July 31, 2013
Abeer Sabri is starring in three TV dramas right now, including "Good Mood", but the dancing scenes in “Al Walida Basha” (Mother is a Pasha) are bringing her off-screen drama too!
Young Egyptian singer, Dina El-Wedidi, has travelled the world for her music career. But, her hometown Cairo remains the inspiration for her latest album.
YouTube is the place to be if you wanna get discovered by international stars. Haifa Wehbe was the latest celeb to snatch up a new talent off the video channel!
Tunisian singer Ghalia Ben Ali will be replacing Iraqi singer Baidar Al-Basri at the Hayy Festival this Thursday.
Teenagers find Ramadan series the best tele soaps aired in the entire year. But are those shows affecting family dynamics?
Two of MENA's top directors have made their way into the 70th Venice Film Festival.
July 30, 2013
Heartthrob and singer Wael Kfoury is said to have put a smile back on his wife's face. No divorces on the horizon then?
Actress Rania Yousif is no stranger to white dresses and wedding bells. She's been divorced twice, and now she's trying her luck at marriage once again. Could it be third time lucky for her?
Egyptian actress Somaya Al Khashab is still seven indoor episodes away from a much-needed break. She, like many Ramadan drama stars, is bordering exhaustion from all the filming!
Oh, Amal, how we’ve missed your scandalous self! We're ready for the singer's new track.
At a time when Egypt is facing major political instability, Tunisian singer Nawel Ben Kraiem travelled from France to Cairo to brighten up their day.
It’s been years in the making, but it appears that Egyptian actor Farouq Al Fishawi has finally let bygones be bygones, making a public appearance with his granddaughter and her momma for the first time.
It's festival season next month, and Amman is preparing for some beautiful performances at its equally beautiful Citadel in August.
Show business is tough, and actress Ghada Abdel Razek is so miserable that she posted a picture of her crying on Instagram. Can things really be that bad?
The Jordanian short film "Ismail" has made its way through both the Doha Tribeca Film Festival and the Palm Springs International Short Film Festival and now is gracing the third edition of the Arab Film Festival-Amman with its presence as well.