Hugh Jackman's 'Wolverine' available just in time for the holidays

Hugh Jackman leads the week’s new releases list as “The Wolverine” heads to a four-disc Blu-ray extended edition with bonus materials like an alternate ending and an “X-Men: Days of the Future Past” set tour. The film is also available on DVD and digital HD.

For the kids, the animated sequel “The Smurfs 2” heads to Blu-ray with extras like deleted scenes.

For scary movie fans there’s “All the Boys Love Mandy Lane” starring Amber Heard.

For those seeking a rom-com there’s “Drinking Buddies” with Olivia Wilde and Jake Johnson.

Great Odin’s Raven! There’s even more Ron Burgundy to entertain you on “The Anchorman Rich Mahogany Edition” which is heading to Blu-ray with bonus features like an unrated version of the film just in time for “The Anchorman” sequel, headed to theaters December 18th.

For the collectors there’s also the “Pain & Gain” special collector’s edition with behind-scenes features, and an additional nine minutes of footage can be found on “Argo’s” extended edition on Blu-ray, and “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman: The Complete Series” is also being released on a 38-DVD box set.

From the world of TV, find Seasons 1 to 3 of Duck Dynasty, Season 4 of Hot in Cleveland, and Season 16 of The Simpsons with special features included.

In new music, Britney Spears sends out her latest “Britney Jean,” and Boston has “Life, Love & Hope”.

Meanwhile country music star Jake Owen has his fourth studio album out now called “Days of Gold”. He told us it’s a mix of party songs and heartfelt tunes.

“I tend to always have to have my fun kind of ‘full of life’ kind of songs, and then songs that reflect about life..." he told FOX411 Country. “I want to have a good time and I want people that come to my shows to have a good time, and as much as I love the classic deep heartstring pulling songs, you can't get away with going out on stage and doing an hour’s worth of those. So you have to mix in the fun-loving lighthearted songs… the songs that tend to get just trashed by critics, but I don’t care, I just make music because I love it and I’m a fan.”

Owen added that he picked the songs on the album like a fan.

“This record was the first record I made without writing anything on it, usually I write most stuff on my record.  So I just sat back and recorded songs that I personally as a fan of music enjoyed."

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