The Web site for the new film "A.I." seems more like a computer game than movie promotion.
It's at jeaninesalla.com, and the site is reminiscent of "Myst," filled with characters, stories and graphics that weave a mysterious tale.
Jeanine Salla is the central character at the Web site and is listed in the movie as a "sentient machine therapist." Salla is not a real person, but a Warner Brothers marketing department creation.
Much of the site deals with the murder of Salla's friend, Evan Chan. Salla thought Chan had died in a boating accident, but finds out there was foul play.
Each click of the mouse brings an Internet surfer deeper into the story of Chan's death and Salla's life.
This is one of the most innovative and intriguing sites in recent memory.
Canada may be known for producing hockey players and tasty beer, but it's not exactly the center of the hip-hop universe.
But Kardinal Offishall may change rap's stature north of the border.
Offishall, who comes from Toronto, has signed with MCA Records and has a new album, "Quest for Fire." He will appear at Vibe.com Tuesday at 8 p.m.
Angelina Jolie has been flexing her muscles on screen and at the box office for the movie "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider." It's one of the hits of summer, and Jolie fans can find out more about her at movies.excite.com.
The site includes Jolie's biography, a list of all her films and television appearances, as well as other information.