, Nadim Sawalha thinks it's a story that will make sense to a UAE audience.
Jordanian acting super star, Eyad Nassar, plays a lowly railway bookseller in the upcoming movie “Sa’ah wa Nusf" as he tries to move away from being typecast and show fans and critics alike just how versatile an actor he really is.
'The Patience Stone,' the second feature film of Paris-based Afghan novelist and filmmaker Atiq Rahimi had its Middle East debut this week at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival.
The self-proclaimed artist says he does himself well, as he talks to Gulf News about his up-coming projects.
A show dedicated to finding Egyptian talent with a panel of Moroccans and a Lebanese presenter.
The controversial actress is not likely to be popular with Muslim audiences with the timing of her new sexy flick.
The Emirati artist finds inspiration in the local landscape, painting reality as he sees it.