(NBC NEWS) -- Theater hit "Iron Man 3" and the latest series of TV sensation "Modern Family" are just a couple of the hit productions out in digital and DVD this week.
Robert Downey junior lightens the mood in the bonus features for "Iron Man 3."
The disc is loaded with extras, including behind-the-scenes and a Jarvis app.
In this chapter, self-made superhero Tony Stark becomes the target of international terrorists putting him and everything he cares about at risk.
Meantime, Christian Bale kicks the tires on a batmobile in "Batman Begins."
The 2005 release is part of "The Dark Knight Trilogy, a box set of the batman films starring bale and directed by Christopher Nolan.
"The Dark Knight" is also included, as well as last year's "The Dark Knight Rises" in addition to a whole batcave worth of bonus features.
And teenage boys live the dream in "The Kings Of Summer."
Three friends in the throes of adolescence decide they've had enough of their parents so they run away from home and build their own makeshift castle.
But their sweet freedom soon becomes a test of friendship, and teaches them that adult supervision might not be such a bad thing.
The Pritchetts welcome a new family member in season four of "Modern Family."
This hit sitcom won its fourth best-comedy Emmy Sunday night.
The season follows the twists and turns of raising kids in the digital age when it is the parents who cause most of the trouble.
A profiler partners with a psycho in the first season of "Hannnibal." this NBC drama revolves around Dr. Hannibal Lecter -- the cannibal psychiatrist made famous in "The Silence Of The Lambs" movie.
When the FBI asks him to help solve a series of grisly murders, they have no idea the good doctor himself is a serial killer.