Hollywood's latest new couple, Jennifer Aniston and John Mayer, must be getting serious. That's after the former "Friend's" star introduced Mayer to her best friend Courtney Cox. The pair have been reportedly dating since April and have been seen out and about at various Los Angeles hotspots.
Usher is back in a big way. Four years after his "Confessions" rocked the charts, the soulful singer returns to the charts at No. 1 with his latest album, "Here I Stand." The disc moved 433,000 copies in its first week.
Apparently the force is with Barack Obama. Legendary filmmaker George Lucas has reportedly thrown his support behind the campaign of the presumed Democratic presidential nominee, calling Obama a real hero.
It's back to work for Tom Cruise, as production resumes on the set of "Valkyrie." The project, which was rumored to be dead after seeing its release date pushed back twice before, is expected to hit theaters in February. The latest buzz is that the World War II thriller is actually very good.
The new James Bond book, "Devil May Care" is a hit. The book, which has received strong reviews, has sold 44,000 copies in its first four days of sale. It was commissioned to mark the 100th birthday of the late Bond creator Ian Fleming.
Movie actress Sharon Stone will not be invited to next week's Shanghai Film Festival. The 50-year-old star's invite was pulled as a result of the controversy over her "bad karma" comments about last month's earthquake in China that shows no sign of going away.