By EW Staff
August 27, 2009 at 07:38 PM EDT

Movies DVD: Rudo Y Cursi

As sibling soccer players on rival teams, Y Tu Mama Tambien co-stars Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal are a kick in this Spanish-language sports comedy. Read the EW review

TV Marked series premiere (History Channel, 9 p.m. EDT)

History Channel’s take on the tattoo genre looks at how the body art has indicated extreme dedication or passion to a code, family, or set of ideals or principles for decades. How’d flame-covered roses and naked ladies become the tattoo du jour? Find out.

Music Time Flies When You’re Having Fun, Smokey Robinson

Time has flown so fast for the masterful Motown singer-songwriter that he’s just reached the 50th anniversary of his first national hit (the Miracles’ “Bad Girl”). Smokey celebrates on this reflective album, including a cover of Norah Jones’ “Don’t Know Why.” Read a recent EW Q&A with Smokey Robinson

Books The Longshot, Katie Kitamura

Kitamura delivers a KO with her debut novel about a mixed martial artist aching for a comeback. Read our review of ‘The Longshot’

Tech Gear: Steering Wheel for iPhones

We thought this steering wheel was a joke when images of it made the rounds a few weeks ago, but unlike wizards and true love, it turns out that this is real! Driving games on your iPhone or iPod Touch take on a new level of vroom-vroom reality with this adapter. Buckle up! Buy it

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