Here's what's going in the world of entertainment today:
- YouTube sensation Susan Boyle will perform on the finale of "America's Got Talent," according to People.
- Despite the success of "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" and "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra," don't expect a He-Man movie anytime soon. Warner Bros. and Mattel have parted ways on the long-planned project, according to Variety. Mattel still plans to shop the idea to other studios.
- DC Comics has been re-named DC Entertainment, according to Variety, which means you will see more DC superheroes in theaters, following the smash hit "The Dark Knight." "Green Lantern" is already in the works to hit the big screen.
- Ratings for the premiere of the CW's revival of "Melrose Place" were disappointing, according to EW.com.
- Variety reveals that the intended series finale for "King of the Hill" almost wasn't going to air this Sunday. Originally, the Fox network intended to air a run-of-the-mill episode as its swan song. Now fans of the second longest-running primetime animated series will get to see the final episode as it was meant to be seen (four un-aired episodes will run in syndication).
- The Orlando Sentinel reports that "Big Brother" will be back for a 12th season on CBS after strong ratings this summer.
- iReporters have been reviewing the new Tim Burton-produced animated movie "9," about bizarre creatures living in a post-apocalyptic world. Allen Mealey said it was "not bad, but not great either." Rajiim Gross gave the "visually stunning" movie a B+, and Kevin R. Farren was disappointed, saying it didn't offer much originality.