HOLLYWOOD, CA (FOX44) – There's a wide variety of genres, titles and musical acts to choose from this week in entertainment.
Matt Damon and Scarlett Johansson star in "We Bought a Zoo". The film follows a single dad trying to keep his family intact while opening a small town zoo. Steven Spielberg directs the big screen adaptation of the tony award winning play "War Horse" about the relationship between a teenager and his horse in World War II.
For those looking for another version of the sinking of the famed ocean liner, 1953's "Titanic" hits DVD shelves. Or how about the 1974 Blu-ray debut of "Chinatown" starring Jack Nicholson and Fay Dunaway, named one of AFI’s top 25 American films ever made. A very young Sarah Jessica Parker and Helen Hunt can be seen in the 1985 comedy "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"
From TV, Starz’s "Torchwood: Miracle Day" comes to the states with a 10-episode, 4-disc set. And the Material Girl's 1991 documentary "Madonna: Truth or Dare" comes out on Blu-ray, following her controversial blonde ambition tour.
Fresh off her idol performance last week, Nicki Minaj tells us what makes her new album “Pink Friday Roman Reloaded" so different.
Minaj says: "It goes in a lot of emotional depth that the first album didn't really go into; it's kind of dealing with a little love, dance, partying, street hip hop and all of that stuff".
And country superstars Rascal Flatts released their 8th studio album "Changed" hoping to continue their domination of the charts.