New in Entertainment: April 18

Fox's Adam Housley has the rundown of what's New in Entertainment.

The movie Split headlines this week’s list of New in Entertainment. It follows a psychotic man with 23 personalities who kidnaps three teenage girls. The film was an unexpected hit at the box office, making more than $274 million.

Jamie Foxx plays a seedy cop in Sleepless, a crime-thriller about a police detective whose son gets kidnapped by a drug lord.

In The Founder, Michael Keaton portrays McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc. The film tells the story of how a struggling salesman helped franchise the fast food chain.

In the family drama A Cowgirl’s Story, a 17-year-old girl whose parents get deployed to Afghanistan tried to fit into a new school.

Other kid-friendly options include Bigger Fatter Liar and the animated film Sailor Moon R.

From the small screen, there’s the 72-disc set of the original Hawaii Five-0: The Complete Series, the Hallmark series When Calls the Heart: Heart of Truth and The Art of More: Season Two.

For gamers, PS4 and Xbox One feature ATV Renegades and The Disney Afternoon Collection. Those consoles, along with Nintendo’s Switch, also offer Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap.

In music, there’s country superstar Brad Paisley’s twelfth album Love and War, rockers Incubus release 8 and Sheryl Crow gets back to her rocker roots with Be Myself. 

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