December 7, 2014
#BoycottExodusMovie is a social media campaign getting more viral by the minute because of the film's lack of minority representation.
A cameraman is not to happy with Ahlam and her hubby. He's accusing the latter of beating him up and breaking his camera!
The Egyptian National Film Festival runs 5-12 December. Screenings are being held in two halls at the Cairo Opera House, in addition to Alexandria's Freedom Centre for Creativity.
Last week, the Daily Mail published an exclusive interview with Mohammed Assaf, who made an emotional plea for Israel to stop killing Palestinians. Today, that story has been taken down, but why?
A new medication provided by the Egyptian government may mean a total cure for Egyptian actor Khaled al Sawi's Hepatitis C.
Ragheb Alama was under fire last week after allegedly taking a selfie at Sabah's funeral.
He's a talented regional fave, and now Omar Khairat is returning to Dubai this month.
Just when you thought you knew everything about the late Sabah, this comes to life...
December 6, 2014
When Christian Bale landed the part of Moses in Ridley Scott's "Exodus: Gods and Kings", he found unlikely inspiration in Monty Python's irreverent comedy film "Life of Brian."
December 5, 2014
After Al Jaras Magazine reported that Ragheb and Nancy had blocked each other online, the Lebanese superstar thought it proper to clear the air that all is well between him and Arabia's sweetheart songstress.
December 4, 2014
The Beirut and Beyond International Music Festival is back this December to showcase emerging artists deemed deserving of wider local and international exposure.
Sulafa Mimar is reunited with her former hubby, but their union can only be described as professional...for now.
With all 12 of Wael Kfoury's new songs appearing on the mobile app Anghami's Top 15 listened to songs, we'd say his latest album is a bit of a success.
Mahmoud Yacine celebrated last month when his war film was finally allowed to screen after its 10-year ban!
There's a little something for everybody to do in Israel this weekend, whether your preference is movies, music, or art.