"Chuck" fans are probably already talking about it …
Fans of the NBC show have demonstrated their devotion in just about every way possible. They've hit the streets, ambushing strangers into watching the beleagured spy action- comedy series. They've created ads promoting the show on craigslist, Facebook and free periodicals. They've even consumed a hefty amount of footlong sandwiches from "Chuck" sponsor, Subway. It's a tiring job. So why not take a minute to enjoy the actual series when the third season is released on DVD? (Tuesday)
Need a break from the Katy Perry-filled summer? Talk about "Kaleidoscope Heart."
She might not write you a love song if you ask her, but Sara Bareilles probably has a few on her sophomore album, "Kaleidoscope Heart." The album, a follow-up to her debut release, "Little Voice," includes the pop-driven single "King of Anything." Some might have already taken a listen to exclusive streaming of a few tracks offered on various websites, including … Whole Foods'? Whatever works. (Tuesday)
If you like when "SNL" skits cross over into the big screen, talk about "MacGruber."
It gave us "Wayne's World" … and "The Blues Brothers." The lastest "Saturday Night Live" sketch-turned-movie was courtesy of Will Forte's character MacGruber in May. It's silly, yes, but with characters with names like Dieter Von Cunth ( Val Kilmer), who cares? Throw in Kristen Wiig (whose character has a tendency to break into song) and a celery stalk and it's comedy gold, on DVD. (Tuesday)