New this week on DVD and Blu-ray:
''Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted'' - The zoo animals end up on another journey, this time wandering around Europe in hopes of getting back to the Central Park Zoo. The voice talent includes Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, David Schwimmer, Jada Pinkett Smith, Sacha Baron Cohen and Cedric the Entertainer.
Extras include a commentary track, deleted scenes, multiple featurettes and a featurettes plugging the ''How to Train Your Dragon'' live show. Blu-ray buyers get a trivia track, a ''Get Them to the Train'' game and a spotlight on the animators. (Dreamworks, $29.98 DVD, $39.99 Blu-ray/ DVD combo, $54.99 3D Blu-ray/Blu-ray/DVD combo)
''Moonrise Kingdom'' - Wes Anderson earned some of the best reviews and box-office returns of his career for this tale set on an island off the coast of New England in 1965. Two 12 year olds make a pact to run away together, and the authorities search for them while a storm threatens the island. The cast includes Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton, Jason Schwartzman, Bob Balaban, Jared Gilman and Kara Hayward.
Extras include a set tour with Bill Murray and the featurettes ''A Look Inside Moonrise Kingdom'' and ''Welcome to the Island of New Penzance.'' (Universal Studios Home Entertainment, $29.98 DVD, $34.98 Blu-ray)
''That's My Boy'' - Adam Sandler returns to R-rated comedy playing a man who fathered a child as a teenager with his middle school teacher and never bothered to grow up. The son (Andy Samberg) did grow up, becoming serious and successful after abandoning his father's influence as soon as he was old enough to get away. Dad shows up the week of his son's wedding, wreaking havoc on the proceedings. Leighton Meester, Susan Sarandon, James Caan, Milo Ventimiglia and Rob ''Vanilla Ice'' Vanwinkle co-star along with the usual gang of Sandler cronies.
Extras include a gag reel, five deleted scenes and the featurettes ''Who Are These People?,'' ''Greetings from Cape Cod'' and ''Classy Rick's Bacon and Leggs.'' (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, $30.99 DVD, $35.99 Blu-ray)
''2016: Obama's America'' - This anti-Obama doc, which earned more than $33 million in theaters and ranks behind only ''Fahrenheit 9/11'' among top-grossing political documentaries, makes its DVD debut in time for pre-election viewing. (Lionsgate Home Entertainment, $19.98 DVD)
''Chernobyl Diaries'' - What could be a better tourist destination that the home of the Chernobyl nuclear reactor in Pripyat? A group of extreme travelers decide to stop in for a visit and discover that the radiation has had nightmarish effects on the area.
Extras include an additional scene, a ''Chernobyl Conspiracy'' viral video and fake infomercial for Uri's Extreme Tours. (Warner Home Video, $28.98 DVD, $35.99 Blu-ray/ DVD/ digital combo)
''Neil Young Journeys'' - This film, Jonathan Demme's third documentary focusing on Neil Young, chronicles a trip by Young from his hometown of Omemee, Ontario, to Toronto's Massey Hall for the final shows of his 2011 solo tour. In addition to material from his 2010 album ''Le Noise,'' the concert features old favorites like ''Ohio'' and ''Hey Hey My May'' and such previously unreleased songs as ''Leia'' and ''You Never Call.''
Bonus features include ''Journey to Slamdance: A Conversation with Neil Young & Jonathan Demme,'' ''92nd Street Y Talks with Neil Young & Jonathan Demme'' and a making-of featurette. (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, $30.99 DVD, $35.99 Blu-ray)
''A Princess for Christmas'' - A young woman (Katie McGrath) trying to raise her niece and nephew gets invited to travel to Europe to spend the holiday with the children's distant grandfather, the Duke of Castlebury Hall. Roger Moore is the Duke and Sam Heughan plays a dashing prince she meets on the adventure. (Lionsgate Home Entertainment, $14.98 DVD)
''The Cup'' - This Aussie sports drama is based on the true story of Damien Oliver, who lost both his brother and father in horse raising accidents. With the help of an Irish trainer (Brendan Gleeson), he prepares to ride for the 2002 Melbourne Cup. The only extra is a making-of featurette. (Lionsgate Home Entertainment, $26.98 DVD)