‘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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Streaming Fatigue a Real Thing — Take It From Me!

Streaming fatigue is a real thing, and my gut instinct tells me it’s only going to get worse.

Reviewing the automatic withdrawals from my bank account the other day — which, sadly, I don’t do often enough — I realized that I have been paying monthly for both a discounted (with ads) and a premium (no ads) subscription to Hulu for more than a year.

The trouble is, I don’t remember the last time I watched anything on Hulu – and when I questioned my wife and three sons they said they haven’t watched anything on the service recently, either. It took two weeks to figure out the user names and passwords for my two Hulu accounts, but they’ve both been canceled – after I don’t know how many months of non-use.

Subscription streaming services were smart to adopt the “gym model” – you know, those $10 or $15 per month gym memberships that are so insignificant that you never bothered to cancel them, even long after you’ve stopped going to the gym. Maybe you think, “Well, even if I go one or two times next month, it’s worth it,” regardless of whether you actually go.

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The problem with our similarly priced SVOD services is that, unlike gyms, you’re prone to sign up for multiple services. And once you realize you’re shelling out upwards of $60 or $70 a month you’re invariably going to reach the point where you say to yourself, “Whoa! What the hell am I paying for here?” — particularly if, like most of us, you’re tuned in to Netflix 90% of the time.

Compounding this “too much of a good thing” problem is the fact that with theaters back in business, I am once again spending more time watching fresh theatrical films on Vudu, Redbox on Demand or Blu-ray Disc. And the more new movies I watch, the less time I have for mediocre streaming series like “Manifest” (which despite the buzz is nowhere near the caliber of, say, “House of Cards,” much less “The Sopranos”).

On top of that, I’m truly enjoying the theatrical experience now that I’m able to do so. I even saw The Many Saints of Newark at the local Regal Cinemas theater even though I could have watched it for free on HBO Max (and, in all likelihood, still will — Max is going to be one of the keepers).

What does this all mean? The average monthly streaming bill (counting Internet costs, since you need to connect to watch) now tops the average monthly cable bill by more than 40%, according to a TiVo study. And a Trade Desk survey found that nearly 60% of respondents say they spend too much money on multiple OTT subscriptions, while more than 66% say escalating fees are a source of frustration.

Where will it end? The big streamers will likely double down, adding more and more content. But simply adding content isn’t a solution. It needs to be good content, a lesson Netflix learned, early on, when it shifted away from third-rate movies and began focusing on producing its own shows.

But not every service will succeed, as consumers learn to cherry pick and figure out other ways to watch what they want to see. I had heard great things about the miniseries “Defending Jacob,” but I wasn’t about to subscribe to Apple TV+ just for that show. Ultimately, I watched it on Blu-ray Disc (thanks, Paramount!).

 

‘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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‘Don’t Breathe 2’ Debuts Atop Redbox Disc Rental Chart; ‘Free Guy’ Tops Digital Chart Again

Sony Pictures’ Don’t Breathe 2 debuted at No. 1 on the Redbox disc rental chart the week ended Oct. 31, and was No. 3 on the Redbox On Demand chart for the week.

In the horror sequel, Norman Nordstrom (Stephen Lang) has been hiding out for several years in an isolated cabin. He lives with a young girl and has re-created the family stolen from him by a drunk driver. Their quiet life together is shattered when a group of unseemly criminals kidnaps her and forces Norman to tap into even darker and more creative instincts in an effort to save her. It earned $32.6 million at the domestic box office.

Another newcomer, Warner’s The Suicide Squad, debuted at No. 2 on the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks. Written and directed by James Gunn, the sequel to 2016’s Suicide Squad is based on the DC Comics team of supervillains who are extorted into performing covert missions for the U.S. government. It earned $55.8 million at the domestic box office.

The top title on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions, was Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ Free Guy. It’s the third consecutive week in the top digital spot for the film, which stars Ryan Reynolds as a bank teller who learns he is a video game character. Free Guy took No. 3 on the disc rental chart after becoming available at kiosks a few weeks after its disc has been available for sale.

No. 4 on both charts was another newcomer, Universal Pictures’ Stillwater. The film stars Matt Damon as an Oklahoma father looking for evidence to free his daughter from prison in France. It earned $14.5 million at the domestic box office.

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The previous week’s top disc rental, Universal Pictures’ Old, dropped to No. 5 on that chart, but remained No. 2 on the Redbox On Demand chart for a second week.

Paramount’s Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins slipped four spots to No. 6 on the disc rental chart and No. 9 on the digital chart.

The No. 5 digital title, and No. 7 on the disc rental chart, was Lionsgate’s The Protégé, an actioner about a deadly assassin out for revenge that stars Michael Keaton, Maggie Q, Samuel L. Jackson and Robert Patrick.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Oct. 31:

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

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Oct. 31:

  1. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  2. Old — Universal
  3. Don’t Breathe 2 — Sony Pictures
  4. Stillwater — Universal
  5. The Protégé — Lionsgate
  6. The Forever Purge — Universal
  7. The Addams Family 2 — MGM
  8. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  9. Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins — Paramount
  10. Black Widow — Disney/Marvel

 

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‘Old’ Debuts Atop Redbox Disc Rental Chart; ‘Free Guy’ Tops Digital Chart Again

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment’s Old debuted at No. 1 on the Redbox disc rental chart the week ended Oct. 24, and was No. 2 on the Redbox On Demand chart for the week.

The latest thriller from director M. Night Shyamalan, which involves a group of people trapped on a secluded beach that rapidly ages them, earned $48.2 million at the domestic box office. It was released on Blu-ray Disc and DVD Oct. 19.

The top title on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions, was Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ Free Guy. It’s the second consecutive week in the top digital spot for the film, which stars Ryan Reynolds as a bank teller who learns he is a video game character.

Another Oct. 19 disc release, Paramount’s Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins, debuted at No. 2 on the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks. The film provides an origin story for the ninja warrior known as Snake Eyes, who serves as a covert commando on the G.I. Joe anti-terrorist team. It earned $28.3 million at the domestic box office and was No. 5 on the digital chart.

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No. 3 on both charts was Lionsgate’s The Protégé, an actioner about a deadly assassin out for revenge that stars Michael Keaton, Maggie Q, Samuel L. Jackson and Robert Patrick. It earned $7.4 million at the domestic box office.

The previous week’s top disc rental, Vertical Entertainment’s Joe Bell, slipped to No. 4 on the disc rental chart.

Universal Pictures’ F9: The Fast Saga slipped to No. 5 on the disc rental chart and No. 4 on the Redbox On Demand chart.

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

  1. Old — Universal
  2. Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins — Paramount
  3. The Protégé — Lionsgate
  4. Joe Bell — Vertical
  5. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  6. Space Jam: A New Legacy — Warner
  7. The Forever Purge — Universal
  8. Pig — Decal
  9. Escape Room: Tournament of Champions — Sony Pictures
  10. Survive the Game — Lionsgate

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Oct. 24:

  1. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  2. Old — Universal
  3. The Protégé — Lionsgate
  4. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  5. Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins — Paramount
  6. The Forever Purge — Universal
  7. Black Widow — Disney/Marvel
  8. Escape Room: Tournament of Champions — Sony Pictures
  9. The Addams Family 2 — MGM
  10. Space Jam: A New Legacy — Warner

 

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‘Joe Bell,’ ‘Free Guy’ Top Redbox Charts

Vertical Entertainment’s Joe Bell topped Redbox’s disc rental chart the week ended Oct. 17, while Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ Free Guy was the top Redbox On Demand title for the week.

Joe Bell, which earned $1.4 million at the domestic box office, stars Mark Wahlberg as a father who takes a road trip to bond with his gay son, who is being bullied at school. The film wasn’t be released on Blu-ray Disc or DVD until Oct. 19, but was available early at Redbox kiosks. It was No. 8 on the digital list.

Free Guy, which stars Ryan Reynolds as a bank teller who learns he is a video game character, earned $120.8 million at the domestic box office. While the film was released on disc Oct. 12, it isn’t available for rent at Redbox kiosks. It was No. 7 on the digital chart a week earlier.

Universal Pictures’ F9: The Fast Saga slipped to No. 2 on both the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions, and the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks.

The No. 3 title on the disc rental chart was Warner’s Space Jam: A New Legacy, followed by Universal’s The Forever Purge at No. 4, and Sony Pictures’ Escape Room: Tournament of Champions at No. 5.

On the Redbox On Demand chart, Escape Room: Tournament of Champions was No. 3 and The Forever Purge was No. 4. No. 5 was Paramount’s Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins.

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Other newcomers to the disc rental chart include Lionsgate’s Survive the Game, with Bruce Willis, at No. 6, and The Green Knight at No. 9. Also, appearing at No. 7 was the Nicolas Cage starrer Pig from Decal, available at Redbox kiosks several weeks prior to its wide Blu-ray and DVD release.

Marvel Studios’ Black Widow, from Disney, fell to No. 8 on the disc rental chart.

Paramount’s animated Paw Patrol: The Movie landed at No. 10 on the digital chart.

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

  1. Joe Bell — Vertical
  2. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  3. Space Jam: A New Legacy — Warner
  4. The Forever Purge — Universal
  5. Escape Room: Tournament of Champions — Sony Pictures
  6. Survive the Game — Lionsgate
  7. Pig — Decal
  8. Black Widow — Disney/Marvel
  9. The Green Knight — Lionsgate
  10. The Boss Baby: Family Business — Universal/DreamWorks

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Oct. 17:

  1. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  2. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  3. Escape Room: Tournament of Champions — Sony Pictures
  4. The Forever Purge — Universal
  5. Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins — Paramount
  6. The Addams Family 2 — MGM
  7. Halloween (2018) — Universal
  8. Joe Bell — Vertical
  9. The Boss Baby: Family Business — Universal/DreamWorks
  10. Paw Patrol: The Movie — Paramount

 

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‘F9’ Tops Redbox Charts for Third Week

Universal Pictures’ F9: The Fast Saga remained in the top spots on Redbox’s disc rental and digital charts the week ended Oct. 10.

It’s the third consecutive week at No. 1 for the latest entry in the “Fast & Furious” franchise on both the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions, and the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks.

The No. 2 title on the disc rental chart was the newly released Space Jam: A New Legacy, from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. A reboot of 1996’s Space Jam, the new version casts LeBron James as the basketball superstar paired with Bugs Bunny in a world-altering basketball game. It earned $70.5 million at the domestic box office.

The No. 2 digital title, and No. 3 on the disc chart, was another newcomer, Sony Picture’s Escape Room: Tournament of Champions. The sequel to 2019’s Escape Room earned $25.2 million at the domestic box office.

The newcomers pushed Universal’s The Forever Purge to No. 4 on the disc chart and No. 3 on the digital chart.

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Marvel Studios’ Black Widow, from Disney, fell to No. 5 on the disc rental chart.

The No. 4 digital title was Paramount’s Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins. The No. 5 digital title remained MGM’s animated The Addams Family 2.

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

  1. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  2. Space Jam: A New Legacy — Warner
  3. Escape Room: Tournament of Champions — Sony Pictures
  4. The Forever Purge — Universal
  5. Black Widow — Disney/Marvel
  6. Cruella — Disney
  7. The Boss Baby: Family Business — Universal/DreamWorks
  8. The Survivalist — Quiver
  9. Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard — Lionsgate
  10. Aileen Wuornos: American Boogeywoman — Redbox

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Oct. 10:

  1. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  2. Escape Room: Tournament of Champions — Sony Pictures
  3. The Forever Purge — Universal
  4. Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins — Paramount
  5. The Addams Family 2 — MGM
  6. The Boss Baby: Family Business — Universal/DreamWorks
  7. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  8. Venom — Sony Pictures
  9. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It — Warner
  10. Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard — Lionsgate

 

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‘F9’ Repeats as Weekly Redbox Chart-Topper

Universal Pictures’ F9: The Fast Saga remained in the top spots on Redbox’s disc rental and digital charts the week ended Oct. 3.

It’s the second consecutive week at No. 1 for the latest entry in the “Fast & Furious” franchise on both the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions, and the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks.

The No. 2 title on both charts was a newcomer, The Forever Purge, also from Universal. The fifth “Purge” movie earned $44.5 million at the domestic box office.

That pushed Marvel Studios’ Black Widow, from Disney, to No. 3 on the disc rental chart.

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The No. 3 digital title was Paramount’s Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins. The actioner was released digitally Aug. 17.

DreamWorks Animation’s The Boss Baby: Family Business was No. 4 on both charts.

Disney’s Cruella slipped a spot to No. 5 on the disc chart.

The No. 5 digital title was MGM’s The Addams Family 2. The animated sequel was released via VOD Oct. 1.

Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ Free Guy entered the Redbox On Demand chart at No. 7 after its digital sellthrough release Sept. 28.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Oct. 3:

  1. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  2. The Forever Purge — Universal
  3. Black Widow — Disney/Marvel
  4. The Boss Baby: Family Business — Universal/DreamWorks
  5. Cruella — Disney
  6. Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard — Lionsgate
  7. Wrath of Man — Warner
  8. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It — Warner
  9. The Survivalist — Quiver
  10. Peter Rabbit 2 — Sony Pictures

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Oct. 3:

  1. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  2. The Forever Purge — Universal
  3. Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins — Paramount
  4. The Boss Baby: Family Business — Universal/DreamWorks
  5. The Addams Family 2 — MGM
  6. Venom — Sony Pictures
  7. Free Guy — Disney/20th Century
  8. Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard — Lionsgate
  9. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It — Warner
  10. Wrath of Man — MGM

 

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