‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Returns to Top Spot on Redbox Disc Rental Chart

Sony Pictures’ Venom: Let There Be Carnage returned to the top spot on the Redbox disc rental chart the week ended Jan. 9, and stayed No. 1 on the Redbox On Demand chart for a fourth week.

That pushed the top rental the previous two weeks, MGM’s No Time to Die, to No. 2 on the Redbox disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks. It also fell to No. 3 on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions. The latest James Bond film is distributed on disc by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.

No. 2 on the digital chart was was another Sony Pictures title, Ghostbusters: Afterlife. A sequel to the 1980s “Ghostbusters” films, Afterlife tells the story of a family that moves to Oklahoma and learns about their connection to an original Ghostbuster.

Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ The Last Duel remained No. 3 on the disc chart but fell to No. 8 on the digital chart.

The No. 3 digital title was Paramount’s Clifford the Big Red Dog, an adaptation of the children’s book series about a little girl whose best friend is a giant red dog.

No. 4 on the Redbox disc rental chart and No. 9 on the digital chart was Lionsgate’s Dangerous, a thriller with Scott Eastwood as an ex-con who violates his parole to investigate how his brother died.

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No. 5 on the Redbox disc rental chart was again Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ Free Guy, which was No. 6 on the digital chart.

The No. 5 digital title was Sing 2, an animated sequel from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment that become available for premium VOD rental Jan. 7.

Other newcomers to the disc rental chart include the Redbox-exclusive American Siege at No. 7, Decal’s Spencer at No. 8, and Lionsgate’s Zeroes and Ones at No. 10.

American Siege is a thriller with Bruce Willis about an ex-NYPD officer-turned-sheriff of a small rural Georgia town who must contend with a gang of thieves that have taken a wealthy doctor hostage.

Spencer, available at Redbox kiosks a week before its wide release date, is a fictionalized docudrama about the Christmas weekend in 1991 that Princess Diana (Kristen Stewart) decided to leave the British royal family.

Zeroes and Ones is a political thriller about a soldier played by Ethan Hawke racing to stop a terrorist bombing in Rome.

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

  1. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  2. No Time to Die — Universal/MGM
  3. The Last Duel — 20th Century
  4. Dangerous — Lionsgate
  5. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  6. Cry Macho — Warner
  7. American Siege — Redbox
  8. Spencer — Decal
  9. Jungle Cruise — Disney
  10. Zeroes and Ones — Lionsgate

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Jan. 9:

  1. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  2. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Sony Pictures
  3. Clifford the Big Red Dog — Paramount
  4. No Time to Die — MGM
  5. Sing 2 — Universal
  6. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  7. Antlers — Searchlight
  8. The Last Duel — Disney/20th Century
  9. Dangerous — Lionsgate
  10. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal

 

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‘No Time to Die,’ ‘Venom’ Continue to Hold Top Spots on Weekly Redbox Charts

MGM’s No Time to Die remained No. 1 on the Redbox disc rental chart the week ended Jan. 2, and stayed No. 2 on the Redbox On Demand chart during the week as well.

The latest James Bond actioner, distributed on disc by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, is the fifth and final film to feature Daniel Craig as Agent 007 and earned $160.8 million at the domestic box office.

Sony Pictures’ Venom: Let There Be Carnage, stayed No. 2 on the disc rental chart, but maintained the top spot for a third week on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions.

Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ The Last Duel remained No. 3 on the Redbox disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks, and rose a spot to No. 5 on the digital chart. The drama from Ridley Scott tells the story of the last sanctioned duel in France in the 14th century.

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The No. 4 disc rental was once again Warner’s Cry Macho, meaning the top four remained the same from the previous week. The film was directed by and stars Clint Eastwood as an aging former rodeo star and washed-up horse breeder in 1979 who takes a job from an ex-boss (Dwight Yoakam) to bring the man’s young son home from Mexico. It was No. 10 on the digital chart.

No. 5 on the Redbox disc rental chart was Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ Free Guy, which was No. 3 on the digital chart.

The No. 4 digital title was Universal’s Copshop, which was No. 10 on the disc rental chart.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Jan. 2:

  1. No Time to Die — Universal/MGM
  2. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  3. The Last Duel — 20th Century
  4. Cry Macho — Warner
  5. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  6. Dangerous — Lionsgate
  7. Jungle Cruise — Disney
  8. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings — Disney/Marvel
  9. Fortress — Lionsgate
  10. Copshop — Universal

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Jan. 2:

  1. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  2. No Time to Die — MGM
  3. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  4. Copshop — Universal
  5. The Last Duel — Disney/20th Century
  6. Old — Universal
  7. Dangerous — Lionsgate
  8. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  9. 13 Minutes — Quiver
  10. Cry Macho — Warner

 

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‘No Time to Die,’ ‘Venom’ Lead Redbox Charts

MGM’s No Time to Die debuted at No. 1 on the Redbox disc rental chart the week ended Dec. 26, and climbed to No. 2 on the Redbox On Demand chart as well.

The latest James Bond actioner, distributed on disc by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, is the fifth and final film to feature Daniel Craig as Agent 007 and earned $160.8 million at the domestic box office.

The previous week’s top disc rental, Sony Pictures’ Venom: Let There Be Carnage, slipped to No. 2 on the disc rental chart, but maintained the top spot on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions.

Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ The Last Duel landed at No. 3 on the Redbox disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks, and slid a spot to No. 6 on the digital chart. The drama from Ridley Scott tells the story of the last sanctioned duel in France in the 14th century. It was released on disc Dec. 14 but didn’t make its way to Redbox kiosks until a week later.

Down a spot from the previous week, to No. 4, was Warner’s Cry Macho, directed by and starring Clint Eastwood as an aging former rodeo star and washed-up horse breeder in 1979 who takes a job from an ex-boss (Dwight Yoakam) to bring the man’s young son home from Mexico. 

No. 5 on the Redbox disc rental chart was Lionsgate’s Dangerous, a thriller with Scott Eastwood as an ex-con who violates his parole to investigate how his brother died. The cast also includes Mel Gibson, Famke Janssen, Kevin Durand and Tyrese Gibson.

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The Redbox On Demand chart saw Universal’s 2000 live-action How the Grinch Stole Christmas slide to No. 3, and the same studio’s 2018 animated The Grinch was No. 4, each down a spot from the previous week.

Another movie getting a boost just before Christmas was Warner’s Elf, up three spots to No. 5 on the digital chart.

New to the digital chart, at No. 10, was True to the Game 3, a thriller from Premiere Digital Services that continues the crime trilogy.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Dec. 26:

  1. No Time to Die — Universal/MGM
  2. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  3. The Last Duel — 20th Century
  4. Cry Macho — Warner
  5. Dangerous — Lionsgate
  6. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings — Disney/Marvel
  7. Fortress — Lionsgate
  8. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  9. Jungle Cruise — Disney
  10. Copshop — Universal

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Dec. 26:

  1. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  2. No Time to Die — MGM
  3. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) — Universal
  4. The Grinch — Universal
  5. Elf — Warner
  6. The Last Duel — Disney/20th Century
  7. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  8. Spider-Man: Far From Home — Sony Pictures
  9. Copshop — Universal
  10. True to the Game 3 — Premiere

 

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‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Tops Redbox Charts

Sony Pictures’ Venom: Let There Be Carnage debuted at No. 1 on both the Redbox disc rental chart and the Redbox On Demand chart the week ended Dec. 19.

The film, based on the character from Marvel’s Spider-Man comics, an alien symbiote who possesses a photographer named Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy), earned $212.5 million at the domestic box office and arrived on DVD and Blu-ray just before the theatrical release of Spider-Man: No Way Home. The sequel to 2018’s Venom finds Eddie and Venom battling a death row killer (Woody Harrelson) who becomes possessed by a symbiote named Carnage.

No. 2 on the Redbox disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks, was Lionsgate’s Dangerous, a thriller with Scott Eastwood as an ex-con who violates his parole to investigate how his brother died. The cast also includes Mel Gibson, Famke Janssen, Kevin Durand and Tyrese Gibson.

Down a spot from the previous week, to No. 3, was Warner’s Cry Macho, directed by and starring Clint Eastwood as an aging former rodeo star and washed-up horse breeder in 1979 who takes a job from an ex-boss (Dwight Yoakam) to bring the man’s young son home from Mexico. 

The previous week’s top rental, Disney-owned Marvel Studios’ Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, dropped to No. 4.

Universal Pictures’ actioner Copshop dropped to No. 5 on the disc rental chart and was No. 7 on the Redbox On Demand chart after topping the digital chart the previous week.

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The Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions, saw Universal’s 2000 live-action How the Grinch Stole Christmas rise a spot to No. 2, and the same studio’s 2018 animated The Grinch climb to No. 3.

The No. 4 digital title was Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man: Far From Home, getting a boost from its aforementioned sequel’s theatrical release.

Rounding out the top five Redbox On Demand titles was Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ The Last Duel, a drama from Ridley Scott about the last sanctioned duel in France in the 14th century.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Dec. 19:

  1. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  2. Dangerous — Lionsgate
  3. Cry Macho — Warner
  4. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings — Disney/Marvel
  5. Copshop — Universal
  6. Jungle Cruise — Disney
  7. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  8. Ron’s Gone Wrong — Disney/20th Century
  9. The Last Son — Redbox
  10. Candyman (2021) — Universal

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Dec. 19:

  1. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  2. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) — Universal
  3. The Grinch — Universal
  4. Spider-Man: Far From Home — Sony Pictures
  5. The Last Duel — Disney/20th Century
  6. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  7. Copshop — Universal
  8. Elf — Warner
  9. The Addams Family 2 — MGM
  10. Old — Universal

 

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‘Shang-Chi’ Tops Redbox Disc Rentals; ‘Copshop’ Tops Digital List

Disney-owned Marvel Studios’ Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings took over the top spot on the Redbox disc rental chart the week ended Dec. 12.

The superhero actioner was released on disc Nov. 30 but didn’t become available at Redbox kiosks until Dec. 7. It is the top-grossing domestic film of the year with $224.5 million at the box office.

Shang-Chi landed at No. 4 on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions.

The top digital title was Universal Pictures’ Copshop, a thriller about a con man who hides out from a hitman by getting himself locked up in a small-town jail. It was the No. 3 disc rental.

The No. 2 disc rental was Warner’s Cry Macho, directed by and starring Clint Eastwood as an aging former rodeo star and washed-up horse breeder in 1979 who takes a job from an ex-boss (Dwight Yoakam) to bring the man’s young son home from Mexico. 

The previous week’s top disc rental, Disney’s Jungle Cruise, slipped to No. 4 on the Redbox disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks, and No. 8 on the digital chart.

Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ Free Guy dropped to No. 5 on the disc rental chart but rose a spot to No. 2 on the Redbox On Demand chart.

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Rounding out the top digital titles were some Christmas favorites. Universal’s 2000 live-action How the Grinch Stole Christmas was No. 3, the same studio’s 2018 animated The Grinch was No. 5, and Warner’s Elf was No. 10.

Sony Pictures’ comic book adaptation Venom: Let There Be Carnage slipped to No. 6 on the digital chart after topping the list the previous week.

The No. 10 disc rental was a Redbox exclusive called The Last Son, a Western about a man who hunts down his own children because he believes one of them is prophesized to kill him.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Dec. 12:

  1. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings — Disney/Marvel
  2. Cry Macho — Warner
  3. Copshop — Universal
  4. Jungle Cruise — Disney
  5. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  6. Candyman (2021) — Universal
  7. Stillwater — Universal
  8. Old — Universal
  9. Malignant — Warner
  10. The Last Son — Redbox

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Dec. 12:

  1. Copshop — Universal
  2. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  3. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) — Universal
  4. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings — Disney/Marvel
  5. The Grinch — Universal
  6. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  7. Old — Universal
  8. Jungle Cruise — Disney
  9. Candyman (2021) — Universal
  10. Elf — Warner

 

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‘Jungle Cruise’ Repeats as Top Redbox Disc Rental; ‘Venom’ Sequel Tops Digital Chart

Disney’s Jungle Cruise remained No. 1 on the Redbox disc rental chart the week ended Dec. 5, its second week in the top spot.

However, the adventure film based on the Disneyland ride of the same name slipped to No. 4 on the Redbox On Demand chart, ending a run of two weeks atop that chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions.

The new No. 1 digital title was Sony Pictures’ comic book adaptation Venom: Let There Be Carnage, up two spots from the previous week.

Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ Free Guy was No. 2 on the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks. It slipped a spot to No. 3 on the Redbox On Demand chart.

The No. 2 digital title was the newly released Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings from Disney-owned Marvel Studios. The 25th entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe stars Simu Liu as the title hero, who must confront father’s criminal past.

The No. 3 disc rental was Warner’s Malignant, which arrived on disc Nov. 30. The horror film from director James Wan is about a woman who is paralyzed by shocking visions of grisly murders.

Universal Pictures’ Candyman relaunch slipped to No. 4 on Redbox’s disc rental chart and No. 7 on the Redbox on Demand chart.

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Universal Pictures’ Stillwater slipped to No. 5 on the disc rental chart and No. 9 on the digital chart.

Rounding out the top five digital titles was Universal Pictures’ Old, which dropped to No. 6 on the disc chart.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Dec. 5:

  1. Jungle Cruise — Disney
  2. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  3. Malignant — Warner
  4. Candyman (2021) — Universal
  5. Stillwater — Universal
  6. Old — Universal
  7. One Shot — Screen Media
  8. 13 Minutes — Quiver
  9. The Suicide Squad — Warner
  10. Reminiscence — Warner

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Dec. 5:

  1. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  2. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings — Disney/Marvel
  3. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  4. Jungle Cruise — Disney
  5. Old — Universal
  6. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) — Universal
  7. Candyman (2021) — Universal
  8. The Grinch — Universal
  9. Stillwater — Universal
  10. The Suicide Squad — Warner

 

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‘Jungle Cruise’ Tops Redbox Disc and Digital Charts

Disney’s Jungle Cruise remained No. 1 on the Redbox On Demand chart for a second week and took over the top spot on Redbox’s disc rental chart the week ended Nov. 28.

The adventure film based on the Disneyland ride of the same name stars Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt as adventures searching the Amazon for a mythical tree that can heal any illness.

Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ Free Guy was No. 2 on both charts, maintaining its position on the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks, and rising one spot on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions.

The previous week’s top disc rental, Universal Pictures’ Candyman relaunch, slipped to No. 3 on Redbox’s disc rental chart and No. 5 on the Redbox on Demand chart.

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The No. 3 digital title was a new release, Sony Pictures’ comic book adaptation Venom: Let There Be Carnage. The sequel to 2018’s Venom was released for digital purchase Nov. 23.

Universal Pictures’ Stillwater slipped to No. 4 on the disc rental chart but remained No. 6 on the digital chart.

Rounding out the top five disc rentals Universal Pictures’ Old, which stayed No. 4 on the digital chart.

No. 10 on both charts was another newcomer, Quiver’s 13 Minutes, about four families in a small American town dealing with a tornado.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Nov. 28:

  1. Jungle Cruise — Disney
  2. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  3. Candyman (2021) — Universal
  4. Stillwater — Universal
  5. Old — Universal
  6. Reminiscence — Warner
  7. The Suicide Squad — Warner
  8. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  9. Don’t Breathe 2 — Sony Pictures
  10. 13 Minutes — Quiver

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Nov. 28:

  1. Jungle Cruise — Disney
  2. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  3. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  4. Old — Universal
  5. Candyman (2021) — Universal
  6. Stillwater — Universal
  7. The Suicide Squad — Warner
  8. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  9. Don’t Breathe 2 — Sony Pictures
  10. 13 Minutes — Quiver

 

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‘Candyman’ Tops Redbox Disc Rentals, ‘Jungle Cruise’ Leads on Digital List

Universal Pictures’ Candyman relaunch debuted at No. 1 on Redbox’s disc rental chart and was No. 2 on the Redbox on Demand chart the week ended Nov. 21.

The sequel to the 1992 film of the same name stars Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as an artist who explores the macabre history of Candyman at the expense of his sanity. It earned $61.2 million at the domestic box office.

The No. 1 title on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions, was Disney’s Jungle Cruise, the adventure film based on the Disneyland ride of the same name.

The top disc rental the previous two weeks, Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ Free Guy, dropped to No. 2 on the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks. Free Guy also dropped to No. 3 on the digital chart after occupying the top spot there for five weeks.

Universal Pictures’ Stillwater remained No. 3 on the disc rental chart but slid a spot to No. 6 on the digital chart.

The No. 4 disc rental was RLJ Entertainment’s Prisoners of Ghostland. The film stars Nicolas Cage as a ruthless bank robber sprung from jail by a wealthy warlord whose adopted granddaughter is missing. Strapped into a leather suit that will self destruct in five days, the bandit sets off to find the missing girl.

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Rounding out the top five disc rentals was Warner’s Reminiscence.

Universal Pictures’ Old slipped to No. 4 on the digital chart and No. 6 on the disc chart.

The No. 5 digital title was Warner’s The Suicide Squad, which was No. 7 on the disc chart.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Nov. 21:

  1. Candyman (2021) — Universal
  2. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  3. Stillwater — Universal
  4. Prisoners of the Ghostland — RLJ
  5. Reminiscence — Warner
  6. Old — Universal
  7. The Suicide Squad — Warner
  8. Don’t Breathe 2 — Sony Pictures
  9. Respect — Universal
  10. Paw Patrol: The Movie — Paramount

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Nov. 21:

  1. Jungle Cruise — Disney
  2. Candyman (2021) — Universal
  3. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  4. Old — Universal
  5. The Suicide Squad — Warner
  6. Stillwater — Universal
  7. Don’t Breathe 2 — Sony Pictures
  8. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  9. Respect — MGM
  10. No Time to Die — MGM

 

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‘Free Guy’ Repeats as No. 1 on Redbox Charts, 5th Week Atop Digital

Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ Free Guy topped the Redbox On Demand chart for a fifth-consecutive week, while also topping Redbox’s disc rental chart for a second-consecutive week the week ended Nov. 14.

The film stars Ryan Reynolds as a bank teller who learns he is a video game character.

The top new release on the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks, was Warner’s Reminiscence at No. 2. The sci-fi mystery stars Hugh Jackman as a man who runs a business that helps people relive their memories.

Universal Pictures’ Stillwater dropped a spot to No. 3 on the disc rental chart and No. 5 on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions. The film stars Matt Damon as an Oklahoma father looking for evidence to free his daughter from prison in France.

Universal Pictures’ Old rose a spot to No. 4 on the disc chart and remained No. 2 on the Redbox On Demand chart for a fourth week.

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Warner’s The Suicide Squad slipped a spot to No. 5 on the disc chart, while appearing on the digital chart for the first time at No. 3.

The No. 4 digital title was the James Bond movie No Time to Die, recently made available via PVOD from MGM.

Another newcomer on the charts was MGM’s Respect, a biopic starring Jennifer Hudson as Aretha Franklin. The film, distributed on disc by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, was No. 6 on the disc chart and No. 7 on the digital chart.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Nov. 14:

  1. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  2. Reminiscence — Warner
  3. Stillwater — Universal
  4. Old — Universal
  5. The Suicide Squad — Warner
  6. Respect — Universal
  7. Don’t Breathe 2 — Sony Pictures
  8. Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins — Paramount
  9. Old Henry — Shout! Factory
  10. Paw Patrol: The Movie — Paramount

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Nov. 14:

  1. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  2. Old — Universal
  3. The Suicide Squad — Warner
  4. No Time to Die — MGM
  5. Stillwater — Universal
  6. Don’t Breathe 2 — Sony Pictures
  7. Respect — MGM
  8. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  9. Dangerous — Lionsgate
  10. Old Henry — Shout! Factory

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‘Free Guy’ Ascends to No. 1 on Redbox Charts, 4th Week Atop Digital

Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ Free Guy topped the Redbox On Demand chart for a fourth consecutive week, while also moving into the top spot on Redbox’s disc rental chart for the first time the week ended Nov. 7.

The film, which stars Ryan Reynolds as a bank teller who learns he is a video game character, had been in the third spot the previous week after becoming available at kiosks a few weeks after its disc has been available for sale.

Universal Pictures’ Stillwater climbed two spots to No. 2 on the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks, and remained No. 4 on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions. The film stars Matt Damon as an Oklahoma father looking for evidence to free his daughter from prison in France.

Sony Pictures’ Don’t Breathe 2 was No. 3 on both charts, maintaining its position on the digital chart, but dropping two spots on the rental chart, where it was the top title a week earlier.

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Warner’s The Suicide Squad slipped two spots to No. 4 on the disc chart.

Universal Pictures’ Old remained No. 5 on the disc chart and remained No. 2 on the Redbox On Demand chart for a third week.

Rounding out the top five digital titles was Universal’s F9: The Fast Saga, which was the No. 9 disc rental.

The only newcomer among the top 10 disc rentals was No. 7 Paw Patrol: The Movie, from Paramount, the big-screen version of the popular Nickelodeon animated series. It was No. 8 on the digital chart.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Nov. 7:

  1. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  2. Stillwater — Universal
  3. Don’t Breathe 2 — Sony Pictures
  4. The Suicide Squad — Warner
  5. Old — Universal
  6. Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins — Paramount
  7. Paw Patrol: The Movie — Paramount
  8. The Protégé — Lionsgate
  9. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  10. The Forever Purge — Universal

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Nov. 7:

  1. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  2. Old — Universal
  3. Don’t Breathe 2 — Sony Pictures
  4. Stillwater — Universal
  5. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  6. The Forever Purge — Universal
  7. Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins — Paramount
  8. Paw Patrol: The Movie — Paramount
  9. The Protégé — Lionsgate
  10. Space Jam: A New Legacy — Warner

 

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