New in Entertainment - February 7, 2012
NEW YORK, NY (FOX44) – As people countdown to November’s "Twilight Saga" conclusion, the first part of "Breaking Dawn" kicks off this week's DVD list. Begging the question was Shakespeare to be or not to be the writer behind his famous work, "Anonymous" aims to add some discourse to the at-home viewing.
While Kal Penn, John Cho, and yes, Neil Patrick Harris looks to add R-rated raunchy comedy with "A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas". As Denzel Washington heads to theaters with the action-packed "Safe House", his Oscar-nominated role as Malcolm X marks a 20th anniversary, and Black History month, digitally re-mastered and with an anniversary Blu-ray book.
Those two star-crossed canines, “Lady and the Tramp” get a diamond edition DVD with never before seen deleted scenes, plus the tale on Blu-ray for the first time ever.
And listen to the music of the night at home for the first time too as the longest-running Broadway Musical celebrates 25-years with "The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall". In rock, Van Halen releases its comeback album with David Lee Roth front and center for "A Different Kind of Truth".
Adding pop, “The Fray” brings album #3 “Scars & Stories”. And getting sentimental, Paul McCartney sends out a collection of standards plus two new tunes on "Kisses on the Bottom". From country, Dierks Bentley has his sixth album "Home" which includes his eighth career #1 "Am I the Only One". And artists including Bentley, Montgomery Genry, Hank Williams Jr., Jewel and more gather for "Waylon The Music Inside: A Collaboration Dedicated to Waylon Jennings, Volume 2".