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New on Home Video: "Bridesmaids" a Bridesmaid No More

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New on Home Video: "Bridesmaids" a Bridesmaid No More

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It's The "Bridesmaids" Trailer -- Think "The Hangover" for Ladies

Kristen Wiig stars as a broke and heartbroken woman determined to be the best maid of honor she can be to her friend, played by Maya Rudolph. Co-stars Rose Byrne, Wendi Mclendon-Covey, Ellie Kemper, Melissa McCarthy

Kristen Wiig & Maya Rudolph Say "I Do" to Improv in "Bridesmaids"

Kristin Wiig and Maya Rudolph chat about their new comedy, "Bridesmaids." Also, find out how Maya feels about being pregnant with her third child. Plus, the duo dish about their next movie together, "Friends with Kids."
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Kristen Wiig stars in one of the year's best comedies, as a woman who finds herself overmatched by the demands of being maid-of-honor to her best friend--features a breakout performance from newly minted Emmy winner Melissa McCarthy. Now on home video, read our theatrical review and watch the trailer

Dumbo (2-Disc 70th Anniversary Combo Pack)
You're favorite flying elephant is back, this time in every format this side of 8-track. Now on Blu-ray, watch the trailer

The Kennedys
Barry Pepper won an Emmy for his portrayal of Bobby Kennedy in this mini-series starring Greg Kinnear and Katie Holmes about a storied political dynasty. Now on home video, watch the trailer

Breakfast at Tiffany's
(50th Anniversary Edition)
Audrey Hepburn in her most iconic role, as Holly Golightly, a young woman who like millions before and since heads off the New York City to reinvent herself and fall in love.. Now on Blu-ray, watch the trailer

The Others
Nicole Kidman stars in this gripping haunted house tale about a young mother trying to keep her children safe in the wake of WW II while they await the return of their dad. Now on Blu-ray, watch the trailer

Set Up
Bruce Willis, Ryan Phillippe and 50 Cent star as three friends who plan a heist--but one of them has designs on taking all the loot for himself. Never saw the light of a theater. Now on home video, watch the trailer (WARNING: ADULT LANGUAGE)

Captain America
Long before you'd ever heard of Chris Evans, Matt Salinger (son of J.D.) starred as the most patriotic of superheroes, in this laughably low-budget incarnation that was never released in U.S. theaters. Now on home video, watch the trailer

Bride Flight
Three young women flee post-war Europe by hopping on a plane bound for New Zealand, where they hope to find new lives--and loves. Now on home video, watch the trailer

We Are the Night
A sect of sexy vampires troll the underground clubs of Berlin looking for fresh meat and new members. Now on home video, watch the trailer

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