Jeff Bridges returns to the world of "Tron" in "Tron: Legacy," Disney's hope for a blockbuster new franchise. But there's another iconic pop culture character getting the big-screen treatment this week, isn't that right, Boo Boo?
Yup, the bear with a hankering for your pic-a-nic basket comes to life in "Yogi Bear," a combination of animation and live-action that finds a documentary crew heading to Jellystone Park, home to the always hungry Yogi (voiced by Dan Aykroyd) and his nephew Boo Boo (Justin Timberlake).
Of course, if you're not part of the kids set, there's the return of filmmaker James L. Brooks, whose latest relationship comedy, "How Do You Know," stars Reese Witherspoon, Owen Wilson, Paul Rudd and Jack Nicholson.
Not even 18 months after his sudden death, Michael Jackson fans can shell out for the posthumous album "Michael," featuring 10 tracks by the King of Pop. Guests on the record include Akon, Lenny Kravitz and 50 Cent.
Elsewhere, an "American Idol" also-ran is out with her debut album. "Farmer's Daughter" is Crystal Bower-sox's bid for musical success. Its 12 songs includes a cover of Buffalo Spring-field's "For What It's Worth."
Maya Angelou. What do you think of when you hear the name? Probably not cooking. But the famed poet shares recipes and tips for eating in her new book, "Great Food, All Day Long: Cook Splendidly, Eat Smart."
Also included are recipes for things to eat at any point during the day. Sections include meat, vegetarian, soups and desserts.
'Town' on DVD
The Ben Affleck career renaissance continues with "The Town," out this week on DVD and Blu-ray. The movie just left area theaters, but if you didn't catch it there, it tells the story of a group of Boston thieves led by one man who tries to go straight. The critically applauded film co-stars Affleck, who also directs, Jeremy Renner and Jon Hamm.
For more of the week's new multimedia releases, see E3.