The highly anticipated fourth season of the beloved detective show Veronica Mars (which dropped suddenly and one week earlier than expected this past Friday) should give the titular character’s loyal “marshmallows” plenty to be happy about and leave them wanting more.
This week’s new releases include: the musical Burlesque, starring Christina Aguilera; James Franco’s drama, 127 Hours; the farcical dramatic comedy, Love and Other Drugs; plus a look at Faster, and Bambi.
New releases this week on Blu-ray and DVD include: the steamy Tamara Drewe, starring Gemma Arterton as a journalist looking to say goodbye to her home town; Middle Men, with Luke Wilson as a problem solver trying to make a fortune off of the early days of Internet pornography; the light drama, The Romantics, with Katie Holmes and Anna Paquin; plus a look at the comedies You Again, and Life As We Know It.
Opening this week at a theatre near you: Christina Aguilera and Cher star in the musical, Burlesque; Disney debuts their latest animated comedy, Tangled, starring Mandy Moore; Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal fall for each other in Love and Other Drugs; and a look at Faster, starring Dwayne Johnson.
Superstar singers Cher and Christina Aguilera will finally share the big screen together on November 24 as director Steven Antin’s steamy Burlesque opens in theatres.
Opening this week in theatres: Carey Mulligan and Keira Knightley star in the emotional drama, Never Let Me Go; Oliver Stone returns to direct the sequel to his classic 80s film, Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps; plus a look at Legend Of The Guardians: The Owls Of Ga’Hoole and You Again.
Arriving this week on store shelves: Disney returns to form with the animated gem, The Princess And The Frog; Astro Boy makes his feature film debut; the vampires and the werewolves fight it out in The Twilight Saga: New Moon; plus a look at Clash Of The Titans and The Neverending Story, which both arrive on Blu-ray.
Coming out this week at a theatre near you, Mel Gibson stars in the action thriller, Edge of Darkness, and Kristen Bell looks for a little love in the romantic comedy, When In Rome.
Soon to be franchise superhero Iron Man makes his big DVD debut this week, with Robert Downey Jr. filling out the ego and the charm of this incredibly cool character. Also coming to shelves this week is Judd Apatow‘s comedy, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, with Jason Segel as another loser dealing with his empty life.
Barely a month has passed since Judd Apatow‘s disaster Drillbit Taylor bombed in theatres, and already the busy producer has a new comedy ready to bring in the crowds. Forgetting Sarah Marshall will almost certainly be the big film of the weekend, but other hopefuls arriving this week include 88 Minutes, starring Al Pacino; Hong Kong action film, The Forbidden Kingdom; and the drama Emotional Arithmetic.