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‘The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian'
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The Pevensie kids and the lion (voiced by Liam Neeson) meet again in the follow-up to The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Director Andrew Adamson and cast members offer commentary on single-disc and two-disc DVD releases and two-disc and three-disc Blu-ray editions. Extras on the multidisc sets include deleted scenes, cast and crew interviews and a tour of the movie's locations. The three-disc Blu-ray release has a digital copy of the movie for portable video players. Single DVD, $29.99; two-disc DVD set, $39.99; two-disc Blu-ray set, $35.99; three-disc Blu-ray set, $39.99.
This action tale starring Angelina Jolie comes in single-disc and two-disc DVD editions, a Blu-ray release and collectors' sets with a photo booklet, movie postcards and a framed 3-D film cell. Extras include an extended scene, segments on stunts and visual effects, and a featurette on adapting the graphic novel. The Blu-ray edition has an alternative opening for the movie. Single DVD, $29.98; two-disc DVD set, $34.98; Blu-ray, $39.98; DVD Collector's Set, $64.98; Blu-ray Collector's Set, $69.98.
Talladega Nights colleagues Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly and director Adam McKay reunite. Single-disc and two-disc DVD releases and the Blu-ray have both the R-rated theatrical cut and an unrated extended version, plus deleted scenes; commentary with Ferrell, Reilly and McKay; and a making-of segment. The two-disc DVD set and Blu-ray release also have a digital copy of the movie. Single DVD, $28.96; two-disc DVD set, $34.95; two-disc Blu-ray set, $39.95.
‘The X-Files: I Want to Believe'
David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson return in this second big-screen take on the TV show. Single-disc and three-disc DVD editions and the Blu-ray release have the PG-13 theatrical version and an unrated extended cut, with deleted scenes and commentary from series creator Chris Carter and co-writer Frank Spotnitz. The three-disc DVD set and Blu-ray edition also have a behind-the-scenes documentary and a digital copy of the movie. Single DVD, $29.98; three-disc DVD set, $34.98; Blu-ray, $39.99.
Also: The Longshots.
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‘Frost/Nixon: The Original Watergate Interviews'
David Frost made television history with his 1977 Richard Nixon interviews. Timed to the theatrical release of Ron Howard's drama Frost/Nixon starring Frank Langella and Michael Sheen, this release presents the frank exchange between the men on the Watergate break-in and coverup that led to Nixon's resignation. $24.95.
Also: Saturday Night Live: The Complete Fourth Season; Law & Order: The Sixth Year; Perry Mason: Season 3, Volume 2; Cannon: Season One, Volume Two; Jake and the Fatman: Season One, Volume Two.