Omar Sharif, the dashing, Egyptian-born actor who was one of the biggest movie stars in the world in the 1960s, with memorable roles in Dr. Zhivago, Lawrence of Arabia and Funny Girl, has died. He was 83.
NetRange, a leader in white label Smart TV portal solutions, has finalised a content deal with icflix, a leading video-on-demand streaming service for Jazwood, Hollywood and Bollywood content in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region.
Luxury real estate developer Damac Properties said work on its Hollywood-inspired Paramount Hotels & Resorts project in the Burj Area of Dubai, UAE, is moving forward at a good pace with 60 per cent of the superstructure already completed.
UAE national airline Etihad Airways has kicked off its global ‘Flying Reimagined’ brand campaign with a new television commercial (TVC) featuring Hollywood actress Nicole Kidman.
Kidman is both star and narrator of the
Dubai Parks and Resorts, a Meraas Holding company, aims to develop a zone themed to DreamWorks Animation characters within motiongate Dubai, a Hollywood-inspired theme park taking shape at Dubai’s newest leisure and entertainment destinati
New York-based celebrity designer Charlotte Ronson is set to present her Spring Summer 2015 collection during Fashion Week Middle East in Dubai, for the first time ever in the UAE.
Ronson, a favourite among Hollywood’s A-lis
Oscar-winning actor and groundbreaking comedian Robin Williams hanged himself with a belt in his Northern California home after he had sought treatment for depression, a coroner said on Tuesday, based on preliminary findings.
Damac Properties, a leading developer based in Dubai, is offering a special trip to Hollywood for all those who purchase a property at its high-end luxury tower in Riyadh.
This exclusive-Ramadan package includes a visit to the stu
Hollywood has missed out since Saudi Arabia banned cinemas in the 1970s, but residents may soon get to see movies at home on the same day as their release elsewhere in the Gulf in a new service promised by Saudi Telecom Co (STC).
Shirley Temple Black, who lifted America's spirits as a bright-eyed, dimpled child movie star during the Great Depression and later became a US diplomat, died late on Monday evening at the age of 85, a family spokeswoman said in a statement.