Redbox Revs Up Digital Movie Store with GM Hire

Stepping up its efforts in the digital retail space, Redbox has hired a general manager for its Redbox On Demand digital video store.

As GM, Chris Yates will oversee the company’s growing digital video business, responsible for both P&L and strategy. Redbox On Demand was launched late last year with more than 6,000 movie and TV show titles available for on-demand streaming or purchase and digital deals with all major studios except for the Walt Disney Co.

In recent months, more than a dozen new content partners have helped to double the library of movies and TV shows available via transactional video on demand (TVOD) and electronic sellthrough (EST).

“Less than a year out from our beta launch, On Demand has surpassed major milestones and is a rapidly growing player in the competitive digital home entertainment space,” said Galen Smith, CEO of Redbox. “Having Chris at the helm of an incredibly talented team will help take Redbox On Demand to the next level.”

Yates is digital entertainment veteran. He has held senior roles in content production, distribution and consumer electronics at companies such as Dell, CinemaNow and Omnia Media. His work includes content production and distribution across transactional video, social, ad-supported and subscription video platforms with a focus on improving content monetization, licensing and original content development.

According to his LinkedIn profile, Yates most recently served as head of business development, content and strategy at Whipper Snapper Media, a digital studio and network for kids and families. He led developed overall company strategy, operations and partnership opportunities; led partnerships with OTT services including YouTube, Facebook, Amazon, Hulu and other  distribution platforms; managed content and programming strategy for owned and operated channels.

In his new role as GM of Redbox On Demand, Yates reports to Jason Kwong, Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer, who joined the company in September 2017 to oversee the On Demand, Video Games, media and advertising, and additional new business initiatives at Redbox.

“We’re thrilled to have a dedicated general manager on board to run our On Demand service as it becomes increasingly popular with current and new Redbox customers,” Kwong said. “Chris is the right leader as he brings deep knowledge of both traditional and digital media, and an appreciation for our unique value prop – consumer choice across price points and formats.”

Back in January 2018, explaining the rationale behind Redbox On Demand, Smith told Media Play News, “Our customers come to us for that transactional experience – it’s Friday night, and they want to watch a specific movie.

“We try to satisfy them with our kiosk network, but there are occasions where you might not want to go out and rent a movie from a kiosk. So rather than lose that transactional occasion, we’re giving them the chance to get it online.”

‘Ocean’s 8’ Tops Redbox Disc and Digital Charts

Ocean’s 8, the newly released comedy from Warner Bros., was the top physical and digital movie at Redbox the week ended Sept. 17.

The film, an all-female spinoff of the Steven Soderbergh’s “Ocean’s” trilogy, was No. 1 on both Redbox’s kiosk chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals, and the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital purchases (EST) and rentals (TVOD).

Ocean’s 8 grossed nearly $140 million in North American theaters and features an ensemble cast that includes Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Rihanna, Helena Bonham Carter, and Awkwafina.

Ocean’s 8 was released digitally Aug. 21 and on disc Sept. 11.

Two other new releases also debuted in the top 10, one on the Redbox kiosk chart and the other on the Redbox On Demand digital chart.

On the Redbox kiosk chart, the DVD and Blu-ray Disc of SuperFly bowed at No. 4. A remake of the 1972 blaxploitation film Super Fly, the theatrical underperformer stars Trevor Jackson, Jason Mitchell,  Michael Kenneth Williams (“The Wire”), Lex Scott Davis, Jennifer Morrison, Kaalan Walker, Esai Morales, and Andrea Londo.

On the Redbox on Demand chart, Vertical Entertainment’s much-maligned mobster film Gotti, with John Travolta portraying notorious New York gangster John Gotti, debuted at No. 7.

Twentieth Century Fox’s superhero spoof Deadpool 2 dropped to No. 3 on Redbox’s disc rental chart after two weeks at No. 1, while Warner’s Tag held firm at No. 2.

Rounding out the top five on the kiosk chart was Universal Pictures’ Adrift, which debuted at No. 4 the prior week. The film, about two seafaring adventurers who unwittingly sail into a hurricane, earned just under $31.5 million domestically.

On the Redbox On Demand chart, Paramount’s Annihilation, originally released back in May, made a surprise return to the chart at No. 2.

Tag, the top digital title the prior week, slipped to No. 3.

Rounding out the top five on the Redbox On Demand digital chart for the week ended Sept. 17 were Adrift at No. 4 (down from No. 2 the previous week) and  Deadpool 2 at No. 5 (down from No. 3).

 

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ending September 17

  1. Ocean’s 8 (new)
  2. Tag
  3. Deadpool 2
  4. SuperFly (new)
  5. Adrift
  6. Hereditary
  7. Life of the Party
  8. Book Club
  9. Avengers: Infinity War
  10. Breaking In

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ending September 17

  1. Ocean’s 8 (new)
  2. Annihilation
  3. Tag
  4. Adrift
  5. Deadpool 2
  6. Book Club
  7. Gotti (new)
  8. SuperFly
  9. Life of the Party
  10. Destination Wedding

 

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‘Adrift,’ ‘Hereditary,’ ‘Destination Wedding’ New to Redbox Charts

Twentieth Century Fox’s Deadpool 2 and Warner’s Tag remained at No. 1 on Redbox’s disc rental and digital charts for the week ended Sept. 10.

Deadpool 2, a superhero spoof that earned $318.5 million in U.S. theaters, topped the Redbox kiosk chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals, for the second consecutive week.

Tag, a comedy about a group of grown men who spend one month each year playing the game of tag, accomplished the same feat on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital purchases (EST) and rentals (TVOD).

Tag also repeated at No. 2 on the Redbox disc-rental chart, while on the digital chart Deadpool 2 – which was released digitally two weeks before it came out on DVD and Blu-ray Disc – slipped to No. 3.

Taking its place at No. 2 on the Redbox On Demand chart was Adrift, from Universal Pictures, about two seafaring adventurers who unwittingly sail into a hurricane. The film, with a domestic box office gross of just under $31.5 million, debuted at No. 4 on the disc-rental chart.

Adrift was released digitally on Aug. 21 and on disc two weeks later.

Hereditary, a supernatural horror film from Lionsgate about a family haunted after the death of their grandmother, debuted at No. 3 on the Redbox kiosk chart. The film premiered in January at the Sundance Film Festival and went on to earn $44 million in U.S. theaters.

Rounding out the top five on the Redbox kiosk chart:  Paramount’s Book Club, which bowed the prior week at No. 3.

On the digital chart, Book Club slipped to No. 4 from No. 3, while the Melissa McCarthy comedy Life of the Party, from Warner, remains at No. 5.

Book Club, with a domestic gross of $68.6 million, is a romantic comedy that stars Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, Diane Keaton and Mary Steenburgen as four friends who read Fifty Shades of Grey for their monthly book club, with a pronounced change in how they view their personal relationships.

Universal Pictures’ Destination Wedding, newly released on digital Sept. 7, debuted at No. 7 on the Redbox On Demand chart.

 

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ending September 10

  1. Deadpool 2
  2. Tag
  3. Hereditary (new)
  4. Adrift (new)
  5. Book Club
  6. Avengers: Infinity War
  7. Life of the Party
  8. Breaking In
  9. Overboard (2018)
  10. Rampage

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ending September 10

  1. Tag
  2. Adrift
  3. Deadpool 2
  4. Book Club
  5. Life of the Party
  6. Upgrade
  7. Destination Wedding (new)
  8. Rampage
  9. Breaking In
  10. Overboard (2018)

 

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‘Deadpool 2,’ ‘Tag’ Top Redbox Charts

Twentieth Century Fox’s Deadpool 2 debuted at No. 1 on Redbox’s kiosk chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals, for the week ended Sept. 3.

Meanwhile, on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital purchases (EST) and rentals (TVOD), the No. 1 spot went to Warner’s Tag. Deadpool 2, the No. 1 digital title the prior week, slipped to No. 2.

(Deadpool 2 was released digitally two weeks before it came out on DVD and Blu-ray Disc.)

On Redbox’s kiosk chart, the No. 2 spot went to Tag, also newly available on disc.

Deadpool 2 is a superhero spoof and the 11th installment in the X-Men film series. Ryan Reynolds stars as the title character, a disfigured and deeply disturbed mercenary and assassin with superhuman healing ability and strength. Deadpool 2 came to the home sector with $318.5 million in domestic theatrical earnings.

Tag is a comedy based on a true story about a group of grown men who spend one month a year playing the game of tag. The film grossed $53.6 million at the box office.

Paramount’s Book Club, with a domestic gross of $68.6 million, debuted at No. 3 on both the disc rental and the digital chart. The romantic comedy stars Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, Diane Keaton and Mary Steenburgen as four friends who read Fifty Shades of Grey for their monthly book club, with a pronounced change in how they view their personal relationships.

On the kiosk chart, Walt Disney’s Avengers: Infinity War slipped to No. 4 from No. 1 the previous week. Disney is the only studio that does not sell product directly to Redbox, forcing the company to send crews into stores to buy copies at retail.

On the Redbox On Demand chart, Universal Pictures’ Upgrade came in at No. 4. The horror film, about a man – paralyzed in a mugging – who is implanted with a chip that lets him control his body, was released digitally on Aug. 14, the same day as Book Club.

Upgrade was released on disc on Aug. 28 and is the fourth new release to debut among the top 10 on the Redbox kiosk chart, bowing at No. 7.

Rounding out the top five on both charts is the Melissa McCarthy comedy Life of the Party, from Warner Bros., down from No. 2 the prior week.

 

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ending September 3

  1. Deadpool 2 (new)
  2. Tag (new)
  3. Book Club (new)
  4. Avengers: Infinity War
  5. Life of the Party
  6. Breaking In
  7. Upgrade
  8. Overboard (2018)
  9. Rampage
  10. Show Dogs

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ending September 3

  1. Tag (new)
  2. Deadpool 2
  3. Book Club
  4. Upgrade
  5. Life of the Party
  6. Overboard (2018)
  7. Rampage
  8. Breaking In
  9. A Quiet Place
  10. I Feel Pretty

 

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‘Avengers: Infinity War,’ ‘Deadpool 2’ Top Redbox Disc Rental, Digital Charts

Walt Disney’s Avengers: Infinity War shot up to No. 1 on the Redbox’s kiosk rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals, for the week ended Aug. 27.

The superhero film, the year’s No. 2 box office hit, debuted on the kiosk chart the previous week at No. 3. Disney and Redbox are embroiled in litigation over Redbox’s sale of digital copy codes; the studio is the only one that won’t sell DVDs or Blu-ray Discs directly to Redbox, forcing the company to buy copies at retail.

On the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital purchases (EST) and rentals (TVOD), the No. 1 spot went to 20th Century Fox’s superhero spoof Deadpool 2.

Digital copies of Avengers: Infinity War are still not available through the Redbox On Demand website.

The Melissa McCarthy comedy Life of the Party, from Warner Bros., is the No. 2 movie on both Redbox charts, after having spent the previous two weeks at No. 1. The film earned just under $53 million in U.S. theaters.

On the kiosk chart, Universal Pictures’ Breaking In slipped to No. 3 from No. 2. The revenge thriller, about a mother (Gabrielle Union) who must protect her children after the mansion of her recently deceased father is invaded by a quartet of burglars, earned $46.5 million in U.S. theaters.

On the digital chart, the No. 3 spot went to Lionsgate’s Overboard remake, unchanged from the prior week. Ready Player One, from Warner Bros., moved back up a notch to No. 5, replaced in that position by Breaking In.

On the kiosk chart, Overboard slipped one spot to No. 4.

Universal Pictures’ newly released Show Dogs debuted at No. 5 on the disc rental chart and No. 9 on the Redbox On Demand digital chart. Show Dogs, a buddy cop family film about a Rottweiler police dog and his human partner going undercover at a dog show to crack an animal smuggling ring, earned $37 million in U.S. theaters.

Two other new releases also debuted in the top 10 on the Redbox disc rental chart: Lionsgate’s Bleeding Steel at No. 8 and Paramount’s Action Point at No. 10.

Bleeding Steel, which stars Jackie Chan, is a 2017 Chinese  cyberpunk actioner directed and written by Leo Zhang

Action Point is Johnny Knoxville’s latest “Jackass” film and is filled with the obligatory stunts. The R-rated comedy tanked at the box office and posted the worst opening of Knoxville’s career.

 

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ending August 27

  1. Avengers: Infinity War
  2. Life of the Party
  3. Breaking In
  4. Overboard (2018)
  5. Show Dogs (new)
  6. Rampage
  7. Bleeding Steel (new)
  8. Ready Player One
  9. I Feel Pretty
  10. Action Point (new)

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ending August 27

  1. Deadpool 2 (new)
  2. Life of the Party
  3. Overboard (2018)
  4. Ready Player One
  5. Breaking In
  6. I Feel Pretty
  7. Rampage
  8. A Quiet Place
  9. Show Dogs (new)
  10. Blockers

 

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‘Life of the Party,’ ‘Breaking In’ Take Two Top Spots on Redbox Disc, Digital Charts

The newly released Melissa McCarthy comedy Life of the Party, from Warner Bros., topped both Redbox charts the week ended Aug. 13.

The film, with a domestic box office haul of just under $53 million, debuted at No. 1 on both Redbox’s kiosk rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals, and the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital purchases (EST) and rentals (TVOD).

Life of the Party is the third film directed by Ben Falcone and written by Falcone and McCarthy (the two earlier films were 2014’s Tammy and 2016’s The Boss). The film stars McCarthy as a newly divorced mother who returns to college to finish her degree, and winds up bonding with her daughter’s friends.

Another new release, Universal Pictures’ Breaking In, debuted at No. 2, also on both charts. The revenge thriller, about a mother (Gabrielle Union) who must protect her children after the mansion of her recently deceased father is invaded by a quartet of burglars, earned $46.5 million in U.S. theaters.

Both films were released on Blu-ray Disc and DVD on Aug. 7 and digital two weeks earlier (on July 24).

Lionsgate’s Overboard remake, which debuted at No. 1 the prior week, slipped to No. 3, also on both charts.  .

Rampage, the science-fiction monster movie based on the video game series of the same name, slipped to No. 4 on both charts, after two weeks at No. 2.

Rounding out the top five on both charts was Ready Player One, the latest sci-fi film from Steven Spielberg, down from No. 3 the prior week.

 

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ending August 13

  1. Life of the Party (new)
  2. Breaking In (new)
  3. Overboard (2018)
  4. Rampage
  5. Ready Player One
  6. I Feel Pretty
  7. Super Troopers 2
  8. Blockers
  9. A Quiet Place
  10. Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ending August 13

  1. Life of the Party (new)
  2. Breaking In (new)
  3. Overboard (2018)
  4. Rampage
  5. Ready Player One
  6. I Feel Pretty
  7. A Quiet Place
  8. Blockers
  9. Supertroopers 2
  10. Death Wish (2018)

 

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‘Overboard’ Remake Tops Redbox Kiosk, On Demand Charts

Lionsgate’s Overboard, a remake of the 1987 MGM romantic comedy, debuted at No. 1 on both Redbox charts the week ended Aug. 6.

The film, which earned just over $50 million in U.S. theaters, took over the top spot on both Redbox’s kiosk rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals, and the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital purchases (EST) and rentals (TVOD).

Overboard stars Eugenio Derbez, Anna Faris, Eva Longoria, John Hannah, and Swoosie Kurtz. The plot is the same as the original, but the roles are reversed: in the 2018 remake, a struggling single mom convinces a rich player with amnesia that they are married.

Rampage, the science-fiction monster movie based on the video game series of the same name, held onto the No. 2 spot on both charts. The Warner Bros. release stars Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris, Malin Åkerman, Jake Lacy, Joe Manganiello, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

Ready Player One, the latest sci-fi film from Steven Spielberg, took the No. 3 spot on both Redbox charts after bowing at No. 1 the prior week.

Still holding strong is Amy Schumer’s I Feel Pretty, from Universal Pictures, which remains at No. 4 on both the kiosk disc rental chart and the transactional video chart.

Rounding out the top five on the kiosk chart was 20th Century Fox’s Super Troopers 2, which had debuted the prior week at No. 3.

On the Redbox On Demand digital chart, the No. 5 spot went to Universal Pictures’ Blockers.

On the kiosk chart, two other new releases bowed in the top 10. Universal Pictures’ Tully, starring Charlize Theron as a mother of three who strikes up a friendship with her nanny (Mackenzie Davis), debuted at No. 9. Lionsgate’s Dark Crimes, with Jim Carrey as a detective who detects similarities between a cold case murder and a popular novel, debuted at No. 10.

Also new on the digital chart is The Miracle Season, from 20h Century Fox, debuting at No. 10. The movie I based on the true story of the Iowa City West High School volleyball team after the sudden death of the team’s leader.

 

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ending August 6

  1. Overboard (2018) (new)
  2. Rampage
  3. Ready Player One
  4. I Feel Pretty
  5. Super Troopers 2
  6. A Quiet Place
  7. Blockers
  8. Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare
  9. Tully (new)
  10. Dark Crimes (new)

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ending August 6

  1. Overboard (2018) (new)
  2. Rampage
  3. Ready Player One
  4. I Feel Pretty
  5. Blockers
  6. Supertroopers 2
  7. A Quiet Place
  8. Tully
  9. Tomb Raider (2018)
  10. The Miracle Season (new)

 

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‘A Quiet Place’ Debuts at No. 1 on Redbox Charts

Paramount Pictures’ A Quiet Place, the surprise horror hit that gave the studio one of its first big theatrical wins in several years, debuted at No. 1 on both Redbox charts the week ended July 16.

The film, which earned nearly $188 million in U.S. theaters and has a 95% Rotten Tomatoes rating, topped both Redbox’s kiosk rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals, and the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital purchases and rentals.

Universal Pictures’ Blockers, a comedy about a trio of parents who try to stop their daughters from losing their virginity on prom night, slipped to No. 2 on both Redbox charts after a No. 1 debut the prior week.

After two weeks in stores, Tyler Perry’s Acrimony, from Lionsgate, is still in high demand, remaining at No. 3 on the kiosk disc rental chart and slipping one notch to No. 3 on the Redbox On Demand digital chart.

Rounding out the top five on the disc rental chart were Warner’s Tomb Raider reboot at No. 4 and Lionsgate’s made-for-video sequel Escape Plan 2 at No. 5.

On the digital chart, Warner’s Game Night remained at No. 4 while  Daddy’s Home surged back up to No. 5.

Three new releases also debuted in the top 10 on the kiosk chart: Future World (No. 6) and Chappaquiddick (No. 7), both from Lionsgate, and 211 (No. 8) from Distribution Solutions.

Inspired by real-life events, 211 is the story of a good cop and his civilian passenger who are caught in the midst of a bank heist.

 

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ending July 16

  1. A Quiet Place (new)
  2. Blockers
  3. Tyler Perry’s Acrimony
  4. Tomb Raider (2018)
  5. Escape Plan 2 – Double Feature
  6. Future World
  7. Chappaquiddick
  8. 211
  9. Pacific Rim: Uprising
  10. Sherlock Gnomes

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ending July 16

  1. A Quiet Place (new)
  2. Blockers
  3. Tyler Perry’s Acrimony
  4. Game Night
  5. Daddy’s Home
  6. Chappaquiddick
  7. Tomb Raider (2018)
  8. Death Wish (2018)
  9. I Can Only Imagine
  10. Pacific Rim: Uprising

 

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More Than Half of Active Video Consumers Consume Some Digital Content

More than half (51%) of consumers who are active in buying or renting video content consume at least some digital content, which is 7 percentage points higher than last year, according to a study from The NPD Group.

Among all consumers who purchased or rented digital content, 18% are digital-only video consumers, which is 4 percentage points higher than last year, according to the report.

Still, among consumers who consume both physical and digital video content, 86% continued to purchase physical video discs in 2017.

“In the lifecycle of digital-video adoption, the early-adopter phase has finally given way to the majority phase,” said Ricardo Solar, SVP of video entertainment for NPD, in a statement. “Even so, among consumers who consume both digital and physical video content, the vast majority are still buying and renting physical discs.”

Growth in digital video purchases was driven mainly by heavy users who completed more than four transactions over the previous three months, NPD found. While these consumers represented just one-third of digital video purchasers, they comprised 69% of all transactions last year.

More than half of heavy digital video buyers purchased at Amazon and iTunes, and they over-index at Google Play and Vudu, as well, according to the report.

Digital video rental, or internet video-on-demand (iVOD), also grew last year, due to rental activity from both light and heavy users. Amazon was the retailer of choice for digital rentals, but heavy internet-video renters also over-indexed at iTunes, FandangoNow and Redbox On-Demand.

The research findings come from The NPD Group’s latest “Entertainment Trends in America” report, which is based on a consumer survey fielded from January to February 2018.

‘Tomb Raider’ Tops Redbox Kiosk, On Demand Charts

Warner’s Tomb Raider was the top disc rental at Redbox kiosks the week ended June 25.

The reboot of the action-adventure film series, with Alicia Vikander in the starring role, also debuted at No. 1 on Redbox’s On Demand chart, which tracks digital purchases and rentals.

Another new release, Universal Studios’ Pacific Rim Uprising, debuted at No. 2, also on both charts. The film earned a little more at the domestic box office than Tomb Raider, $59.2 million compared with $57.4 million.

The faith-based I Can Only Imagine, distributed by Lionsgate, was No. 3 its second week out, also on both charts.  The Christian film was a surprise box office hit, taking in more than $83 million at U.S. theaters on a budget of just $7 million.

Another sophomore, Paramount’s Sherlock Gnomes, was No. 4 on the DVD/Blu-ray Disc kiosk chart and No. 5 on the Redbox On Demand chart.

Rounding out the top 5 on the kiosk chart was MGM’s Death Wish remake, which was No. 6 on the Redbox On Demand chart.

Warner’s Game Night was No. 4 on the digital chart and No. 6 on the kiosk chart.

 

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ending June 25

  1. Tomb Raider
  2. Pacific Rim Uprising
  3. I Can Only Imagine
  4. Sherlock Gnomes
  5. Death Wish (2018)
  6. Game Night
  7. Unsane
  8. Strangers: Prey at Night
  9. Black Panther
  10. A Wrinkle in Time (2018)

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ending June 25

  1. Tomb Raider
  2. Pacific Rim Uprising
  3. I Can Only Imagine
  4. Game Night
  5. Sherlock Gnomes
  6. Death Wish
  7. Jurassic World
  8. Red Sparrow
  9. Paul, Apostle of Christ
  10. Unsane

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