And now it's time for our arts and culture segment with Michelle Kim. Today, I hear she has news about the Rolling Stones and a new movie.
[Reporter : ] Hello Han-ul
So what's new with the Rolling Stones[Reporter : ] The legendary British rock group has recently announced four concert dates as part of its 50th anniversary celebration. Take a look.
The Rolling Stones will play four concerts on two continents as part of celebrations for their 50th anniversary.
The band will appear first at the 02 Arena in London on November 25th and 29th and then at the Prudential Center in Newark on December 13th and 15th.
Rumor has it that those dates won't be the band's last, and that the tour will continue in 2013, but nothing has been confirmed.
For those of you who can't make it to London or Newark, the final concert will be broadcast live on pay per view.
All four members of the band -- lead singer Mick Jagger, guitarists Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood and drummer Charlie Watts -- are performing together for the first time in five years.
They'll be on a stage designed around the band's trademark tongue and lips logo, which will be enhanced by video screens and high-tech effects.
As part of the 50th anniversary celebration, the Stones will also be releasing a new greatest hits album called "GRRR!" on November 12th and the Museum of Modern Art in New York will be hosting an exhibition about the band called "The Rolling Stones: 50 Years on Film," that opens November 15th.
"Crossfire Hurricane," a documentary chronicling the group's rise to superstardom will premiere at the London Film Festival on Thursday and can be seen on HBO on November 13th.