‘My Happy Ending’ Arrives April 25 on DVD and Digital From Lionsgate

The comedy drama My Happy Ending arrives on DVD, on demand and for digital sale April 25 from Lionsgate.

Based on the play by Anat Gov and directed by Sharon Maymon and Tal Granit, My Happy Ending is the third collaboration between the producers and directors after The Farewell Party. It stars Golden Globe nominee Andie MacDowell (2022, Best Supporting Actress — Television, “Maid”) alongside BAFTA winner Miriam Margolyes, Sally Phillips, Rakhee Thakrar, Tamsin Greig, Michelle Greenidge and BAFTA winner David Walliams. 

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Set in a British hospital, My Happy Ending follows poised and put-together Hollywood star Julia Roth, who seems to be in the sunset of her career, as she begins her journey with a critical medical issue. Preferring to be incognito, Julia is instead thrust into a room with three remarkable women who, with humor and camaraderie, help Julia take on the most important and challenging role she has ever played: herself.

Shout! Factory Releasing ‘Four Weddings and a Funeral’ 25th Anniversary Blu-ray Feb. 12

Shout! Factory will release Four Weddings and a Funeral: 25th Anniversary Edition on Blu-ray Feb. 12 through its Shout Select premium imprint.

A new 4K scan and a new interview with the Director of Photography are among the many special features on the release.

The 1994 romantic comedy, which was nominated for the Best Picture Oscar, focuses on the relationahip between Charlie (Hugh Grant), a charming bachelor and frequent best man at the string of weddings he attends with his friends, and Carrie (Andie MacDowell), an enchanting American who catches his eye just as she is about to marry the wrong man.

The cast also includes Kristin Scott Thomas and Rowan Atkinson.

The Blu-ray includes new 4K scan of the film from the original camera negative, and the “The Wedding Photographer,” a new interview with director of photography Michael Coulter.

Additional extras include an audio commentary with director Mike Newell, producer Duncan Kenworthy and writer/co-executive producer Richard Curtis; “The Wedding Planners” documentary; “Four Weddings and a Funeral … In the Making” featurette; “Two Actors and a Director” featurette; deleted scenes; promotional spots; and the theatrical trailer.