This week's releases include “Star Trek” on DVD, Norah Jones' "The Fall" on CD and Sarah Palin's "Going Rogue" in books.
“Star Trek”: Capt. Kirk (Chris Pine) and his trusted team on the starship USS Enterprise boldly go where no man has gone before in this reboot of Gene Roddenberry’s sci-fi franchise.
“Bruno”: A flamboyantly gay Austrian television reporter (Sacha Baron Cohen) stirs up trouble through brutally frank interviews and painfully hilarious public displays of homosexuality.
“My Sister’s Keeper”: An 11-year-old (Abigail Breslin) who is expected to donate a kidney to her dying sister sues her parents (Cameron Diaz and Jason Patric) for medical emancipation.
“Wild Child”: When a spoiled brat (Emma Roberts) pushes her father too far with her outlandish behavior, he ships the Malibu princess off to a strict English boarding school.
“How to Be”: Dry British comedy stars Robert Pattinson as a twentysomething musician who moves back in with his parents in order to face a quarter-life crisis.
Next week: “Angels & Demons,” “Funny People”
“The Fall,” Norah Jones: Jones completes the transition away from her smooth cabaret beginnings toward a mellowy, arty, modern singer/songwriter.
“Them Crooked Vultures,” Them Crooked Vultures: Debut CD from music’s latest supergroup, which includes Dave Grohl, Josh Homme and John Paul Jones.
Next week: “For Your Entertainment,” Adam Lambert
“Going Rogue,” Sarah Palin: Former Alaska governor writes about her life, her decision to enter politics and her thoughts about the 2008 presidential race.
“I, Alex Cross,” James Patterson: In the 15th installment of his best-selling Cross series, Patterson has his hero track down the killer of his niece.
Next week: “Pirate Latitudes,” Michael Crichton