From a historical drama to a modern documentary and the final release of a heroic animated series, there are a variety of notable home video releases available on DVD and Blu-Ray in North America on the week of February 19, 2013.
Here are some of the notable home video releases in the United States (Region 1) for the week of February the 19th, 2013:
“Argo” (Rated R, Warner Home Video) - This drama, based on the Iran hostage crisis of the late 1970s, where terrorists took dozens of Americans hostage for an months. Starring Ben Affleck and John Goodman, “Argo's” Blu-Ray release includes bonus features such as a commentary and multiple features on the making of the film. It will also be available on DVD.
“Anna Karenina” (Rated R, Universal) – Based on the Leo Tolstoy tale, this drama, set in Russia stars Keira Knightly as the titular main character. She's a high-ranking member of royalty who falls for a soldier, played by Jude Law. Releasing on both DVD and high-definition Blu-Ray, extra features include deleted scenes and a commentary.
“Bronies: The Extremely Unexpected Adult Fans of My Little Pony (Bronydoc LLC) – Already released in digital format, this documentary about the explosion of adult fans of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is now available in region-free Blu-Ray and DVD formats. Two editions are available, one including a second bonus disc with extended interviews with cast and crew of the hit animated series.
“Avengers: Earth's Mightest Heroes: Volume 6 – End of the Cosmos” (Walt Disney) – The sixth volume of the animated series based on the hit Marvel Comic book series features 12 episodes from the show's second and final season. This will complete the series on home video, on DVD only.