The Showbuzz Weekly Forecast

Paris Hilton poses for a studio session to promote her new single 'Stars Are Blind,'
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This week's highlights include the season premiere of "Prison Break," the release of albums from Paris Hilton and Danity Kane, Andre 3000 and Big Boi star in "Idlewild," and the 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards honors the best in television.

MOVIES:

Andre 3000 and Big Boi, both members of the hip-hop group Outkast, star as partners in a 1920s speakeasy in "Idlewild", opening Aug. 25 The film also stars Terrence Howard and Paula Jai Parker.

Mark Wahlberg and Greg Kinnear star in the true story of a 30-year-old Philadelphia bartender who tries out for a spot on the Eagles in "Invincible', out Aug. 25.

Also opening Aug. 25 are the family film "How To Eat Fried Worms" and the drama "The Quiet" starring Elisha Cuthbert.

MUSIC:

Paris Hilton releases her debut album, "Paris," which she says offers a very "eclectic" mix of music.

Danity Kane, an all-female group put together by Diddy on MTV's "Making of the Band," releases its self-titled debut album.

Hip-hop and R&B artist Kelis celebrates her birthday Aug. 21, then releases her latest album, "Kelis Was Here," the following day.

TV:

Michael Scofield (Wentworth Miller), his brother Lincoln Burrows (Dominic Purcell) and a ragtag group of fellow cons made their "Prison Break" at the end of the show's debut season last year. This season, which premieres Aug. 21, the guys will try to stay alive on the outside.

Spike Lee unveils his Hurricane Katrina documentary, "When The Levees Broke: A Requiem In Four Acts," on HBO. Part one will premiere on Aug. 21 and part two will premiere on Aug. 22. All four hours of the documentary will air again on Aug. 29, the anniversary of the hurricane.