The World's Alex Gallafent reports that Hollywood refuses to give up on Russian villains; film makers looked for new villains after the Cold War ended but now it's clear that Hollywood's fascination with Russian villains is not over.
A Russian filmmaker wants to set the record straight on the Mongol leader, Genghis Khan, and Sergei Bodrov has made a movie about the conqueror's early years, called "Mongol;" Beth Accomando has the story.
The World's April Peavey tells us about the all-female choir Scala. Based in Belgium, they've performed throughout Europe. After one of their songs appeared in a trailer for the movie "The Social Network," their own social network has grown worldwide.
Some Chinese are calling it the first great Chinese film of 2010. It's an online satire that has gotten more than a million hits since it went online a week ago. The hour-long film skewers Chinese officials. The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports.
For today's Geo Quiz we were looking for the altitude at which the Earth's atmosphere crosses over into outer space. That boundary is referred to as the the K-rm-n line. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with photographer Robert Harrison.
A new documentary depicts a top Khmer Rouge official's confession for the first time on video. The film, 'Enemies of the People,' provides new insight on the Killing Fields and Cambodia's horrific genocide. The World's Mary Kay Magistad has the story.