A poignant animated film from Sylvain Chomet, an album with infectious tunes from Brian Setzer, a show and book about a location with rumored alien sightings, and more recommendations.
Ashton Kutcher has finalized his contract to join Two and a Half Men, filling the spot left empty when the show's previous star was fired in March.
In Djibouti, a foreigner's early-morning jogs open up a world of curious encounters.
Father and son reignite a stalled project before childhood slips away.
Internet's easy access has pumped new life into ancestor research.
Based on a true story, 'The First Grader' is an uplifting tale about a Kenyan ex-freedom fighter who finally gets to attend school in his 80s.
Antonio Banderas plays a private detective with a seemingly simple assignment that turns into a nutty escapade in 'The Big Bang.'
In 'Everything Must Go,' Will Ferrell portrays a salesman who has just lost his job and been kicked out by his wife.
Kristen Wiig: More subtle than 'The Hangover,' 'Bridesmaids' still has a strong gross-out element, which Saturday Night Live's Kristen Wiig excels at.
American Idol has had more than its share of elimination drama this year. Thursday night James Durbin was added to the list of surprise American Idol eliminations.
Princess Diana: A photo showing Princess Diana alive after the 1997 car accident will be shown in 'Unlawful Killing,' a documentary screening a Cannes Film Festival on May 13. The use of this Princess Diana photo in the film is controversial.
American Idol contestants were treated to Lady Gaga as a mentor and girl-power surged. Among the American Idol final four, Lauren Alaina and Haley Reinhart delivered Wednesday, while the boys faltered.