January 29, 2014
The American-Arab Anti Discrimination Committee (ADC) Tuesday called on the international humanitarian organization, Oxfam, to drop Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson as ambassador for accepting to be a Brand Ambassador for SodaStream.
The stage hasn't seen her in eight years, but Egyptian actress Rania Farid Shawki is ready to return to the theater in the new play "Al Shaeb Lama Yefalsi" (When the People Flee), sporting a new look.
Scarlett Johansson has come forward to defend her deal with Israeli company SodaStream International after being heavily criticized by Palestinian activists.
Yes, it does touch on the unique, sensitive subject of homosexuality through the eyes of an adolescent, we'll give it that, but "Family Secrets" still doesn't make the mark when it comes to a plot that makes sense or believable acting.
Maryam Saleh, Donia Massoud and Youssra El Hawary from Egypt are among 9 women featured on 'Sawtuha', a newly released song album by German label Jakarta Records.
Husband and wife, Qamar Khalaf and Mehyar Khaddour, are starring in a new TV drama series together... again!
Maya Diab has made another fashion statement by dying her hair blueee!
Rumor has it that superstar Amr Diab was rushed to hospital on his recent trip to Dubai.
Among the 30 African films screened within the 43rd edition of International Film Festival Rotterdam are Ahmad Abdalla's Rags and Tatters and Hind Meddeb's Electro Chaabi.
January 28, 2014
Who is going to say no to scheduled shows in the US and Canada? Certainly not Tamer Hosny! The superstar will start his North American tour in just a couple weeks, leaving filming for his upcoming TV drama on hold until March.
A new album in the works and two upcoming dramas in the mix, but no "Memory Card" film on the Khaled Salim slate, despite the gossip going around that he's landed the leading role.
In celebration of “Police National Day” and the third anniversary of the January 25 Revolution, Hani Shaker held a grand performance at the Cairo Opera House.
Is Egypt getting a dose of déjà vu with its current political climate? That's certainly the suggestion of the show "Sadik Al-Omr" (Lifelong Friend) scheduled to air on Arabic television in July.
2013 was a weird year for satirist Bassem Youssef, but his 2014 looks like it's set to be a great one, as he prepares a comeback with his controversial show on MBC Misr.
With an international itinerary that makes globetrotters salivate, the Dubai-based travel TV show hosts are starting their jet setting journey in Mumbai this week.