The five time Oscar-nominated flick full of debauchery and greed “The Wolf of Wall Street” kicks off the week’s list of new releases with Leonardo DiCaprio leading the way in the true story of stockbroker Jordan Belfort’s rise and fall.
The R-rated film is now available on DVD, video on demand, and on a Blu-ray Combo Pack which features behind the scenes with the cast and legendary director Martin Scorsese.
For a family-friendly film to watch at home, find “Walking with Dinosaurs: The Movie” on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray, and DVD. Famous voices bring this prehistoric tale to life including John Leguizamo and Justin Long. The Blu-ray comes with interactive bonus content.
In the comedy aisle, Jean Claude Van Damme shows off his funny side in “Welcome to the Jungle” about a dangerous company retreat on a desert island. The film also stars Adam Brody, Rob Huebel, and Kristen Schaal. Comedian Jeff Dunham released his first ever animated film “Achmed Saves America” based on one of his well-known characters. Plus fans of HBO’s "Veep" can now find season two with Julia Louis-Dreyfus in stores.
For collectors of Hollywood history there’s the “Best of Bogart Blu-ray Collection” with "African Queen," "Casablanca," "Maltese Falcon," and "Treasure of Sierra Madre" plus hours of special features.
In new music releases, global superstar Shakira had many things to celebrate this week. She was named the most followed page on Facebook with more than 86 Million “likes” and the singer also released new tunes on a self-titled collection.
Michael W Smith released a full album of traditional “Hymns” exclusively through Cracker Barrel Old Country Store. Merle Haggard’s “Okie From Muskogee” was released in a 45th Anniversary Edition. “Out Among the Stars” includes 12 never before released Johnny Cash studio recordings. Elton John’s 1973 album “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” was remastered and re-released, plus is now available in a 40th Anniversary Super Deluxe Box Set which includes nine covers of Elton John’s classics done by artists from Fall Out Boy to Zac Brown Band.
Jerrod Niemann introduces his third album “High Noon” with the lead single “Drink to That All Night” which Niemann tells FOX 411 sets the scene for the rest of the tunes.
“We all know there is plenty of bad news in the world, so I try to bring the good news or at least something that gets your mind off the bad news," he said. "So it was great to find a party song that everybody wants to raise their glasses together, and so it did kind of set the precedent for the album which is definitely like a spring, summer sort of album.”
Compared to his last two albums, Niemann adds they did kick things up a notch when it comes to rocking out, “This album is really more up-tempo, more electric, we definitely plugged in the electric guitars on this one.”
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Fox News Entertainment Producer Ashley Dvorkin covers celebrity news, red carpets, TV, music, and movies. Dvorkin, winner of the 2011 CMA Media Achievement Award, is also host of "Fox 411 Country," "Star Traveler," "Fox 411 Big Screen," and "Fox on Reddit."