‘Honest Thief’ Stays Atop Redbox Disc Rental; ‘Croods’ Sequel Takes No. 1 On Demand Spot

Universal Pictures’ Honest Thief remained No. 1 on Redbox’s disc rental chart the week ended Jan. 10, while another Universal release, the animated sequel The Croods: A New Age, climbed to No. 1 on the Redbox On Demand chart.

The Liam Neeson-starrer Honest Thief slipped to No. 2 on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital rental transactions.

On the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks, the top five were unchanged from the previous week: Universal Pictures’ The War With Grandpa remained No. 2, while Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s Tenet remained No. 3, followed by Paramount’s Love and Monsters at No. 4, and Vertical Entertainment’s The Informer at No. 5.

The top newcomer on the disc chart, at No. 8, was Vertical Entertainment’s Skylines, a sci-fi film that deals with a virus impacting alien-human hybrids living on Earth in the future. It is the third film in the “Skyline” trilogy.

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The Redbox On Demand chart had the newly released Fatale, from Lionsgate, at No. 3. The film stars Hilary Swank as a woman who ropes her one-night stand into a police investigation.

Rounding out Redbox’s top five digital titles were Tenet at No. 4 and War With Grandpa at No. 5.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Jan. 10:

  1. Honest Thief — Universal
  2. The War With Grandpa — Universal
  3. Tenet — Warner
  4. Love and Monsters — Paramount
  5. The Informer — Vertical
  6. Alone (2020-A) — Magnolia
  7. Unhinged — Lionsgate
  8. Skylines — Vertical
  9. The Craft: Legacy — Sony Pictures
  10. Fatman — Paramount

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Jan. 10:

  1. The Croods: A New Age — Universal
  2. Honest Thief — Universal
  3. Fatale — Lionsgate
  4. Tenet — Warner
  5. The War With Grandpa — Universal
  6. Greenland — STX
  7. Love and Monsters — Paramount
  8. Unhinged — Solstice
  9. The Informer — Vertical
  10. Let Him Go — Universal

 

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