Black Swan trailer now online
It won’t be in theatres until later this year, but the trailer for director Darren Aronofsky’s new film, Black Swan, is now on YouTube. The film about a ballerina has a little bit of everything; dance, sex, and even demons. This is Aronofsky’s follow-up to The Wrestler and it stars That ’70s Show’s Mila Kunis and Academy Award nominee Natalie Portman.



Rolling Stone Magazine
The music magazines gets soaked in blood for its newest edition, with a cover featuring True Blood’s Alexander Skarsgard, Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer. The TV threesome are naked, except for a few blood spray patterns. The article inside reportedly offers True Blood creator Alan Ball’s thoughts about vampire sexuality.

City Island
Andy Garcia’s crowd pleasing City Island comes to DVD and Blu-Ray on Tuesday. Set in a quaint fishing community on the outskirts of New York City, the movie stars Julianna Margulies, Academy Award-winner Alan Arkin, and Emily Mortimer.

Big Pony
What kind of passion do you represent: Sport, seduction, adventure, or maybe style? Ralph Lauren now has a scent for you, with its new line of fragrances to appeal to a younger, 20- or 30-something generation. The bottles are numbered and come in bold primary colours.

Wake Up or Die Poor
Unsure what to do with your finances? Author Christina Quinn offers up some advice on how to get your disposable income working for you in her new book. She wants you to think of yourself as a business, with rules designed to make sound financial and purchasing decisions.

Man of Steel
Fans of the Man of Steel will want to pick up this guide to everything, well, super. This A-to-Z look at everything from Abdul (a genie who emerges from a lamp found by Jimmy Olson) to Zynthia (a character in the Superboy comics) is essential reading and offers interesting insight into characters and storylines.

Telephone, the Office Version
Lady Gaga’s popular song got a nine-to-five makeover with an office-based parody. Instead of Gaga being led to a prison cell, a look-a-like is escorted to a cubicle, where she is forced to work. The lyrics has also received a makeover: “Just a week / vacation and I know where I would be / Party in New Delhi / With our outsourced I.T.”