New in Entertainment - January 24, 2012
NEW YORK, NY (FOX44) – Dysfunctional weddings, robots give a one -two punch and country crooners new and old team up. those stories and a lot more as FOX’s Ashley Dvorkin brings us up to speed with what's new this week in entertainment.
Hugh Jackman delivers a one-two punch with his robots, in the action- flick "Real Steel” a Blu-ray combo pack that includes extras like making-of features. Plus an app so viewers can sync their iPad or computer and check out 360-degree views of the steely stars.
Also lurking on the take-home list is "Paranormal Activity 3" which set records as the biggest theatrical debut ever for a horror film. And there’s nothing like a wedding to bring out on-screen family dysfunction and nothing like a quirky indie to assemble a star-studded cast to do it as Ellen Barkin, Kate Bosworth and Demi Moore star in "Another Happy Day".
Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogan offer "50/50" a new kind of comedy on the award circuit radar - inspired by the true story of the film's writer and his battle with cancer. And the first film to ever win the Oscar for best picture, World War I drama "Wings" gets fully restored for its first Blu-ray and DVD release.
From stage to your home-screen, the 2010 Tony award winning Broadway musical "Memphis" heads to DVD. From the recording studio to your CD player, Seal sends out "Soul 2". American Idol finalist Kellie Pickler delivers her third studio album "100 Proof". Superstar Tim McGraw steps into the spotlight with "Emotional Traffic". Plus, Lady Antebellum, The Band Perry, Martina McBride and more make up "Now That's What I call Country Ballads". And celebrating the 49th anniversary of L.A. woman along with behind-scenes DVD it's the 2-cd release “The Doors: Mr Mojo Risin”.