January 13, 2015
This past Friday, Murdoch tweeted: “Maybe most Moslems [are] peaceful, but until they recognize and destroy their growing jihadist cancer they must be held responsible.” An unimpressed J. K. Rowling had something to say to that!
His signature number may be 442, but Mohammad Assaf has waaay more fans than that!
Cyrine Abdel Nour's film "Sou Tafahum" (Misunderstanding) is ready for the theater next month.
George and Amal Clooney headed to dinner in Hollywood after their first Golden Globes appearance as a married couple.
For once, her fans were gentle in their comments about Mais Hamdan's modern new look.
Maggie Gyllenhaal, who plays a Jewish businesswomen attempting to build bridges in the Mideast conflict and whose real life mother is Jewish, was one of several stars with Jewish or Mideast ties at this year's Golden Globe Awards.
The cultural Jeddah heritage festival is kicking off this Wednesday, and will last for ten fun-filled days.
He's in town for his "Taken 3" premiere and shared his affinity for the "gypsy existence of acting".
January 12, 2015
Why did City Stars, a mega mall that houses multiple movie screening halls, refuse to screen Egyptian superstar Amr Waked's El-Ott?
He won't tell us much except that he's super pumped to do a show on his love and passion for soccer.
Move over Mia Khalifa, rumors are doing the rounds in the Hashemite Kingdom that Jordan's got talent too and she's called Diana Ayyoub!
Everyone was convinced he was dead last month, but now a source reveals that Syrian actor Fahed Al Najjar was seen recently in a Damascus cafe? What the...
Jet setting to the Emirates for her gig with Amr Diab at the Dubai Shopping Festival, Nancy Ajram was grateful for the break from the cold.
You'd think she was their BFF the way they celebrated Samira Said's recent birthday. Her adoring fans were all about her big day.
Farouk Hosni spoke out against his country having banned the Hollywood blockbuster "Exodus: Gods and Kings” based on alleged historical inaccuracies. Leave it to the media to refute the history, and the audience to critique the film.