The new DVD/Blu-ray releases have your home movie night covered with some of summer's hottest blockbusters. Harry Potter, Jason Bateman, Ryan Reynolds, Jason Statham, Alexander Skarsgard and Mickey Rourke are coming home.
Hunting for fresh releases at Redbox, Netflix, Blockbuster and On Demand? Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2, The Change Up, 13 and Life in a Day are the weekend's hot new DVD/Blu-Ray releases. New additions at the kiosks include Green Lantern, Horrible Bosses, The Tree of Life, Terri, Judy Moody and the NOT Bummer Summer and Wiggles: It's Always Christmas With You.
The final Harry Potter installment was a riveting, righteous way to close out the iconic series. The epic conclusion will not disappoint -- in fact, it will inspire, which is why it ruled this year's People's Choice noms. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 hit DVD/Blu-ray on Friday, Nov. 11, which means you can also pick up the full collection as an early holiday gift. It is also available for rental via Amazon, Blockbuster and some On Demand cable systems, but doesn't arrive at Redbox, Netflix and Blockbuster Express until Dec. 6.
Real life pals Jason Bateman and Ryan Reynolds team up for this gross, funny and heartwarming take on the classic body swap tale. In this R-rated raunch-com, an irresponsible bachelor (Reynolds) and a successful family man (Bateman) share one drunken night, and then accidentally switch bodies. Isn't that always the way? The Change Up is available via Amazon, Blockbuster and some On Demand systems, but doesn't arrive at Redbox, Netflix and Blockbuster Express until Dec. 6.
This thriller starring Jason Statham, Alexander Skarsgard, Mickey Rourke and 50 Cent is about a naive young man who assumes a dead man's identity and quickly becomes embroiled in an underground world of power, violence and chance, where men gamble on the lives of other men. 13 is available for rental just about everywhere. (Not to be confused with Thirteen, the 2003 coming of age tale starring Evan Rachel Wood and Holly Hunter.)
Life in a Day
Created entirely from footage uploaded by YouTube users all over the world, this documentary serves as a time capsule to show future generations what it was like to be alive on the July 24, 2010. Life in a Day is available via Amazon, Blockbuster and some On Demand systems, but hasn't yet arrived at Redbox, Netflix and Blockbuster Express.
Horrible Bosses, Green Lantern and more hit expanded release
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