‘Detective Pikachu’ Keeps No. 1 Spot on Redbox Disc and Digital Charts

Warner’s Pokémon Detective Pikachu held onto the No. 1 spot on Redbox’s kiosk disc rental and On Demand charts the week ended Aug. 18.

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 “Pokémon” had debuted a week earlier on top of both charts.

Disney’s Avengers: Endgame debuted at No. 2 on the Redbox disc rental chart. The superhero movie, the top earner of all time at the worldwide box office, is not available through Redbox’s digital service. However, its release did help bring last year’s Avengers: Infinity War back to the disc rental chart, at No. 7.

Lionsgate’s Long Shot held onto No. 3 on the disc chart and rose to No. 2 on the On Demand chart.

The Warner Bros. horror film The Curse of La Llorona, slid to No. 4 on both charts after debuting in the second spot a week earlier.

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The Sony Pictures thriller The Intruder dropped to No. 5 on the disc chart but moved up to No. 3 on the On Demand chart.

Fox’s Breakthrough rounded out the top five on the digital chart.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Aug. 18:

  1. Pokémon Detective Pikachu — Warner
  2. Avengers: Endgame — Disney
  3. Long Shot — Lionsgate
  4. The Curse of La Llorona — Warner
  5. The Intruder — Sony Pictures
  6. Shazam! — Warner
  7. Avengers: Infinity War — Disney
  8. UglyDolls — Universal
  9. Alita: Battle Angel — Fox
  10. Hellboy (2019) — Lionsgate

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Aug. 18:

  1. Pokémon Detective Pikachu — Warner
  2. Long Shot — Lionsgate
  3. The Intruder — Sony Pictures
  4. The Curse of La Llorona — Warner
  5. Breakthrough — Fox
  6. Shazam! — Warner
  7. Alita: Battle Angel — Fox
  8. Little Universal
  9. Hellboy (2019) — Lionsgate
  10. UglyDolls — Universal

Redbox Users Choose ‘Detective Pikachu’

Warner’s Pokémon Detective Pikachu debuted at No. 1 on Redbox’s kiosk disc rental and On Demand charts the week ended Aug. 11.

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.

Based on the popular game franchise, the live-action “Pokémon” movie earned $144 million at the domestic box office.

Debuting at No. 2 on both charts was the horror film The Curse of La Llorona, from Warner Bros.

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Lionsgate’s Long Shot slid to No. 3 on both charts.

The Sony Pictures thriller The Intruder dropped to No. 4 on both charts.

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s Shazam! was No. 5 on both charts.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Aug. 11:

  1. Pokémon Detective Pikachu — Warner
  2. The Curse of La Llorona — Warner
  3. Long Shot — Lionsgate
  4. The Intruder — Sony Pictures
  5. Shazam! — Warner
  6. Alita: Battle Angel — Fox
  7. UglyDolls — Universal
  8. Hellboy (2019) — Lionsgate
  9. Breakthrough — Fox
  10. Pet Sematary (2019) Paramount

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Aug. 11:

  1. Pokémon Detective Pikachu — Warner
  2. The Curse of La Llorona — Warner
  3. Long Shot — Lionsgate
  4. The Intruder — Sony Pictures
  5. Shazam! — Warner
  6. Alita: Battle Angel — Fox
  7. Breakthrough — Fox
  8. Hellboy (2019) — Lionsgate
  9. UglyDolls — Universal
  10. Little Universal

‘Long Shot’ Lands at No. 1 on Redbox Disc and Digital Charts

Lionsgate’s Long Shot debuted at No. 1 on Redbox’s kiosk disc rental and On Demand charts the week ended Aug. 4.

The political comedy stars Seth Rogen as a speechwriter hired by a presidential candidate Charlize Theron who used to babysit him.

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 Sony Pictures thriller The Intruder debuted at No. 2 on both charts.

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s Shazam! dropped to No. 3 on both charts.

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The 20th Century Fox sci-fi actioner Alita: Battle Angel slipped to No. 4 on both charts.

Rounding out the top five were Lionsgate’s Hellboy remake on the disc rental chart and Universal’s animated UglyDolls on the On Demand chart.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Aug. 4:

  1. Long Shot — Lionsgate
  2. The Intruder — Sony Pictures
  3. Shazam! — Warner
  4. Alita: Battle Angel — Fox
  5. Hellboy (2019) — Lionsgate
  6. UglyDolls — Universal
  7. Breakthrough — Fox
  8. Pet Sematary (2019) Paramount
  9. Little Universal
  10. Dumbo (2019) Disney

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Aug. 4:

  1. Long Shot — Lionsgate
  2. The Intruder — Sony Pictures
  3. Shazam! — Warner
  4. Alita: Battle Angel — Fox
  5. UglyDolls — Universal
  6. Hellboy (2019) — Lionsgate
  7. Breakthrough — Fox
  8. Escape Room — Sony Pictures
  9. Little Universal
  10. Miss Bala (2019) — Sony Pictures

‘Shazam!’ Remains Top Redbox Rental, ‘Alita’ Tops On Demand Chart

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s Shazam! remained No. 1 on Redbox’s kiosk disc rental chart the week ended July 28.

The top newcomer on the disc rental chart was Fox’s Alita: Battle Angel.

Another newcomer, Lionsgate’s Hellboy remake, debuted at No. 3 on the kiosk chart.

The Redbox disc rental chart tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at the company’s more than 40,000 red kiosks.

Fox’s faith-based drama Breakthrough dropped to No. 4 on the disc chart.

Paramount’s remake of the horror film Pet Sematary slipped to No. 5 on the kiosk chart.

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The Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital transactions, including both electronic sellthrough and streaming rentals, saw Alita debut at No. 1, with Shazam! dropping to No. 2.

Hellboy was No. 3, Breakthrough was No. 4 and Universal’s Little was No. 5.

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

  1. Shazam! — Warner
  2. Alita: Battle Angel — Fox
  3. Hellboy (2019) — Lionsgate
  4. Breakthrough — Fox
  5. Pet Sematary (2019) Paramount
  6. Little Universal
  7. Dumbo (2019) Disney
  8. Missing Link — Fox
  9. Captain Marvel — Disney
  10. Us — Universal

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended July 28:

  1. Alita: Battle Angel — Fox
  2. Shazam! — Warner
  3. Hellboy (2019) — Lionsgate
  4. Breakthrough — Fox
  5. Little Universal
  6. Pet Sematary (2019) Paramount
  7. Aquaman Warner
  8. The Upside — STX
  9. Missing Link — Fox
  10. Us — Universal

‘Shazam!’ Zaps Redbox Rental and On Demand Charts

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s Shazam! debuted at No. 1 on Redbox’s kiosk disc rental and On Demand charts the week ended July 21.

The offbeat superhero film stars Zachary Levi as the the DC Comics character.

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.

Fox’s faith-based drama Breakthrough debuted at No. 2 on both charts.

Paramount’s remake of the horror film Pet Sematary dropped to No. 3 on both charts. It debuted at No. 1 on the disc chart and No. 2 on the digital chart the week before.

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The Universal Pictures comedy Little slipped to No. 4 on both charts a week after debuting at No. 2 on the kiosk rental chart and No. 1 on the On Demand chart.

Disney’s live-action Dumbo remake was No. 5 on the kiosk chart.

Warner’s Aquaman rounded out the top 5 on the On Demand chart.

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

  1. Shazam! — Warner
  2. Breakthrough — Fox
  3. Pet Sematary (2019) Paramount
  4. Little Universal
  5. Dumbo (2019) Disney
  6. Captain Marvel — Disney
  7. Escape Plan: The Extractors — Lionsgate
  8. Us — Universal
  9. Wonder Park — Paramount
  10. The Professor — Lionsgate

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended July 21:

  1. Shazam! — Warner
  2. Breakthrough — Fox
  3. Pet Sematary (2019) Paramount
  4. Little Universal
  5. Aquaman Warner
  6. The Upside — STX
  7. Us — Universal
  8. After — Universal
  9. Escape Plan: The Extractors — Lionsgate
  10. Five Feet Apart — Lionsgate

EMA Event Spotlights Digital Delivery

The over-the-top market is exploding, and the Entertainment Merchants Association this year at its annual Los Angeles conference gave it a starring role.

The OTT_X conference, focusing on the OTT market, ran July 16-17 concurrent with the eighth annual Los Angeles Entertainment Summit presented by the EMA. In addition to OTT panels and spotlight presentations, the EMA facilitated OTT business meetings in addition to meetings scheduled for LAES participants. The joint event attracted about 400 attendees.

The new focus is part of a bigger shift for the EMA.

“It was really apparent last year that the event needed to change,” said EMA CEO and president Mark Fisher July 16 in opening remarks, adding “as the industry changes so does the EMA.”

“We’ve intentionally shed our support and income from the video game segment,” he said, to be more focused. The organization has also shed physical retail members and distributors.

“It’s a pivot,” he said, but “we’re not going to leave behind the TVOD space.”

A leader in that transactional VOD market, FandangoNow chief Cameron Douglas, also chair of the EMA board, noted the annual confab “used to be an event with meetings between retailers and studios.”

Now, the EMA, via its Ultimate Movie Weekend promotion, is promoting cooperation between studios and digital retailers.

“Who would have thought there would be a major studio backed campaign — except Fox and Disney — that was focused on rental instead of EST,” Douglas said.

Erick Opeka, president of Cinedigm Digital Networks and chair of the OTT_X  conference, explained the name in opening remarks.

“The X in the name really reflects the core mission of why we’re all here today,” he said. “It’s an exchange. First and foremost, it’s an exchange of ideas.”

Such collaboration is crucial in an era of fast digital disruption.

“These changes are happening so frequently and at such a precipitous pace, the only way we can come out of this is by fostering a community,” he said.

Key challenges for OTT video platforms are customer acquisition and retention, monetization and content discovery, according to speakers at OTT_X.

Having original content is one way OTT platforms are meeting these challenges, said presenter Kathi Chandler-Payatt, executive director and entertainment analyst, The NPD Group. Using Netflix Originals as a case study, she noted that while both original movies and episodic shows are a small percentage of content on Netflix, they garner an outsized share of viewing. Originals made up 16% of new seasons vs. licensed in 2019, but those originals garnered a prodigious 24% of minutes watched. The same holds true for original movies, which are 11% of content and 22% of minutes.

Part of the reason for the uptake of originals is preferential marketing, she noted.

“It’s very smart from a platform perspective to push originals,” she said because the platform owns it. Thus, making a show with Netflix may give content producers a leg up in discovery.

“People think content is king, but discovery is king,” she said.

Originals have a short window to prove themselves, she said. She quoted Netflix VP of originals Cindy Holland as saying that the service generally knows within 28 days whether a new show or season meets Netflix’s expectations in terms of audience reach. In addition to viewership during that period, metrics such as season completion also figure in renewal.

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OTT_X event chair Opeka moderated the panel “Monetization Trends in OTT.” Ad-supported VOD streaming services, such as Xumo, whose CEO Colin Petrie-Norris was on the panel, are ascendant, many speakers noted. Xumo has 160 curated channels and 40 million households in the United States, Petrie-Norris said.

AVOD “can generate very high yield per consumer” with advertising, he said.

Tubi chief content officer Adam Lewinson also cited the growth of AVOD in a keynote presentatoin. AVOD aggregator Tubi has 20 million monthly active users, with 100 million minutes streamed in June and well over 15,000 titles or 44,000 hours of content, “more than double the content volume of Netflix,” he said. June yielded its largest revenue month ever, he said.

“AVOD is for real,” he said.

There are challenges, however.

“The biggest challenge in streaming right now … in all VODs, it’s really about customer acquisition, retention and churn,” he said. “A subset to that is content discovery. Once you crack those problems, that’s when you get to scale.”

A seamless experience on the platform is also “incredibly important,” he said, “just having a seamless experience where the tech fades away.”

“You also want to be ubiquitious,” he said. “You do want to be everywhere that people are streaming.”

Tubi has also employed machine learning in its proprietary content personalization engine.

“The more data that we have on our viewers the more we are able to personalize,” he said.

A key advantage to AVOD is the “barrier to entry is so low” because viewers don’t have to pay, he said.

As for Tubi getting into original programming like its paid SVOD counterparts, “we have no intention of going down that road,” he said. “It’s tremendously competitive. You wind up overpaying for content.”

There is already too much content, he noted.

“Original series are just whizzing by at an epic pace,” he said.

That doesn’t mean Tubi isn’t willing to spend on content.

“I have a nine-figure content budget for the year, and we’re spending it,” he said.

On a panel about windowing of content, Paul Colichman, CEO of Here Media, said he was “worried that [AVOD is] the emperor’s new clothes,” a false hope of a monetary savior, noting the amount of revenue that trickles down to content producers who license their titles to such services is small.

Still, competition from increased content is pushing content owners to find new outlets.

“It used to take years for us to put up content on AVOD,” said Cinedigm’s Natasha Pietruschka, adding that now, “Where else can we fill those revenue gaps?”

Transactional digital retailers took the stage during the LAES session. Panelists noted that since consumers are paying directly for content, whether for rental or purchase, the key concern for TVOD platforms is making that experience seamless and easy and the quality top notch.

“The bar is so high because you have paid specifically for that title whether rental or purchase,” said FandangoNow’s Douglas, who was on the transactional panel. “It better play.”

He said FandangoNow has concentrated on making the viewing experience top-quality with extensive 4K offerings and a living room app that rivals any.

While Redbox has made its name on physical disc rentals, Chris Yates, GM of Redbox On Demand, said the new digital sales and rental arm doesn’t cannibalize that core business, it supplements it. It offers a choice when consumers don’t want to go to a kiosk and has resulted in “improved affinity for our brand,” he said.

Speakers at both events discussed the looming launch of new SVOD services, including Walt Disney Co.’s $6.99 Disney+.

Disney is “out in front of the others,” said IHS Markit’s Sarah Henschel during a research presentation. Awareness of the service jumped from 24% in Q1 to 35% in Q2 even before the Disney marketing machine really gets rolling, she said.

The firm expects upcoming services to add 36.7 million paying domestic subs by 2023.

“I think Disney and Apple [with its pending SVOD service Apple TV+] have a leg up because they are already consumer facing brands,” Henschel said. “Disney has the strongest hold in my opinion right now.”

When asked how many in the audience would buy the new service when it launches, the majority of attendees raised their hands.

‘Pet Sematary,’ ‘Little’ Top Redbox Rental and Digital Charts

Paramount’s remake of the horror film Pet Sematary debuted at No. 1 on Redbox’s disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at the company’s more than 40,000 red kiosks, the week ended July 14.

The Universal Pictures comedy Little debuted at No. 2 on the kiosk rental chart.

The order was reversed on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital transactions, including both electronic sellthrough and streaming rentals, with Little at No. 1 and Pet Sematary at No. 2.

Disney’s live-action Dumbo remake dropped a spot to No. 3 on the kiosk chart. Lionsgate’s Escape Plan: The Extractors, the previous week’s top title on both Redbox’s disc and digital charts, slipped to No. 4 on the disc chart and No. 6 on the On Demand chart.

Disney’s Captain Marvel was No. 5 on the disc chart.

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Universal Pictures’ college romance drama After debuted at No. 3 on Redbox’s digital chart and No. 10 on the rental chart.

Rounding out the top five On Demand chart were The Upside, from STX and Universal Pictures, holding at No. 4, and Universal’s Us at No. 5.

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

  1. Pet Sematary (2019) Paramount
  2. Little Universal
  3. Dumbo (2019) Disney
  4. Escape Plan: The Extractors — Lionsgate
  5. Captain Marvel — Disney
  6. Us — Universal
  7. Wonder Park — Paramount
  8. The Professor — Lionsgate
  9. The Best of Enemies — Universal
  10. After — Universal

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended July 14:

  1. Little Universal
  2. Pet Sematary (2019) Paramount
  3. After — Universal
  4. The Upside — STX
  5. Us — Universal
  6. Escape Plan: The Extractors — Lionsgate
  7. Miss Bala (2019) Sony Pictures
  8. The Best of Enemies — STX
  9. Isn’t It Romantic — Warner
  10. Wonder Park — Paramount

Third ‘Escape Plan’ Tops Redbox Rental and Digital Charts

Lionsgate’s Escape Plan: The Extractors debuted at No. 1 on Redbox’s disc rental and on demand charts the week ended July 7.

The direct-to-video film is the third installment in the “Escape Plan” franchise and stars Sylvester Stallone, Dave Bautista and Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson in the story of a security team’s attempt to rescue a tech mogul’s daughter from a formidable prison.

The Redbox disc rental chart tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at the company’s more than 40,000 red kiosks.

Disney’s live-action Dumbo remake moved up three spots to No. 2 on the kiosk chart, while Captain Marvel, also from Disney, slipped to No. 3 after three weeks in the top spot.

The horror film Us, from Universal Pictures, dropped to No. 4, while The Best of Enemies, from Universal and STX, debuted at No. 5.

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Best of Enemies debuted at No. 2 on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital transactions, including both electronic sellthrough and streaming rentals.

Us slipped to No. 3, while The Upside, from STX and Universal Pictures, dropped to No. 4, and Warner’s Isn’t It Romantic took No. 5.

The theatrical release of Spider-Man: Far From Home helped bring 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming, from Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios, up to No. 10 on the on demand chart.

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

  1. Escape Plan: The Extractors — Lionsgate
  2. Dumbo (2019) Disney
  3. Captain Marvel — Disney
  4. Us — Universal
  5. The Best of Enemies — Universal
  6. Wonder Park — Paramount
  7. The Poison Rose — Lionsgate
  8. The Upside — Universal
  9. A Madea Family Funeral — Lionsgate
  10. Daughter of the Wolf — Vertical/Quiver

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended July 7:

  1. Escape Plan: The Extractors — Lionsgate
  2. The Best of Enemies — STX
  3. Us — Universal
  4. The Upside — STX
  5. Isn’t It Romantic — Warner
  6. A Madea Family Funeral — Lionsgate
  7. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald — Warner
  8. Wonder Park — Paramount
  9. Five Feet Apart — Lionsgate
  10. Spider-Man: Homecoming — Sony Pictures/Marvel

‘Captain Marvel’ Tops Redbox Disc Rentals for Third Week

There wasn’t much movement among the top titles on Redbox’s disc rental and on demand charts the week ended June 30.

Disney’s Captain Marvel spent its third consecutive week in the No. 1 spot on the Redbox disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at the company’s more than 40,000 red kiosks.

The horror film Us, from Universal Pictures, spent its second week at No. 2. The horror film is director Jordan Peele’s follow-up to Get Out.

The top newcomer on the disc chart at No. 3 was Lionsgate’s The Poison Rose, a crime thriller featuring John Travolta and his daughter alongside Morgan Freeman.

Paramount’s animated Wonder Park slipped to No. 4 on the physical rental chart.

Disney’s live-action remake of Dumbo debuted at No. 5 after a $114 million run at the domestic box office.

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The Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital transactions, including both electronic sellthrough and streaming rentals, saw Us remain in the top spot for a second consecutive week.

The Upside, from STX and Universal Pictures, jumped up to No. 2, while Wonder Park dropped to No. 3.

Sony Pictures’ Holmes & Watson moved up to No. 4, while Lionsgate’s Five Feet Apart slid to No. 5.

The Disney-distributed titles are among several releases not available through Redbox On Demand.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended June 30:

  1. Captain Marvel — Disney
  2. Us — Universal
  3. The Poison Rose — Lionsgate
  4. Wonder Park — Paramount
  5. Dumbo (2019) Disney
  6. The Upside — Universal
  7. A Madea Family Funeral — Lionsgate
  8. Five Feet Apart — Lionsgate
  9. Isn’t It Romantic — Warner
  10. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World — Universal

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended June 30:

  1. Us — Universal
  2. The Upside — STX
  3. Wonder Park — Paramount
  4. Holmes & Watson — Sony Pictures
  5. Five Feet Apart — Lionsgate
  6. A Madea Family Funeral — Lionsgate
  7. Isn’t It Romantic — Warner
  8. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald — Warner
  9. Aquaman — Warner
  10. What Men Want — Paramount

‘Captain Marvel’ Remains No. 1 on Redbox Kiosk Chart; ‘Us’ Tops On Demand

Disney’s Captain Marvel held onto the No. 1 spot on the Redbox disc rental chart the week ended June 23. The superhero film had debuted a week earlier atop the chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at the company’s more than 40,000 red kiosks.

Newcomer Us, from Universal Pictures, debuted at No. 2. The horror film is director Jordan Peele’s follow-up to Get Out.

Another new release, Paramount’s animated Wonder Park, debuted at No. 3 on the physical rental chart.

Lionsgate’s Five Feet Apart, a romantic drama about two young cystic fibrosis patients who fall for each other despite having to keep a distance between them, slipped a spot to No. 4.

Rounding out the top five was Universal’s The Upside.

Other new releases in the top 10 include a pair distributed by Universal: Hotel Mumbai, a docudrama about a 2009 terrorist attack in India, at No. 7, and The Beach Bum, a stoner comedy film written and directed by Harmony Korine and starring Matthew McConaughey, at No. 10.

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The Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital transactions, including both electronic sellthrough and streaming rentals, saw Us take over the top spot, with Wonder Park at No. 2.

The Upside stayed at No. 3, while Five Feet Apart slid to No. 4, and Lionsgate’s A Madea Family Funeral dropped to No. 5.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended June 23:

  1. Captain Marvel — Disney
  2. Us — Universal
  3. Wonder Park — Paramount
  4. Five Feet Apart — Lionsgate
  5. The Upside — Universal
  6. A Madea Family Funeral — Lionsgate
  7. Hotel Mumbai — Universal
  8. How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World — Universal
  9. Isn’t It Romantic — Warner
  10. The Beach Bum — Universal

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended June 23:

  1. Us — Universal
  2. Wonder Park — Paramount
  3. The Upside — STX
  4. Five Feet Apart — Lionsgate
  5. A Madea Family Funeral — Lionsgate
  6. Hotel Mumbai — Universal
  7. Isn’t It Romantic — Warner
  8. Cold Pursuit — Lionsgate
  9. What Men Want — Paramount
  10. Fighting With My Family — MGM