NEW YORK, NY (FOX44) – Stunt drivers to four-wheelers and haunted houses to scary things. There's a whole slew of new DVD’s out this week.
Ryan Gosling throws this week's new DVD’s into gear with "Drive", the story of a Hollywood stunt driver, who takes a wrong turn when he accepts a job as a getaway driver. The four-wheelers of "Transformers" rev their engines with "Dark of the Moon" offering nearly four hours of bonus features on their take-home.
Steve Martin, Owen Wilson, and Jack Black star in "The Big Year", a comedy about 3-competitive bird watchers who set out for the ultimate record. For futuristic sci-fi thrills, Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried introduce audiences to a world where currency is measured "In Time" and everyone has until 25-years-old unless you can afford to live forever.
Richard Gere, Martin Sheen, and Topher Grace keep the action up with "The Double" about a retired CIA operative and rookie FBI agent hunting down an assassin with a familiar M.O. This week's scary movie options include Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz and their small town "Dream House" with a dark past that comes back to haunt them.
Plus the prequel to the 1982 classic "The Thing” is released on Blu-ray combo pack with deleted and extended scenes plus behind-the-scenes. Marking a major milestone, "To Kill a Mockingbird" celebrates 50-years with an anniversary edition fully restored with over three hours of bonus materials.
In new music, Metallica releases a 4-track EP "Beyond Magnetic", new songs from the "Death Magnetic" album sessions. Legendary Beatles drummer Ringo Starr sends out his 17th solo studio album "Ringo 2012" with various musicians in studio. And Styx brings a live DVD from a November 2010 show as they rock-out their multi-platinum album the grand illusion and pieces of eight.