The hottest downloads on iTunes from the week ending November 15.
ITunes now offers all of the band's original studio albums plus a digital "box set."
New releases this week from the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Rihanna, Nelly, and Keith Urban.
Aronofsy’s Wolverine will not be a sequel to “X-Men Origins: Wolverine”, but will instead be a one-off, stand-alone movie.
Trailer: In the upcoming sci-fi action film Battle: Los Angeles, aliens attack Earth, and LA becomes a battleground. The film is due out March 11, 2011.
Bill Clinton was spotted on the set of 'The Hangover 2' in Thailand. The former president will make a cameo in the comedy sequel.
This trailer actually came out earlier in the week, and since its debut it has already circled the internet a few times. Unless something unpredictable happens, it appears that Disney might have a hit on their hands with Tron Legacy. Here’s hoping it is good…
The third Batman film, The Dark Knight Rises, is looking to cast a female villain, and although it is unclear who that villain is, we do know who might play her.
Based on the 1954 novel then film, The Eagle of the Ninth, The Eagle is a story of the Roman Empire stretching to the furthest extent of its power before being pushed back. In 140 AD while Rome was near the height of its global dominance, a small, soggy island…
In this week’s edition of our weekly viral videos: herding people, a puppy so adorable it might make you sick, and a football team develops a new offensive formation.
A new study shows that broadcast television has more curse words than it did five years ago, by huge margins.
Zooey Deschanel might join the cast of Marc Webb's new Spider-Man film as Betty Brant, a Daily Bugle reporter.
Users of Apple's new social network, Ping, will now be able to broadcast their music reviews and links to iTunes tracks directly through a new agreement, but Facebook remains an elusive partner for Apple.
The old media versus new media sparring match continues with another major network joining ranks against Google TV.
CEO Jason Kilar announced that Hulu has doubled its revenue in 2010. The streaming site brought in $240 million, fueling rumors of an imminent IPO.