‘The Gray Man’ to be premiered in Egypt on July 13, before American & British cinemas
‘The Gray Man’ reunites Chris Evans with Russo brothers for the 5th time
‘The Gray Man’ to be released in Egyptian cinemas on July 13
Egypt’s movie ‘Captains of Zaatari’ is now available on Netflix
Top Netflix shows that you shouldn’t miss this period
Celebrating Global Accessibility Awareness Day With Expanded Languages, Screenings on Netflix
Five Arab women filmmakers receive grant through Netflix’s Fund for Creative Equity in partnership with AFAC
Egyptian Actors Syndicate defends Mona Zaki after being heavily criticized over her role in ‘Ashab Wala A’az’ movie
A few days after its release on Netflix, ‘Ashab Wala A’az’ (Perfect Strangers) creates a wave of controversy on social media between pro and against.
Netflix expands hardship Fund with Arab Fund for Arts, Culture to support regional film, TV community.
Netflix upcoming family series “WAFFLES & MOCHI” featuring Michelle Obama.
India’s Air Force asked Netflix to withdraw scenes from a film on Wednesday in which a veteran Bollywood actor wearing a military uniform uses offensive language.
Egypt’s film ‘ Rasayel el Baher’ is now available on Netflix.
Playing famous people comes with myriad challenges and Gillian Anderson had it tougher than most when she took on British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the new season of “The Crown” without any special effects.
The documentary was released globally in 190 countries with English dubbing and subtitles in over 30 languages.
Netflix wraps production on Abla Fahita’s first series ‘Drama Queen’
Netflix to release docu-feature “Secrets of the Saqqara Tomb” on October 28.
LONDON (Reuters) - BLACKPINK fans will see a softer side to the K-pop girl power group in a Netflix documentary in which its members open up about their journey from teenage trainees to global superstars.
The highly anticipated series is the first Netflix Arabic Original from Egypt and is based on the best selling thriller novel series with the same name “Paranormal” by the late Ahmed Khaled Tawfik.
An Indian court’s decision to stall the release of a Netflix Inc series on four Indian tycoons facing fraud allegations “freezes free speech” and hurts the company financially, the U.S. streaming giant has argued in a court filing seen by Reuters.