What can we expect from Drive Angry, Nicolas Cage's second film of 2011? Looking like a member of a Nickelback cover band, Cage plays Milton: a grimacing, badass daddy who escapes hell to avenge his daughter and save her baby.
Try to imagine The Three Stooges as suicide bombers. That's the volatile concept behind the prickly new British farce Four Lions. Though the humour comes from a dark place, it's one of the funniest -- and at times bravest -- films made about the post-9/11 world we live in.
It's been four years since Radiohead released In Rainbows, and given the long wait, it's surprising that the band's new album The King of Limbs clocks in at just over 37 minutes, spread out over eight songs.
Move over Fab Four, there's a lady coming through. And instead of stories about falling in love and holding hands, she's got tales of heartbreak. British singer Adele has become the first living artist since the Beatles to have two albums and two singles in the top five of the U.K. charts simultaneously.
Statues of prominent figures have long been used to inspire civic pride and, taking a cue from Rocky in Philly, the city of Detroit is poised to get its own movie-inspired ambassador.