Here are some interesting new releases available now from cable and digital providers as well as some titles that have recently become available for streaming.

Video on Demand

"Peter Pan": Just in time to celebrate its 65th anniversary, this legendary classic has been released from the Disney vault for the first time in over a decade. Join Peter, Tinker Bell and the Darling kids on their adventures in Never Land. A digital purchase includes more than two hours of special features including a deleted song called "Never Smile at a Crocodile." (Digital VOD and Movies Anywhere)

"Peter Rabbit": It’s not uncommon for a film adaptation to pale in comparison to its source material, but this manic take on Beatrix Potter’s stories leaves a lot to be desired. Kids will likely get a kick out of Peter’s antics as he leads a team to steal food out of a country garden, but the increasingly escalated stunts are rather mean-spirited and surprisingly violent. Do your family a favor and choose "Paddington 2" instead. (Cable and digital VOD)

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Also on streaming services

"The Disaster Artist": Nominated for best adapted screenplay at the Academy Awards, James Franco directs this unbelievable true story behind one of the worst films ever made, Tommy Wiseau’s "The Room." That 2003 independent feature has become a cult classic over the years. James is virtually unrecognizable and in fine form as Wiseau while his brother Dave Franco portrays Greg Sestero, co-star of the original film and co-author of the book on which this is based. A thoroughly enjoyable comedy even if you have never seen Wiseau’s film. (Amazon Prime)

"Lost In London": For his directorial debut, actor Woody Harrelson has made an experimental film about what he has called the "least fun night" that he ever had. Inspired by his arrest in London back in 2002 for an evening where he caused damage to a taxi cab and was chased by police, he rounded up his pals Owen Wilson, Bono and even Willie Nelson to help tell the story. The film was shot in real time with one camera in the middle of the night in the United Kingdom and actually broadcast live into theaters this past January from Fathom Events. (Hulu)

"Thor: Ragnarok": For the third (and ultimately highest-grossing) film in the series, Marvel enlisted Taika Waititi ("Hunt For The Wilderpeople") to take on the superhero saga. This film picks up with Thor (Chris Hemsworth) imprisoned while his brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) has taken over Asgard with devious plans of destruction. There’s plenty of crossover with Doctor Strange and the Hulk, while new additions to the cast include the magnificent Cate Blanchett as Thor’s sister Hela and Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie. (Netflix)