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[Featurette] Planet 51: Life On Planet 51

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is now available from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment in Blu-ray and other formats. It stars Jack Black () as author R.L. Stine, along with Dylan Minnette (), Ryan Lee () and Odeya Rush (). The plot begins as Zach (Minnette) unwittingly unleashes magical monsters on the town, and must team with his new friends Champ (Lee), Hannah (Rush), and Stine (Black) to send the ghouls back into their books before it's too late.

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