The United Arab Emirates film community is mourning the death of Tim Smythe, who was known in Hollywood as the Dubai go-to guy for pics including "Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol," "Syriana,"…
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Rob Schneider's questionable appeal will be put to the test in "Rob," a series said to be loosely based on his life, about a guy who marries a stunning, considerably younger Latina and inherits her…
It takes a lot to impress globetrotting location veteran Douglas Dresser, but he was duly smitten during a trip to Dubai last year.
If you build it they will come. This motto appears to have worked in a number of ways for Dubai, a city synonymous with growth and prosperity.
The first feature substantially funded by Dubai feels as soulless as the city in which it unfolds.
Halcyon Co. toppers Derek Anderson and Victor Kubicek are developing a fifth instalment of the man-vs.-machine franchise.
Dubai has declared itself open for business to the world's film biz. Some dozen Bollywood pics have shot in Dubai in 2006 alone. With a slew of Mideast-related films on the slate of many Hollywood…
Although played on potentially fertile turf, "The Game" feels pretty artificial and stages all its action near midfield. It's the kind of predictable attack meant strictly to hold the line…
Regis Philbin has the chance to be a double Daytime Emmy award winner this year. Philbin was nominated for both outstanding talkshow host and gameshow host on Wednesday.
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