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Video: DVD and Blu-Ray releases

See below to watch the trailers for this week's DVD and Blu-Ray releases

Stratospheric: Sandra Bullock stars in the epic sci-fi drama 'Gravity'

Gravity soars past Thor to top UK box office

The film has had one of the biggest original sci-fi openings in recent years

DVD: The Look of Love

Michael Winterbottom's jaunty Paul Raymond biopic stars Steve Coogan as the billionaire property baron, strip-club impresario, and girly-mag publisher.

Bird in the hand: Alan Partridge dispenses his brand of wisdom in Alpha Papa

Nicholas Barber on Alpha Papa: I'm still Alan Partridge – ah ha ha ha ha!

It's more like a TV special, but even so, Steve Coogan serves up the funniest movie this year

Video: Film trailers for the latest releases

Watch the videos below for a selection of trailers for the latest releases:

Video: Film trailers for the latest releases

Watch the videos below for a selection of trailers for the latest releases:

'Anglia Square Not Leicester Square' was the slogan of a campaign to get a Norwich premiere

Norwich premiere for Steve Coogan's Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa after fans campaign on Twitter and Facebook

Announcement came from show co-creator Armando Iannucci

Coogan’s Bluff: Broadcasting legend Partridge (Steve Coogan) is caught in a hostage drama

Heads Up: Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa

Aha! The Norwich Pacino prepares to kick some bottom

Video: The summer blockbusters

Watch the videos below to see trailers for the films out this summer.

The poster for Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa

A new Alan Partridge movie poster? Back of the net!

Jackanackanory! A poster for the much-awaited Alan Partridge movie, Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, was released to the delight of braying Alanites.

Flames, check. Wind machine, check. Beyoncé pulls out all of the theatrical stops on this tour

Music review: Behold Beyoncé, the cybernetic goddess of R&B

LG Arena, Birmingham

WATCH: Aha! It's the trailer for The Alan Partridge Movie

The Alan Partridge Movie has been seven years in the making, but we didn't dare believe it would ever become a reality until today - the films first trailer has just been released. The movie itself will be out August 7th this year.

Steve Coogan in The Look of Love

Sundance Film Festival review: The Look of Love - Steve Coogan plays a porn baron but this film feels like an interminably dull orgy

Michael Winterbottom's biopic about 'King of Soho' Paul Raymond reunites him with the Alan Patridge star - but despite Coogan's  porn-appropriate moustache, he doesn't fit the bill

Have you heard the one about the comedian competing against herself? Double Comedy Awards nod for Olivia Colman

There is double delight for Olivia Colman after she was nominated twice in the same category in the British Comedy Awards.

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Money, corruption and drugs

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