An­i­ma­tion All Grown Up

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DreamWorks An­i­ma­tion’s singing, danc­ing, glit­ter-bomb­ing crea­tures bring the party home this month across disc and dig­i­tal. Ri­otously col­or­ful and up­lift­ing, Trolls is di­rected by Mike Mitchell and Walt Dohrn ( Shrek fran­chise alumni) and fea­tures the voices of Anna Ken­drick as ul­tra-cheer­ful Poppy and Justin Tim­ber­lake as grouchy re­al­ist Branch,

and ag­gres­sively happy are bal­anced this month by DreamWorks’ By Mercedes Mil­li­gan.

who team up for an epic mis­ad­ven­ture to res­cue their Troll friends from the com­i­cally pes­simistic Ber­gens.

The cast also in­cludes Zooey Deschanel, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Chris­tine Baran­ski, Rus­sell Brand, Gwen Ste­fani, John Cleese, James Cor­den, Jef­frey Tam­bor and Ron Funches.

Avail­able on Dig­i­tal HD, DVD, Blu-ray ($36.99) and 4K ($44.99), spe­cial fea­tures in­clude: “Travel Through Troll Vil­lage,” nar­rat- forces be­hind it, be­fore it’s too late.

The voice cast fea­tures Matt Ryan repris­ing the role of Con­stan­tine from his turn in the live-ac­tion TV se­ries, with Jason O’Mara (Bat­man), Camilla Lud­ding­ton (Zatanna), Nicholas Tur­turro (Jason Blood), Roger R. Cross (Green Lantern/ Swamp Thing), Jeremy Davies (Ritchie Simp­son), Rosario Daw­son (Won­der Woman), Jerry O’Con­nell (Superman), En­rico Colan­toni (Felix Faust) and Al­fred Molina (Des­tiny).

The BD combo pack ($24.98) in­cludes a sneak peek at up­com­ing DCU Me­talo­ca­lypse and Su­per­jail! will feel at home in Prynoski’s Tin­sel­town dystopia.

Nerd­land fol­lows best friends John, an as­pir­ing ac­tor voiced by Paul Rudd; and El­liot, a failed screen­writer voiced by Pat­ton Oswalt, as they em­bark on a se­ries of in­creas­ingly reck­less pub­lic­ity stunts in a bid to get fa­mous be­fore they hit 30. Their quest cli­maxes when John and El­liot get caught up in a high-pro­file crime, be­com- gen­er­a­tion first flick­ered onto MTV.

The set in­cludes all four vol­umes of the se­ries, in­clud­ing the 2011 re­vival, as well as the Spe­cial Col­lec­tor’s Edi­tion of the 1996 fea­ture film Beavis and Butt-Head Do Amer­ica. If you re­quire more metaphor­i­cal TP for your bung­hole, bonus fea­tures in­clude “Taint of Great­ness: The Jour­ney of Beavis and Butt-Head” parts 1-3, VMA ap­pear­ances, a Thanks­giv­ing

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