Green Hornet mania is sweeping the blogosphere, as the first trailer for the masked superhero – played by Seth Rogen – is now available for public consumption. But will the movie be like every other action comedy, or will it break new ground?
Stars seem to be stumbling over themselves to get to the neediest regions and biggest causes, like the Gulf oil spill. Is celebrity activism meaningful, or is it just another PR move?
Renowned CBS News anchor and reporter Walter Cronkite (r.) is seen in a March 1981 file photo with President Ronald Reagan. Dubbed 'the most trusted man in America,' Cronkite broke stories such as President John F. Kennedy's and Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassinations and the landing on the moon. Cronkite died in his home in July 2009.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (c.) visits a cholera treatment center run by the Rev. Franklin Graham's relief organization, Samaritan's Purse, in Cabaret, Haiti, on Dec. 11. Ms. Palin arrived in Haiti as part of a brief humanitarian mission in the impoverished nation struggling to overcome postelection violence and a cholera epidemic.
Conan O'Brien's comedy tour, 'The Blind Side' out on DVD, 'The Fantastic Mr. Fox' and more top picks.
HBO’s World War II blockbuster ‘The Pacific,’ Norah Jones’s new tour, ‘Up in the Air’ on DVD, and more.
Hollywood has long been intertwined with politics, especially Democratic causes. That holds true for most of the political cash donated by this year's Oscar nominees. A Best Supporting Actor candidate heads the list.
Stanley Tucci: Best Supporting Actor nominee for ‘The Lovely Bones.' Donated $250 to Democrats.
But some fresh faces appear in the Best Actress category with Carey Mulligan (‘An Education’) and Gabourey Sidibe (‘Precious’).