BY Brandon Voss
June 24 2011 2:50 PM ET
10. DVD: Elektra Luxx
A sequel to Women in Trouble, Sebastian Gutiérrez’s fluffy indie comedy stars Carla Gugino as Elektra Luxx, a retired porn star on the road to reinvention. Friday Night Lights alum Adrianne Palicki — TV’s would-be Wonder Woman — plays Holly Rocket, a dim-witted porn pal with a major crush on an escort played by Entourage’s Emmanuelle Chriqui. Look for a sensual lap dance dream sequence and a label-shunning confession.
9. MUSIC: We Dreamed These Days, Michael Feinstein
Recorded with the Carmel Symphony Orchestra, the latest solo album from five-time Grammy nominee Michael Feinstein features the gay crooner’s cool spin on Peter Allen’s “I’d Rather Leave While I’m in Love,” Neil Sedaka’s “The Hungry Years,” and the title track, which sets Maya Angelou’s words to Feinstein’s original melody. All proceeds will benefit the Feinstein Foundation and the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel, Ind.
8. TV: Visionaries: Tom Ford
Premiering June 24 on OWN, this documentary covers Tom Ford's debut women's wear show in New York last fall, his guest editorship of Vogue Paris, and the opening of the Tom Ford flagship store in Beverly Hills. It’s an unprecedented look behind the seams of the private designer and A Single Man director — “I've never let anyone film me like this before,” he says — who explains his penchant for open shirts and up to five baths a day.
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