"The Invasion" (PG-13) Even with Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig headlining, this sci-fi update was unable to replicate the commercial success of earlier incarnations of "Invasion of the Body Snatchers." Kidman stars as a psychiatrist who teams with colleague Craig to uncover the truth about an alien menace in which humans are taken over and turned into robot-like pod people. The DVD ($28.98, Warner Bros.) and Blu-ray high-definition ($35.99) releases come with four featurettes examining how the filmmakers updated a story that has captivated Hollywood since the 1950s original. A combination disc with both standard DVD and HD DVD versions is due Feb. 19.

"Daddy Day Camp" (PG) In the decade since winning an Academy Award for "Jerry Maguire," Cuba Gooding Jr. has had more than his share of career lows, the latest this sequel to Eddie Murphy's family hit "Daddy Day Care." Gooding plays a dad surrounded by really annoying kids as he tries to save his old summer camp. (DVD, $28.95; Blu-ray, $38.96; Sony)

"King of California" (PG-13) Michael Douglas and Evan Rachel Wood team up for this weird little comedy about a former mental patient who enlists his older-than-her-years teenage daughter to help find a fortune in lost treasure he believes is buried in the California suburbs. (DVD, $28.98; Blu-ray, $34.98; First Look)

"Feel the Noise" (PG-13) R&B singer Omarion leads the cast in this tale of a New York rapper uprooted to Puerto Rico, where he becomes hooked by the rhythms of reggaeton music. The DVD ($26.96, Sony) includes a couple of featurettes.

"The Comebacks" (PG-13) This spoof of inspirational sports flicks stars David Koechner in the story of a losing coach who takes on a misfit football team. The DVD ($29.99, 20th Century Fox) is available in the PG-13 theatrical release or an unrated edition.

"Trade" (R) Kevin Kline stars as a Texas lawman who becomes an unlikely ally for a Mexican youth trying to track down his 13-year-old sister, who has been abducted by sex traffickers. The DVD ($27.98, Lionsgate) has deleted scenes and commentary with the filmmakers.

DAVID GERMAIN, ASSOCIATED PRESS