Here’s our guide to all the major titles arriving on home video in March 2019, complete with links to more information and how to buy and/or rent on FandangoNow.
Jason Momoa stars as the titular DC Comics hero, brought to sprawling, brawling life by director James Wan. His quest is to prevent a war that might encompass the entire world, both above ground and in the deep sea. Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson, Willem Dafoe and Nicole Kidman also star.
Natalie Portman stars in the tale of a rock singer whose life has been marked by tragedy. How will she deal with her latest dramatic challenge? Jude Law also stars as her loyal, long-suffering manager.
Mary Poppins Returns
The famed Banks children have grown up to be lovable adults (Ben Whishaw, Emily Mortimer), but the possibility of losing the family home means that the return of a magical nanny (Emily Blunt) is most welcome. Lin-Manuel Miranda also stars in Rob Marshall’s dazzling musical.
If Beale Street Could Talk
Director Barry Jenkins follows up the Academy Award-winning Moonlight with a searing, relevant drama that cuts deep. KiKi Layne, Stephan James and Regina King lead the outstanding cast.
Stuck in a dead-end job, Jennifer Lopez seizes an opportunity to reinvent her life in this bright and appealing comedy, with a touch of timely drama. Vanessa Hudgens and Leah Remini also star.
Holmes and Watson
Step Brothers stars Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly reteam to reinvigorate classic characters in a new mystery that offers fresh laughs and new solutions. They are joined by Rebecca Hall, Hugh Laurie, Steve Coogan, Kelly Macdonald and Ralph Fiennes.
Clint Eastwood gets desperate in a dramatic thriller drawn from real life. He stars as a military veteran who gets caught up in a smuggling plot and soon finds himself pursued by both the authorities and a Mexican drug cartel. Laurence Fishburne and Bradley Cooper also star.
On the Basis of Sex
Long before her appointment as a Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg fought her own battles against discrimination as she struggled for equal rights as a lawyer. Armie Hammer portrays her supportive husband; Cailee Spaeny and Justin Theroux also star.
Stan & Ollie
The gloriously funny Stan Laurel (Steve Coogan) and Oliver Hardy (John C. Reilly) separated at the height of their big-screen fame, reuniting years later in an attempt to recapture their careers. Their sense of humor is sorely tested on a grueling, small-time tour, marvelously told in this amusing and touching film.