Capsule reviews of films opening this week: "Buried" - Ryan Reynolds has been cast as a sardine.
NEW YORK - The New York Film Festival is opening with the premiere of "The Social Network" at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall.
NEW YORK - When Mike Tyson looks back on his friendship with Tupac Shakur, he thinks about the rapper's big heart, explosive anger - and the one regret he has about their relationship.
In "Going the Distance," Drew Barrymore plays a quick-to-laugh, ambitious young hipster who loves cool indie bands, "Shawshank Redemption" and playing the old arcade games in bars.
Divorced. Single dad. Golf game still to be determined.
- Can Orwell, Vonnegut, Austen lead you to love?
- Angelina Jolie says Pitt is 'wonderful father'
- Fincher's 'Social Network' to open NY Film Fest
- Meet the 'Big Brother 12' houseguests
- Review: Third 'Twilight' eclipses chapters 1 and 2
- Wade's priority this summer isn't free agency
- Parents turning 'Babies' into baby's first movie
- Avett Brothers' success brings distance from fans
- 'As the World Turns' matriarch Wagner dies at 91
- Sandra Bullock's divorce cites discord as grounds
- People: Bullock is divorcing James, adopting baby
- Website: Bullock is divorcing James, adopting baby
- At 40, Lopez balances motherhood, marriage, movies
- Burke writing about motherhood's delicate dance
- Jerry Springer hosts new GSN dating game show
- Jesse James apologizes to Sandra Bullock, his kids
- Winfrey's best friend says she'll miss her TV show
- Brotherly love a required element for some skaters
- Review: Mel Gibson returns in 'Edge of Darkness'
- A look at "The Amazing Race" teams
- Review: Tennessee Williams' 'Teardrop Diamond'
- Review: Downey's no Sherlock Holmes, but it works
- Review: Love's simple-minded in 'It's Complicated'
- Review: News isn't good for 'About the Morgans'
- Review: Blunt rules with zest as 'Young Victoria'
- Dsquared2's Caten twins launching into limelight
- Review: 'Nine' adds up few numbers shy of Fellini
- Review: Bridges is brilliant in 'Crazy Heart'
- Review: Firth dazzles in radiant 'A Single Man'
- Review: 'Lovely Bones' trades soul for spectacle
- 4 Jackson brothers reunite for A&E miniseries
- Review: 'Ninja Assassin' sports a dull blade
- Study: kids watching hours of TV at home daycare
- Review: Humor falls flat in 'Women In Trouble'
- Review: 'Fantastic Mr. Fox' is mighty fine