The Kingdom stars Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx and former "Alias" star Jennifer Garner. They play special agents who visit Saudi Arabia on a secret anti-terrorism mission.
"The Game Plan" is a family comedy starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, as a top professional quarterback who, all of a sudden, learns that he is a father.
Country super-group Rascal Flatts' new album "Still Feels Good" features "Take Me There," co-written by Kenny Chesney.
Tony Bennett "Sings the Ultimate American Songbook, Vol. 1" features 15 of the most popular songs of all time, including songs by Cole Porter and George Gershwin.
The Dave Grohl-lead Foo Fighters rock out on their new album, "Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace".
First lady of hip hop Queen Latifah releases a new album "Trav'lin Light," where she sings, not raps.
This week's "Family Guy," does a wickedly funny spoof of "Star Wars." Tune in at 9 p.m. EDT.
Hosted by film critic Richard Roeper, "Starz Inside" on the Starz network kicks off with "Fog City Mavericks: The Filmmakers of San Francisco," which looks at biggies in the film biz who call the Bay Area home. They include George Lucas, Francis Ford Coppola and Clint Eastwood. It premieres at 9 p.m. Monday.
Former President Clinton is scheduled to appear on "The Martha Stewart Show" for the full hour of her syndicated talk show on Wednesday (check local listings).
"Playing for Pizza" by John Grisham is a tale of a replacement quarterback who cost his team the AFC championship but finds a second chance after his professional football career goes belly up.
"The Coldest Winter: America and the Korean War" by late, great journalist David Halberstam, brings the characters of the conflict -- President Truman, Chairman Mao and George Kennan -- to life.
"Run" by Ann Patchett is the story of two families brought together by a tragic car accident.
"Knocked Up" stars Seth Rogen and Katherine Heigl. The two have a one-night stand that results in a pregnancy and they decide to take a shot at a relationship.
"Bug" stars Ashely Judd and is directed by Oscar-winning director William Friedkin. It's an adaptation of the chilling off-Broadway play by Tracy Letts.
"Dividing the Estate" starts Sept. 27 at the Off Broadway 59E59 Theaters. The 13-character play is written by Horton Foote, considered by some to be America's Chekov.