March 3, 2014
Dubai International Film Festival jury head favorite and "Blue Jasmine" lead actress, Cate Blanchett obtains the Oscar for "Best Actress in a Leading Role".
Lights, camera, close the slammer! A very naughty trio are doing some jail time in Cairo in a stage built by the production company "Al Adel Group".
Bahaa Soltan has come up with an unusual name for his upcoming album, which is set for release next month.
It's hard to move on in life after losing a child, but Hany Shaker's daughter's deathbed request has pushed him to launch "The Dearest of People" at last.
Having a bun in the oven, won't stop Donia Samir Ghanem from claiming her spot on the silver screen this Ramadan, especially not when her sister Amy is already in the holy month lineup.
We had high hopes for our region's Academy Award nominated-films, but the names of other films were announced winners instead. Here's the play-by-play of what happened, live-blogging style!
Is Tamer Hosny getting influenced by the likes of Snoop Dogg, or is the mystery blond he was pictured with just a friend?
We haven't seen her in a new film for a while now, but Ghada Adel is back into the movie scene with Egyptian comedian actor Mohammad Hunaidi.
After Tweeting a picture signing an obscure document about a week ago, Carole Samaha kept her fans on the edge of their seats as they waited to hear where in Europe she was agreeing to hold a gig.
March 2, 2014
Nancy Ajram teased her fans with a brand new look in a teaser from her upcoming music video.
Jennifer Lopez is beginning a fresh, new project that will debut at none other than her Dubai World Cup concert later this month.
Never a dull moment in Egypt! Here a list of where to go and what to see around the country this week.
Annual cultural festival attracted tens of thousands of visitors during 10 days of heritage-themed public programme and an international performance.
In tonight's Oscars, three wonderful Arab films will be competing for the famous golden statue. Who will win?
Janet Jackson's marriage to her Qatari billionaire may no longer be on "Dream Street", but the d-word isn't on the agenda, friends of the superstar assure.