New on PlayStation Video Store and Music Unlimited

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New on PlayStation Video Store and Music Unlimited

Fast Five, the fifth film in the high-velocity franchise hits the video store today in New Releases. Get ready for five times the action, excitement and fun as Vin Diesel and Paul Walker lead a reunion of all-stars from every chapter of the franchise built on speed. The extended version of Fast Five delivers even more explosive action than seen in theaters. Want more of Fast & Furious? Relive the best moments and check out the rest of the franchise in Fast & Furious Collection. Also, preview the first 10 minutes of Fast Five before you buy in this collection!

The raunchy comedy Bad Teacher arrives in Movies this week, two weeks before it hits the DVD/Blu-Ray shelves! Watch the comedy centered around a foul-mouthed, junior high teacher (Cameron Diaz) who, after being dumped by her sugar daddy, begins to woo a colleague (Justin Timberlake) – a move that pits her against a well-loved teacher.

Find a great lineup in 99 cent Movie Rents this week in Rent Now, with rentals for just 99 cents in SD or $1.99 in HD! Be sure to regularly check our site for what titles are featured each week.

Fall TV Survival Guide continues in TV Shows, featuring the best TV lineup from the new television season. This week, House kicks off its 8th season and it’s game on for season 3 of FX’s comedy series, The League.

Your favorite DreamWorks titles are featured in DreamWorks Animation under Collections & Sales. Find the best from DreamWorks Animation, including the great characters from Shrek and Kung Fu Panda, all in one location!

For those that can’t get enough of action from Fast Five, our Deal of the Week highlights Car Movies where high speed chases, tough guy banter and glorious mayhem take on a whole new meaning.

The gang’s all here! Get the amazing It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia theme featuring the comedic cast on your PSP and PlaySation3, available now in the Game Store.

Here’s a glimpse of what’s in store…

Just In TV

US Store: The League: Season 3, Charlie’s Angel: Season 1, Free Agents: Season 1, Glee: Season 3, Hawaii Five-0: Season 2, Pan Am: Season 1, and more!

Canada Store: Desperate Housewives: Season 8, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 13, Ice Road Truckers: Season 5, Revenge: Season 1, Top Gear (UK): Season 17, and more!

New Release Movies

US Store: Fast Five, Scream 4, The Lion King, Bad Teacher, London Boulevard, Melancholia, Inside Out, African Carts: Kingdom of Courage, and many more.

Canada Store: Fast Five, Scream 4, The Lion King, Inside Out, African Carts: Kingdom of Courage, and many more.

Top US Movie Purchases

  1. Transformers: Dark of the Moon
  2. Fast Five (Extended Edition)
  3. Bridesmaids (Unrated)
  4. X-Men: First Class
  5. Thor
  6. Hanna
  7. Scream 4
  8. Setup
  9. Fast Five
  10. Paul (Unrated)

Top US TV Shows Purchases

  1. Family Guy | Season 10
  2. Sons of Anarchy | Season 4
  3. Sons of Anarchy | Season 4
  4. Breaking Bad | Season 4
  5. Supernatural | Season 7
  6. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia | Season 7
  7. Family Guy | Season 10
  8. Archer | Season 3
  9. Terra Nova | Season 1
  10. Jersey Shore | Season 4

Music Unlimited

LMFAO: Enter to Win a Chance to Meet Them in LA!

Music Unlimited is counting down the days until the LMFAO show in Los Angeles at Hollywood Palladium. It falls on Halloween weekend, so the show is going to be a “masquerade ball,” complete with a costume contest! If you win our VIP trip for you and four friends, what will you wear to the show? Enter by visiting the Sony Entertainment Network Facebook page, clicking the “like” button and find the “Music Unlimited Concert Tickets and After Party” tab on the left to get started. Contest entries close 10/14/11.


Featured New Releases on Music Unlimited:

Feist – Metals
Among the many accomplishments Apple can claim over the past decade, one of the dearest to many U.S. music fans was the introduction of Leslie Feist to a mass audience. The use of her song “1234” in a national TV campaign for the ipod Nano is widely credited as the defining moment for an little-known singer songwriter to reach platinum level status. Feist made the most of the opportunity by touring incessantly, appearing on Stephen Colbert’s Christmas special and playing with her fellow Canadians in the indie-darling supergroup, Broken Social Scene. Feist’s first new album is four years in the making and her fans have been getting a hands on experience by watching the album making process via exclusive studio footage on her website. Experience the final result for yourself by checking out Metals in the Music Unlimited service.

    If you like: Lykkie Li, Laura Marling, Broken Social Scene
    Recommended Track: “A Commotion”

Scotty McCreery – Clear As Day
Scotty McCreery has come a long way in a short time. Skyrocketing at the young age of 17 to American Idol, McCreery blew away the judges with a booming voice that the Country world hasn’t seen from someone so young since LeAnn Rimes. After winning the competition, he performed at the CMT awards, premiering his first single and compiling this 12-track debut, including a cover of Keith Urban’s, “Walk in the Country.” Keep an eye on McCreery walkin’ (or better yet, storming) through the country scene in years to come.

    If you like: Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Luke Bryan
    Recommended Track: “Back on the Ground”

Real Steel – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
If you’re planning on seeing the sci-fi action movie, Real Steel when it opens today, you’ll want to get pumped up for boxing robots by listening to the soundtrack. Alongside hits from Foo Fighters and Bad Meets Evil, Director Shawn Levy brought the artists into the editing bays, inspiring original songs from Timbaland, The Crystal Method and the infamous composer, Danny Elfman. It’s a knockout compilation for the likely #1 movie of the week.

    If you like: Bad Meets Evil, 50 Cent, Eminem
    Recommended Track: “Give It A Go” – Timbaland ft. Veronica Gardner

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