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Step Up Revolution, Sparkle, and The Apparition are also out this week.
Agents J (Will Smith) and K (Tommy Lee Jones) are back and in top shape 15 years after the original Men in Black. The partners are now tasked with defeating Boris the Animal (Jemaine Clement), an escaped convict bent on exacting revenge on the man who put him there: K. In order to save his partner, J travels back to the '60s, where he encounters a younger (and somewhat softer) K, played by Josh Brolin. It's a witty, welcome reminder of why everyone loved the first film. DVD extras include a gag reel, a making-of featurette, and a music video by Pitbull.
Shia LaBeouf, Jason Clarke, and Tom Hardy star as bootlegging brothers during the Prohibition era. Almost as soon as they set up shop, their American dream turns into a gangster story as their business catches the eye of a lawman (Guy Pearce). The film isn't short on graphic violence, but it also features a couple of love stories and its share of unexpectedly funny moments. Mia Wasikowska and Jessica Chastain also star in the period drama. Extras include commentary, two featurettes, a Willie Nelson music video, and deleted scenes.
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Christopher Nolan's third Batman flick The Dark Knight Rises maintained its top spot at the box office in its second week of release. The film earned $64 million, bringing its total gross to a cool $289 million. Ice Age: Continental Drift came in at a distant second, earning $13.3 million, followed by new release The Watch, which took in $13 million. Fellow opener Step Up Revolution made $11.8 million, and the comedy Ted held onto fifth with $7.4 million. In other box office news, Magic Mike crossed the $100 million mark in its fifth week of release.
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With Step Up Revolution hitting theaters today, we can't help but want to get moving in our own digital way with these dance-inspired video games. From updated classics to brand-new releases, we've rounded up some of the best game options for gamers who like to get down. Hoping to bust a move in your living room? Check out these eight dance games, and channel the movie's standout stars.