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New on Home Video: "The Muppets," "Tinker Tailor," "Dragon Tattoo" & More

The Muppets, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo lead a strong week for home video selections.

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Miss Piggy Thrilled About "Muppets" DVD, Still Angry About Oscars

PopcornBiz chats with Miss Piggy, who promises "lots of goodies" on "The Muppets" DVD, dishes on her "blissful" life with Kermie, and rants about her Oscar snub. Available on DVD March 20.

"The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"

Based on the first installment of Swedish author Steig Larsson's "Millennium Trilogy," it tells the story of a middle-aged journalist and a punk rocker who team up to solve the mystery of a young girl's disappearance. David Fincher is thinking about directing the American version.
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The Muppets
Jason Segel and Amy Adams must help Kermit and the gang put on a show to make enough money to save their old theater. Read our review and watch the trailer

Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Gary Oldman, Colin Firth, Tom Hardy and another half-dozen great actors star in Tomas Alfredson's adaptation of John Le Carre's opus about the hunt for a Russian mole at the top of British intelligence. Read our review and watch the trailer

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig star in director David Fincher's adaptation of the best-seller about a hacker and a disgraced journalist who join forces to hunt a serial killer. Read our review and watch the trailer

The Sitter
Jonah Hill stars as a guy who agrees to babysit three little kids, and then brings them into NYC to score some drugs for his girlfriend--things don't go smoothly. Read our review and watch the trailer

Hop (Available Friday)
Russell Brand lends his voice to E.B. a young rabbit who's next in line to take over the job of Easter Bunny, but has aspirations of his own in this live-action/animated hybrid that also stars James Marsden. Read our review and watch the trailer

Battle Royale
Based on the Japanese manga classic about a group of high school kids who are rounded up and forced into a battle to the death--sound familiar? "Hunger Games" author Suzanne Collins has been accused of ripping off this one, a claim she denies. Watch the trailer

!Women Art Revolution
Director Lynn Hershman Leeson documents 40 years of feminist art, featuring interview with Miranda July, Judy Chicago and Dr. Elizabeth Sackler, and music by Laurie Anderson, Janis Joplin and Sleater-Kinney. Watch the trailer

Carnage
Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, Christoph Waltz and John C. Reilly star in Roman Polanski's adaptation of the Tony-winning play "God of Carnage," a comedy of manners about two pairs of parents brought together by a fight between their sons. Read our review and watch the trailer

Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life
A film about the late great lecherous pop star, following his life from unhappy childhood as a Russian Jew in WW II France to stardom to misery. Read our review

General Orders No. 9
First-time writer-director Bob Persons spent 11 years making this groundbreaking documentary about the loss of a way of life in the American South. Read our review

Louder Than a Bomb
A documentary about the annual team poetry slam that draws hundreds of kids from across the Chicagoland area. Watch the trailer

Mister Rogers & Me
Benjamin Wagner used to be Mister Rogers' real-life neighbor, before going to work at MTV. After the TV icon passed, Wagner hit the road to discover what exactly the man meant when he said, "I feel so strongly that deep and simple is far more essential than shallow and complex.” Watch the trailer

Roadie
Ron Eldard stars in this indie drama about a guy fired after 20 years with Blue Oyster Cult who returns home to Queens where he encounters his old flame, Jill Hennessy, and her husband, Bobby Cannavale. Watch the trailer

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