By ANDY GRAY
New this week on DVD and Blu-ray:
"Now You See Me" - While many big-budget films failed to live up to box-office expectations over the summer, this film proved magical, earning $116 million. A team of illusionists (Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, Isla Fisher, Dave Franco) pulls off an impressive feat - robbing a bank in Paris while on stage in Las Vegas - and fleeces a white collar criminal in the process. Mark Ruffalo plays an FBI agent determined to prove how they did it. Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine and Melanie Laurent costar.
The DVD includes a commentary track with director Louis Leterrier and producer Bobby Cohen along with the featurette "Now You See Me Revealed." The Blu-ray edition adds an extended cut that is 16 minutes longer than the original release, deleted scenes and an additional featurette, "A Brief History of Magic." (Lionsgate Home Entertainment, $29.95 DVD, $39.99 Blu-ray)
"Sharknado" Forget about those blockbusters opening in 4,000 theaters. One of the most talked about films of the summer was this no-budget Syfy Channel original that had Ian Ziering, Tara Reid and the rest of Southern California battling deadly great white sharks that were falling from the sky. (The Asylum, $14.98 DVD, $19.93 Blu-ray)
"The Iceman" Michael Shannon stars in a film based on the life of Richard Kuklinski, who portrayed himself as a simple family man but was really a gun for hire who killed more than 100 men. Ray Liotta, Chris Evans, Winona Ryder, James Franco, David Schwimmer and Robert Davi costar. (Millennium, $28.99 DVD, $29.99 Blu-ray)
"Arthur Newman" Colin Firth plays a man bored with life who buys a convertible and embarks on a cross-country trip while pretending to be a golf pro. Along the way he meets a woman (Emily Blunt) with her own set of secrets in this dramedy. (New Video Group, $24.95 DVD, $29.95 Blu-ray)
Director Dito Montiel recorded a commentary track. Other extras include deleted scenes and the featurettes "Creating an Empire" and "Anatomy of a Heist: Interview with Chris Potamitis The Mastermind Behind the Robbery." (Lionsgate Home Entertainment, $19.985 DVD, $24.98 Blu-ray)