HOLLYWOOD, CA (FOX44) – Liam Neeson sails the seas in theaters but still picks a fight with wolves on the small screen. Idol's Lambert trespasses into record stores and Willie Nelson reminds us why heroes matter.
Liam Neeson is doing double duty, with "Battleship" hitting theaters this week while "The Grey" is being released on DVD. The survival drama set in Alaska, follows 7-oil rig workers who are forced to endure the elements after a plane crash. Katherine Heigl hopes for better cash-flow on DVD, when her romantic comedy "One for the Money" heads home with a gag reel and deleted scenes.
Woody Harrelson goes bad in "Rampart", playing a renegade LA cop who asserts his own brand of justice. The 1999 cult classic "Being John Malkovich" is returning to DVD on Blu-ray. “The Devil Inside” should satisfy horror fans, following a woman involved in a series of unauthorized exorcisms. And Ken Burn's PBS documentary "The War" arrives on Blu-ray, 6-years in the making, combining its 7-part film on a 6-disc set.
New in music, Idol season 8 runner-up Adam Lambert releases his sophomore album "Trespassing". Guitar icon Carlos Santana releases his 36th album "Shape Shifters"; it includes some old, unreleased tracks. The rocking duo of Jack Black and Kyle Gass, better known as 'Tenacious D' comes out with "Rize of the Fenix", recorded in a garage. Country legend Willie Nelson is celebrating his 79th birthday with a new album "Heroes" with guest vocals from Kris Kristofferson and Snoop Dogg. And Lisa Marie Presley shows her soulful side in "Storm and Grace".