‘Hobbs & Shaw’ Drives to Top of Redbox Charts

Universal Pictures’ Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw debuted at No. 1 on Redbox’s kiosk disc rental and On Demand charts the week ended Nov. 10.

The Redbox disc rental chart tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at the company’s more than 40,000 red kiosks. The Redbox On Demand chart tracks digital transactions, including both electronic sellthrough and streaming rentals.

The “Fast & Furious” spinoff film earned $173.8 million at the domestic box office.

Disney’s The Lion King remake dropped to the No. 2 spot on the disc chart.

The No. 3 disc rental was Lionsgate’s Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, which was No. 2 on the On Demand chart.

The No. 4 disc rental was Warner’s The Kitchen, a crime drama that earned $12.2 million at the domestic box office.

Disney’s Toy Story 4 dropped to No. 5 on the disc chart.

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The Art of Racing in the Rain, from 20th Century Fox, took No. 3 on the On Demand chart and was the No. 6 disc rental.

Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man: Far From Home slid to No. 4 on the digital chart.

Universal’s The Secret Life of Pets 2 was No. 5 on the On Demand chart.

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

  1. Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw — Universal
  2. The Lion King — Disney
  3. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark — Lionsgate
  4. The Kitchen — Warner
  5. Toy Story 4 — Disney
  6. The Art of Racing in the Rain — Fox
  7. Running With the Devil — Redbox
  8. Aladdin (2019) — Disney
  9. Stuber — Fox
  10. Spider-Man: Far From Home — Sony Pictures

 

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

  1. Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw — Universal
  2. Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark — Lionsgate
  3. The Art of Racing in the Rain — Fox
  4. Spider-Man: Far From Home — Sony Pictures
  5. The Secret Life of Pets 2 — Universal
  6. Stuber — Fox
  7. John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum — Lionsgate
  8. Crawl — Paramount
  9. The Hustle — MGM
  10. Men In Black: International — Sony Pictures

 

Redbox Launches Content Acquisition and Production Arm

Redbox is revving up its efforts to provide original content to customers of its disc rental kiosks and Redbox on Demand transactional video-on-demand service.

The company on Oct. 25 announced the formation of Redbox Entertainment, a new label to acquire and produce content for Redbox’s 50 million U.S. customers.

“The Redbox brand is built on delivering the best selection of movies from the biggest blockbuster releases to films in genres and with actors that appeal to our loyal customers,” said Redbox CEO Galen Smith. “The formation of Redbox Entertainment leverages our deep insights to bring projects that we know appeal to our audience to deliver additional value and entertainment.”

Marc Danon has been tapped as senior advisor to head content acquisition for Redbox Entertainment. He reports directly to Smith.

Marc Danon

Danon previously was president of acquisitions and co-productions at Broad Green Pictures; prior to joining Broad Green in July 2015, he spent eight years at Lionsgate, most recently as SVP of acquisitions and business development. There, he worked on the acquisition of such films as Kevin Hart: Let Me ExplainJohn WickDear White PeopleA Most Wanted ManEverything Must Go and The Skeleton Twins.

Danon also built and managed third-party brands and partnerships with ABC, Codeblack, Comcast, ITV, Marvel, NBC, and Saban.

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Earlier in his career, Danon held various acquisitions positions at Netflix, Catch 23 Entertainment and Artisan Entertainment.

“Marc is a terrific fit to lead the growth of Redbox Entertainment,” Smith said. “He’s a talented creative with an impressive track record as a champion of films that catch fire with audiences; and a skilled executive adept at maximizing distribution opportunities and cultivating strategic partnerships.”

Redbox Entertainment is funding, developing and producing projects across genres, with a focus on action, comedy, and suspense/thrillers, the company said.

Projects are being sourced now — directly and through a number of distribution partners and channels. New projects will be announced soon.

Content acquired by Redbox Entertainment will be available physically at Redbox kiosks and digitally via Redbox On Demand, as well as in downstream windows post-Redbox release.

Redbox reaches 50 million consumers across the United States at more than 41,000 kiosks and an expanding On Demand offering. The company’s loyalty program, Redbox Perks, has 34 million members.

‘Toy Story 4’ Takes Over Redbox Disc Rentals, ‘Stuber’ Tops On Demand

Disney’s Toy Story 4 took over the No. 1 spot on the Redbox kiosk disc rental chart the week ended Oct. 20. The Redbox disc rental chart tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at the company’s more than 40,000 red kiosks.

The animated sequel had debuted at No. 2 on the chart two weeks earlier before hitting the second spot in its second week.

Stuber, from 20th Century Fox, debuted at No. 2 on the disc rental chart and No. 1 on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital transactions, including both electronic sellthrough and streaming rentals. The film, about a cop teaming up with a rideshare driver, earned $22.4 million at the domestic box office.

The No. 3 disc rental was Paramount’s Crawl, which was No. 2 on the On Demand chart. It earned $39 million at U.S. theaters.

The previous week’s top rental and digital title, Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man: Far From Home, slid to No. 4 on the disc chart and No. 3 on the digital chart.

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Disney’s remake of Aladdin was No. 5 on the disc rental chart.

Warner’s Annabelle Comes Home slipped to No. 6 on the disc chart and No. 4 on the digital chart.

Lionsgate’s John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum dropped to No. 8 on the rental chart and No. 5 on the On Demand chart.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Oct. 20:

  1. Toy Story 4 — Disney
  2. Stuber — Fox
  3. Crawl — Paramount
  4. Spider-Man: Far From Home — Sony Pictures
  5. Aladdin (2019) — Disney
  6. Annabelle Comes Home — Warner
  7. 3 From Hell — Lionsgate
  8. John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum — Lionsgate
  9. Men In Black: International — Sony Pictures
  10. X-Men: Dark Phoenix — Fox

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Oct. 20:

  1. Stuber — Fox
  2. Crawl — Paramount
  3. Spider-Man: Far From Home — Sony Pictures
  4. Annabelle Comes Home — Warner
  5. John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum — Lionsgate
  6. The Secret Life of Pets 2 — Universal
  7. Men In Black: International — Sony Pictures
  8. Yesterday — Universal
  9. The Hustle — MGM
  10. X-Men: Dark Phoenix — Fox

‘Aladdin’ Takes Over Redbox Disc Rentals, ‘Yesterday’ Tops On Demand

Disney’s live-action Aladdin remake took over the No. 1 spot on the Redbox kiosk disc rental chart the week ended Sept. 29. The Redbox disc rental chart tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at the company’s more than 40,000 red kiosks.

The musical fantasy had debuted at No. 3 on the chart two weeks earlier before hitting the second spot in its second week.

Universal Pictures’ Yesterday debuted at No. 1 on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital transactions, including both electronic sellthrough and streaming rentals.

Yesterday, which earned $73 million at the domestic box office, is about an aspiring musician who, when he learns he is the only one who remembers the Beatles, begins re-introducing their songs to the world as his own. It debuted as the No. 6 disc rental.

The previous week’s top rental and digital title, Fox’ X-Men: Dark Phoenix, slid to No. 2 on both charts.

The No. 3 disc rental was Warner’s latest reboot of Shaft, which was No. 5 on the On Demand chart. It earned $21 million at U.S. theaters.

Lionsgate’s John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum dropped to No. 4 on the rental chart and No. 3 on the On Demand chart.

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Another Lionsgate action thriller, Anna , debuted at No. 5 on the rental chart and No. 6 on the rental chart. It made $7.7 million at domestic theaters.

Fox’s remake of the horror film Child’s Play was No. 4 on the On Demand chart and No. 7 on the disc rental chart. It’s U.S. box office haul was $29 million.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Sept. 29:

  1. Aladdin (2019) — Disney
  2. X-Men: Dark Phoenix — Fox
  3. Shaft (2019) — Warner
  4. John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum — Lionsgate
  5. Anna — Lionsgate
  6. Yesterday — Universal
  7. Child’s Play (2019) — Fox
  8. Men In Black: International — Sony Pictures
  9. The Secret Life of Pets 2 — Universal
  10. Ma — Universal

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Sept. 29:

  1. Yesterday — Universal
  2. X-Men: Dark Phoenix — Fox
  3. John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum
  4. Child’s Play (2019) — Fox
  5. Shaft (2019) — Warner
  6. Anna — Lionsgate
  7. The Secret Life of Pets 2 — Universal
  8. Men In Black: International — Sony Pictures
  9. Ma — Universal
  10. The Hustle — MGM

‘Godzilla,’ Secret Life of Pets’ Sequels Top Redbox Disc Rental and On Demand Charts

Warner’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters took over the No. 1 spot on the Redbox kiosk disc rental chart the week ended Sept. 1. The Redbox disc rental chart tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at the company’s more than 40,000 red kiosks.

The monster sequel earned $110.5 million at the domestic box office.

Universal Pictures’ The Secret Life of Pets 2 debuted as the No. 2 disc rental and was No. 1 on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital transactions, including both electronic sellthrough and streaming rentals.

The animated sequel earned $157.8 million in U.S. theaters.

Godzilla: King of the Monsters was No. 2 on the On Demand chart.

No. 3 on both charts was the Universal comedy The Hustle.

Paramount’s Elton John biopic Rocketman debuted at No. 4 on both charts after earning $96.4 million at the domestic box office.

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Rounding out the top five disc rentals was Disney’s Avengers: Endgame, down from the top spot a week earlier.

Sony Pictures’ Brightburn, a dark twist on a traditional superhero origin story, was No. 5 on the On Demand chart.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Sept. 1:

  1. Godzilla: King of the Monsters — Warner
  2. The Secret Life of Pets 2 — Universal
  3. The Hustle — Universal
  4. Rocketman — Paramount
  5. Avengers: Endgame — Disney
  6. Pokémon Detective Pikachu — Warner
  7. A Dog’s Journey — Universal
  8. Brightburn — Sony Pictures
  9. Long Shot — Lionsgate
  10. The Curse of La Llorona — Warner

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Sept. 1:

  1. The Secret Life of Pets 2 — Universal
  2. Godzilla: King of the Monsters — Warner
  3. The Hustle — MGM
  4. Rocketman — Paramount
  5. Brightburn — Sony Pictures
  6. A Dog’s Journey — Universal
  7. Long Shot — Lionsgate
  8. Pokémon Detective Pikachu — Warner
  9. John Wick — Lionsgate
  10. Shazam! — Warner

Redbox and Lionsgate Announce New Multiyear Deal

Redbox and Lionsgate on June 12 announced a new multiyear agreement continuing to make Lionsgate disc and digital content available at Redbox kiosks and Redbox On Demand.

Lionsgate DVDs and Blu-ray Discs will continue to be available for rent at Redbox nationwide fleet of kiosks, while Lionsgate digital content will be available for sale or rental through the Redbox On Demand service.

“This new deal allows Redbox to lean further into Lionsgate content in a more impactful way across our physical and digital offerings,” said Redbox CEO Galen Smith.  “We’re thankful for the continued partnership that allows us to offer consumers more choice when planning a meaningful movie night with friends and family.”

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“We greatly value our long-term partnership with Redbox and are happy to be extending our relationship,” said Ron Schwartz, Lionsgate’s president of worldwide home entertainment. “We remain committed to making our portfolio of premium content available to consumers at the Redbox kiosks and on their digital platform.”

Redbox has more than 41,500 kiosks nationwide offering DVD, Blu-ray and video game rentals and purchases and streaming On Demand available across leading devices.

‘A Madea Family Funeral’ Buries the Competition on Redbox Charts

Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral debuted at the top of both the Redbox disc rental and digital charts for the week ended June 9.

The Lionsgate comedy, featuring Perry’s final turn in the title role of Madea, took the No. 1 spot on the Redbox kiosk chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at the company’s more than 40,000 red vending machines, as well as the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital transactions, including both electronic sellthrough and streaming rentals. In the film, which made $73.3 million at the box office, Madea travels to a family celebration only to see it turn into a funeral revealing uncomfortable secrets.

Universal’s The Upside fell one spot to No. 2 on both charts after two weeks at No. 1. The comedy, starring Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart, follows an out-of-work ex-con and a wealthy quadriplegic who unexpectedly come together and help each other. It made $108.3 million at the box office.

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Universal’s animated How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World dropped one place on the disc chart, from No. 2 to No. 3, and one spot on the digital chart, from No. 4 to No. 5. Meanwhile, Warner’s romantic comedy sendup Isn’t It Romantic, starring Rebel Wilson, fell from No. 3 to No. 4 on the disc chart and from No. 2 to No. 3 on the digital chart. Lionsgate/Quiver’s Drunk Parents, starring Alec Baldwin and Salma Hayek, retained the No. 5 place on the disc chart.

The only other new release to land on the disc chart (No. 7) was Lionsgate’s The Kid, about a boy who witnesses the famous confrontation between Sheriff Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid. The Western, directed by Vincent D’Onofrio, earned just $1.5 million at the box office, but features such stars as Chris Pratt and Ethan Hawke. It came in at No. 4 on the digital chart.

 

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended June 9:

  1. Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral — Lionsgate
  2. The Upside— Universal
  3. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World— Universal
  4. Isn’t It Romantic— Warner
  5. Drunk Parents — Lionsgate/Quiver
  6. Cold Pursuit— Lionsgate
  7. The Kid (2019)— Lionsgate
  8. Fighting With My Family— Universal
  9. Aquaman — Warner
  10. The Mule — Warner

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended June 9:

  1. Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral — Lionsgate
  2. The Upside — STX
  3. Isn’t It Romantic — Warner
  4. The Kid (2019)— Lionsgate
  5. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World— Universal
  6. Cold Pursuit — Lionsgate
  7. Fighting With My Family — MGM
  8. Glass — Universal
  9. What Men Want — Paramount
  10. Aquaman— Warner

Warner’s ‘A Star Is Born’ Shoots to No. 1 on Redbox Charts

It may have picked up just one Academy Award (Best Original Song) from its eight nominations, but A Star Is Born triumphed on both Redbox charts the week leading up to the Oscar ceremony Feb. 24.

Warner’s 2018 update of the classic film story landed at No. 1 on both the Redbox kiosk chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at the company’s more than 40,000 red vending machines, and the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks transactional video-on-demand (TVOD), both electronic sellthrough (EST) and streaming, the week ended Feb. 24.

The film, which earned $210.9 million at the box office and debuted on disc Feb. 19, stars Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga — both nominated for Oscars for their performances — as two musicians who come together on stage and in life in a complex journey through the beauty and heartbreak of a relationship struggling to survive.

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Four other new releases appeared on the Redbox disc chart for the week. Lionsgate’s Robin Hood, another retelling of a classic story, starring Taron Egerton as Robin Hood and Jamie Foxx as Little John, debuted at No. 2. Paramount Pictures’ Overlord, a story produced by J.J. Abrams about a team of American paratroopers who encounter Nazi super-soldiers, entered the chart at No. 4. Lionsgate’s Backtrace, an action thriller starring Sylvester Stallone, debuted at No. 8. And 20th Century Fox’s Can You Ever Forgive Me? — which earned three Oscar noms, for Best Actress (Melissa McCarthy), Best Supporting Actor (Richard E. Grant) and Best Adapted Screenplay — entered the disc chart at No. 10.

Fox’s Bohemian Rhapsody, which won all but one of the five Oscars for which it was nominated, including Best Actor for Rami Malek, finished its second week in disc release at No. 3, falling from No. 1.

On the digital chart, Bohemian Rhapsody fell one spot to No. 2, behind A Star Is Born, which shot up the chart from No. 10 the previous week. Robin Hood took the third spot, followed by Paramount’s Tyler Perry comedy Nobody’s Fool at No. 4 (from No. 2 the previous week), Overlord at No. 5 and Can You Ever Forgive Me? at No. 6.

Interestingly, two titles released in the fall of last year appeared on the digital chart. Sony Pictures’ Nov. 13 release Searching, which stars John Cho as a distraught father who sifts through his missing daughter’s digital footprint determined to find her, appeared at No. 9. And Universal Pictures’ Sept. 25 release Skyscraper, an actioner starring Dwayne Johnson, came in at No. 10.

 

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Feb. 24:

  1. A Star Is Born (2018) (New) — Warner
  2. Robin Hood (2018) (New) — Lionsgate
  3. Bohemian Rhapsody — Fox
  4. Overlord (New) — Paramount
  5. The Grinch — Universal
  6. Nobody’s Fool — Paramount
  7. Widows — Fox
  8. Backtrace (New) — Lionsgate
  9. The Girl in the Spider’s Web — Sony
  10. Can You Ever Forgive Me? (New) — Fox

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Feb. 24:

  1. A Star Is Born (2018) — Warner
  2. Bohemian Rhapsody — Fox
  3. Robin Hood (2018) — Lionsgate
  4. Nobody’s Fool — Paramount
  5. Overlord — Paramount
  6. Can You Ever Forgive Me? — Fox
  7. The Grinch — Universal
  8. Widows — Fox
  9. Searching — Sony
  10. Skyscraper — Universal

Fox’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Champion of Redbox Charts

The Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody rocked the Redbox charts the week ended Feb. 17.

The 20th Century Fox film debuted at No. 1 on both the Redbox kiosk chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at the company’s more than 40,000 red vending machines, and the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks transactional video-on-demand (TVOD), both electronic sellthrough (EST) and streaming.

The critically acclaimed story of the lead singer of the rock band Queen received five Oscar nominations, including Best Actor for Rami Malek in the role of Mercury, and earned more than $212.2 million in theaters.

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The Grinch, the latest take on the classic children’s Christmas story from Universal Pictures, fell to No. 2 on the disc chart its second week in physical release. It landed at No. 4 (falling from No. 1) on the digital chart.

The only other new release on the disc chart for the week, Paramount’s Tyler Perry comedy Nobody’s Fool, debuted at No. 3. It came in at No. 2 on Redbox’s digital chart. The film, starring Tiffany Haddish, Tika Sumpter and Whoopi Goldberg, earned $31.7 million in theaters.

Fox’s heist-thriller Widows, starring Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Elizabeth Debicki and Cynthia Erivo, slipped to No. 4 on the disc chart and to No. 3 on the Redbox On Demand chart. The film, which took in $42.4 million at the box office, gathered plaudits for Davis and Debicki, but it was snubbed in the Oscar race.

Sony Pictures’ action-thriller The Girl in the Spider’s Web, starring Claire Foy, took the fifth spot on both Redbox’s disc and digital charts after landing at No. 3 on both charts the week before. A sequel to the The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, the film earned $14.8 million theatrically.

Meanwhile, more than a year after its digital release, Universal’s Happy Death Day made an appearance on the Redbox On Demand chart at No. 8 as its sequel, Happy Death Day 2U, came out in theaters Feb. 13.

Also popping back up on the digital chart at No. 10 about a month after its release was Warner’s A Star Is Born, which has received eight Oscar noms. The 91st Academy Awards takes place Feb. 24.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Feb. 17:

  1. Bohemian Rhapsody (New)
  2. The Grinch
  3. Nobody’s Fool (2018) (New)
  4. Widows
  5. The Girl in the Spider’s Web
  6. Hunter Killer
  7. First Man
  8. Night School
  9. The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
  10. Venom (2018)

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Feb. 17

  1. Bohemian Rhapsody
  2. Nobody’s Fool
  3. Widows
  4. The Grinch
  5. The Girl in the Spider’s Web
  6. Hunter Killer
  7. Crazy Rich Asians
  8. Happy Death Day
  9. The Sisters Brothers
  10. A Star Is Born (2018)

‘Night School,’ ‘Venom’ Top Redbox Charts

It was a split decision at Redbox the week ended Dec. 30.

Universal Pictures’ Night School, a comedy starring Kevin Hart that earned $77.3 million in North American theaters, debuted at No. 1 on the Redbox kiosk chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at the company’s more than 40,000 red vending machines.

Sony Pictures’ Venom, a superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name, remained on top of the Redbox On Demand chart for the second consecutive week. The Redbox On Demand chart tracks transactional video-on-demand (TVOD), both electronic sellthrough (EST) and transactional streaming.

Night School debuted at No. 2 on the Redbox On Demand chart. In the film, a successful salesman (Hart) sees his life turned around after getting fired for accidentally destroying his workplace. Forced to attend night school so he can finally get his GED and find another job, he soon finds himself amongst a group of misfit students, a teacher with no patience for class clowns (Tiffany Haddish) and his high school nemesis-turned-principal (Taran Killam) who will strive to make sure he fails the course.

Venom, with a domestic gross of $213 million 2018’s No. 10 movie, slipped to No. 2 on the Redbox disc-rental chart its second week in kiosks.

The Predator, from 20th Century Fox, debuted at No. 3 on the Redbox kiosk chart while slipping to No. 7 from No. 6 the prior week on the Redbox On Demand chart.

Rounding out the top five on the Redbox disc-rental chart were the Sony Pictures revenge thriller The Equalizer 2 at No. 4, down from No. 3 the prior week, and Universal Pictures’ The House With a Clock in its Walls at No. 5. The latter, a family fantasy about a young boy who is sent to live with his uncle in a spooky old house, had debuted at No. 2 the previous week.

Another new release, Sony Pictures’ White Boy Rick, debuted at No. 7 on the kiosk chart. The film, a biographical crime drama about the youngest-ever FBI informant, earned $24 million in theaters after debuting at the Telluride Film Festival.

On the Redbox On Demand digital chart, Lionsgate’s A Simple Favor, a black comedy about a vlogger who tries to solve the disappearance of her rich and mysterious best friend, slipped to No. 3 after bowing at No. 2 the prior week.

The Equalizer 2 finished the week at No. 4 followed at No. 5 by The House With a Clock in its Walls. Both films slipped a spot from the prior week.

White Boy Rick came in at No. 6 on the Redbox On Demand digital chart.

 

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ending December 30

  1. Night School (new)
  2. Venom
  3. The Predator (new)
  4. The Equalizer 2
  5. The House With a Clock in its Walls
  6. Smallfoot
  7. White Boy Rick (new)
  8. Peppermint
  9. A Simple Favor
  10. Mission: Impossible – Fallout

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ending December 30

  1. Venom
  2. Night School
  3. A Simple Favor
  4. The Equalizer 2
  5. The House With a Clock in its Walls
  6. White Boy Rick
  7. Peppermint
  8. The Predator
  9. Mission: Impossible – Fallout
  10. Smallfoot

 

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