Warner Bros. Q1 Home Entertainment, Games Revenue Down Slightly

WarnerMedia April 22 reported first quarter (ended March 31) revenue from Warner Bros. home entertainment and video games of $349 million, down about 4.5% from revenue of $365 million during the previous-year period.

It should be noted that the COVID-19 pandemic struck near the end of the first quarter of 2020, with the World Health Organization’s March 11 declaration of a global pandemic, which was followed days later by the closure of theaters. Home entertainment releases during the quarter were thus largely unaffected.

Warner’s top-selling packaged-media releases in the first quarter of 2021 included Tenet and Harry Potter: The Complete Collection.

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Meanwhile, WarnerMedia, whose properties include Warner Bros., HBO, HBO Max, TBS, TNT, TruTV and CNN, saw total revenue increase 9.8% to $8.5 billion, from $7.7 billion in the previous-year period. Revenue was driven by higher subscription, advertising and content sales, reflecting the partial recovery from prior-year impacts of COVID-19.

Subscription revenue increases reflected growth of direct-to-consumer domestic HBO Max and HBO subscribers, and, to a lesser extent, the May 2020 acquisition of the remaining interest in the HBO Latin America Group. Advertising revenue improved when compared to the prior year, resulting from the return in 2021 of the NCAA Division I Men’s Championship Basketball Tournament.

Additionally, content revenue increased due to higher sales to Max for theatrical product and “basic networks” licensing, partly offset by lower television product licensing from prior-year licensing to Max. In 2021, all Warner Bros. theatrical releases are streaming concurrently on Max for 31 days.

Operating expenses totaled $6.6 billion, up 13.9% when compared with the first quarter of 2020, driven by higher programming and marketing costs for Max and higher programming, including NCAA sports costs, partially offset by lower bad debt expense. Direct costs supporting DTC revenue were $1.7 billion in the first quarter of 2021, versus $911 million in the year-ago quarter.

WarnerMedia segment operating contribution was $2 billion, up 0.8%. The WarnerMedia segment operating income margin was 23%, compared with 25.7% in the year-earlier quarter.

Imax Extending Warner’s ‘Tenet’ Theatrical Run

Imax March 22 announced it would extend the current theatrical run of Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi thriller Tenet until March 30, following 3D screen debuts in New York and Los Angeles with more than 30 sold out shows.

Shot using a mixture of Imax and 70mm film, Tenet debuted on four Imax screens New York on March 12 and another eight screens in Los Angeles on March 19 — pushing the film’s total Imax gross to $42.2 million since its initial release in August 2020.

Filming ‘Tenet’ in 70mm Imax digital

The extended run includes the exclusive 70mm presentation at AMC Lincoln Square and at AMC Universal City, as well as its “Imax with Laser” presentation across locations in New York and Los Angeles until March 30.

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Since last weekend, Tenet has sold out Imax screenings at five of eight Southern California locations on both Friday and Saturday night prime performances, including AMC Century City, Burbank, Universal City, Norwalk, and Ontario Mills. Both New York and Los Angeles theaters currently are limited to 25% capacity.

‘Tenet’ Leads Disc Sales in January

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s Tenet rolled into January the same way it finished out December — as the month’s top-selling disc.

The latest thriller from director Christopher Nolan was No. 1 on the top 10 list of combined DVD and Blu-ray Disc unit sales for January 2021 according to the NPD Group’s VideoScan tracking service. Tenet had spent two weeks during the month — the weeks ended Jan. 16 ans 23 — as the top-selling weekly disc, after topping the weekly chart three weeks in December.

Th month’s No. 2 seller was the movie that topped the weekly chart the first full week of 2021 — Paramount’s Love and Monsters, a post-apocalyptic romp about a man searching for his girlfriend in a world overrun by monsters.

The latest Liam Neeson actioner, Universal Pictures’ Honest Thief, released on disc the last week of 2020, was January’s No. 3 seller.

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Paramount’s Yellowstone: Season 3 remained on the monthly top 10, taking No. 4 for January, down a spot from December.

Rounding out the month’s top five was a catalog title, Paramount’s Top Gun — the 1986 action classic about jet fighter pilots that has a sequel, Top Gun: Maverick, slated for this summer.

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According to NPD, the January 2021 top 10 by units sold were:

  1. Tenet (Warner)
  2. Love and Monsters (Paramount)
  3. Honest Thief (Universal)
  4. Yellowstone: Season 3 (Paramount)
  5. Top Gun (Paramount)
  6. Justice League (Warner)
  7. Harry Potter Complete 8-Film Collection (Warner)
  8. The Meg (Warner)
  9. Mulan (2020)(Disney)
  10. Beetlejuice (20th Century)

 

‘Tenet’ Leads Disc Sales in December While ‘Frozen II’ Finishes as Top Seller for 2020

‘American Skin’ Takes Top Spot on ‘Watched at Home’ Chart

The Vertical Entertainment drama American Skin, about a Marine veteran who seeks justice when his son is killed by a police officer, jumped to No. 1 from No. 10 on the weekly “Watched at Home” chart for the week ended Jan. 23, toppling Warner Bros.’ Tenet from the top spot it had occupied for the last three weeks.

American Skin had its premiere at the Venice Film Festival in September 2019. Vertical Entertainment acquired the film last December and gave it a multi-platform release on Jan. 15. Lionsgate will release the film on DVD on March 9.

Tenet slipped to No. 2 on the “Watched at Home” chart, which tracks transactional video activity (both digital and on DVD and Blu-ray Disc, but not premium VOD or disc rental) compiled from studio and retailer data and presented by DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group.

Universal Pictures’ Honest Thief and The War With Grandpa each backtracked a spot as well, finishing at No. 3 and No. 4, respectively.

Season 3 of Paramount’s “Yellowstone” again rounded out the top five.

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Three new releases and one catalog title debuted on the “Watched at Home” chart.

The IFC Films documentary MLK/FBI was the top debut, landing at No. 10, followed by Let Him Go, a Universal Pictures crime drama starring Kevin Costner and Diane Lane, at No. 11.

The STX thriller Horizon Line bowed at No. 15, while Paramount’s The Wolf of Wall Street checked in at No. 19.

MLK/FBI is a documentary by Sam Pollard that follows late Civil Rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. as he is probed and hassled by the FBI and its notorious director, J. Edgar Hoover. The film had its world premiere at the 2020 Toronto Film Festival and was given a multi-platform release by IFC Films on Jan. 15.

Let Him Go, based on the novel of the same name by Larry Watson, stars Coster and Lane as a husband and wife who, following the death of their son, leave their Montana ranch to trek through North Dakota to rescue their young grandson from the clutches of a ruthless family. The film earned $9.4 million in U.S. theaters and was released for digital sellthrough on Jan. 19. It will make its Blu-ray Disc and DVD debut on Feb. 2.

Horizon Line is a Swedish adventure thriller released on VOD on Jan. 12. The film follows a couple on a small plane that crash lands on an island that is actually a sandbar, with the two struggling to stay alive before the tide rises.

  1. American Skin (Vertical)
  2. Tenet (Warner)
  3. Honest Thief (Universal)
  4. The War with Grandpa (Universal)
  5. Yellowstone: Season 3 (Paramount)
  6. Yellowstone: Season 1 (Paramount)
  7. Love and Monsters (Paramount)
  8. Yellowstone: Season 2 (Paramount)
  9. Harry Potter Complete 8-Film Collection (Warner)
  10. MLK/FMI (IFC Films)
  11. Let Him Go (Universal)
  12. The Office: The Complete Series (Universal)
  13. The Informer (Vertical)
  14. Spell (Paramount)
  15. Horizon Line (STX)
  16. The Craft: Legacy (Sony Pictures)
  17. Unhinged (Lionsgate)
  18. 100% Wolf (Viva)
  19. The Wolf of Wall Street (Paramount)
  20. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy (Warner)

 

Source: DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group
Includes U.S. digital sales, digital rentals, and DVD, Blu-ray Disc and 4K Ultra HD sales for the week ended Jan. 23.

‘Tenet’ Tops Disc Sales Charts for Fifth Time in Six Weeks

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s Tenet remained No. 1 for a second consecutive week on the NPD VideoScan First Alert chart, which tracks combined DVD and Blu-ray Disc unit sales, and the dedicated Blu-ray Disc sales chart the week ended Jan. 23.

It’s the fifth time in six weeks the latest thriller from director Christopher Nolan has been No. 1 since arriving on shelves Dec. 15. It was the top disc seller for three weeks after its premiere before slipping to No. 2 two weeks ago, but returning to the top spot last week.

Paramount’s post-apocalyptic actioner Love and Monsters remained No. 2 on both charts.

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On the overall disc sellers chart, which had no new releases in the top 20, the third season of Paramount’s popular drama series “Yellowstone” moved up a spot to No. 3.

Paramount’s 1986 action movie Top Gun rose to No. 4 as anticipation builds for the eventual theatrical release of the sequel, which was delayed from last year to potentially this summer. To aid the effort, retailers such as Walmart have been offering an array of tie-in merchandise, such as hats, sunglasses and backpacks.

Rounding out the overall top five was Universal Pictures’ Honest Thief, the latest actioner from Liam Neeson.

On the Blu-ray Disc chart, Warner’s eight-film “Harry Potter” collection was No. 3, followed by Universal’s 1917 at No. 4, and Disney’s live-action Mulan remake at No. 5.

Shout! Factory’s 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray re-release of John Carpenter’s They Live made a bit of a splash, bringing the 1988 sci-fi thriller up the Blu-ray chart to No. 6 (though it didn’t appear in the top 50 overall sellers).

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On the Media Play News rental chart for the week ended Jan. 24, Well Go USA’s new sci-fi cop drama Synchronic debuted at No. 1. It was available at Redbox kiosks a week before its national street date. Newcomer Wander, a thriller from Paramount, took No. 2.

Honest Thief slipped to No. 3 after three weeks in the top spot. Universal’s The War With Grandpa and 20th Century Studios’ The Empty Man each dropped a spot from the previous week to take No. 4 and No. 5, respectively.

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‘Tenet’ Back Atop Disc Sales Charts for Fourth Time

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s Tenet returned to the top spot on the NPD VideoScan First Alert chart, which tracks combined DVD and Blu-ray Disc unit sales, and the dedicated Blu-ray Disc sales chart the week ended Jan. 16.

It’s the fourth time in five weeks the latest thriller from director Christopher Nolan has been No. 1 since arriving on shelves Dec. 15. It was the top disc seller for three weeks after its premiere before slipping to No. 2 a week ago.

The movie that took the top spot in that gap, Paramount’s Love and Monsters, slipped to No. 2 on both charts.

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The week’s top newcomer on the overall disc sales chart was Paramount’s Spell, a horror movie about a man who survives a plane crash and is taken in to be cared for by a couple only to learn they have sinister motives. It debuted at No. 12 overall and No. 10 on the Blu-ray chart after earning just over $500K in theaters.

Also new to the top 20 was Shout! Factory’s DVD and Blu-ray release of the anime movie Lupin III: The First, which was No. 20 overall and No. 3 on the Blu-ray chart.

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On the Media Play News rental chart for the week ended Jan. 17, Honest Thief remained No. 1 for a third week, with Spell debuting at No. 2. Universal’s The War With Grandpa dropped a spot to No. 3.

No. 4 was a newcomer called The Empty Man from 20th Century Studios. It’s a thriller about a retired Midwestern cop who investigates a string of missing teenagers whose disappearance is attributed to a local legend.

Tenet was the week’s No. 5 disc rental.

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‘Tenet’ Tops ‘Watched at Home’ Chart for Third Straight Week

Warner Bros.’ Tenet topped the weekly “Watched at Home” chart for the third consecutive week the week ended Jan. 16. The latest thriller from Christopher Nolan has been No. 1 four of the five weeks since it arrived on DVD and Blu-ray Dec. 15.

The “Watched at Home” chart tracks transactional video activity (both digital and on DVD and Blu-ray Disc, but not premium VOD or disc rental) compiled from studio and retailer data and presented by DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group.

Without much in the way of big new releases, the top seven titles remained unchanged from the previous week. So Universal Pictures’ Honest Thief and The War With Grandpa were No. 2 and No. 3, respectively, while Paramount’s Love and Monsters was No. 4.

Ranking fifth through seventh were the three seasons of Paramount’s “Yellowstone,” with season three at No. 5, season one at No. 6, and season two at No. 7, just like the previous week.

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At No. 8 was Warner’s eight-movie “Harry Potter” collection, up two spots from the previous week, while Universal’s The Office: The Complete Series dropped a spot to No. 9.

The week’s top newcomer, at No. 10, was Vertical Entertainment’s American Skin, about a black Marine veteran working as a school janitor who takes the law into his own hands after his son is killed by a police officer who is cleared of any charges.

Also new to the chart were No. 17 Songbird, the pandemic thriller from STX Entertainment; No. 18 The Dissident, a Vertical Entertainment documentary about the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi; and Viva Pictures’ animated comedy 100% Wolf at No. 20.

  1. Tenet (Warner)
  2. Honest Thief (Universal)
  3. The War with Grandpa (Universal)
  4. Love and Monsters (Paramount)
  5. Yellowstone: S3 (Paramount)
  6. Yellowstone: S1 (Paramount)
  7. Yellowstone: S2 (Paramount)
  8. Harry Potter: Complete 8-Film Collection (Warner)
  9. The Office: The Complete Series (Universal)
  10. American Skin (Vertical)
  11. The Informer (Vertical)
  12. Unhinged  (Lionsgate)
  13. The Craft: Legacy (Sony Pictures)
  14. Buddy Games (Paramount)
  15. RuPaul’s Drag Race S:13 (VH1)
  16. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy (Warner)
  17. Songbird (STX)
  18. The Dissident (Vertical)
  19. Spell (Paramount)
  20. 100% Wolf (Viva)

 

Source: DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group
Includes U.S. digital sales, digital rentals, and DVD, Blu-ray Disc and 4K Ultra HD sales for the week ended Jan. 16.

‘Tenet’ Repeats at No. 1 on ‘Watched at Home’ Chart; ‘Parallel’ Sole New Entry

With few new releases, the weekly “Watched at Home” chart remains largely unchanged from the prior week.

Warner Bros.’ Tenet is again No. 1 on the chart for the week ended Jan. 9, while Universal Pictures’ Honest Thief and The War With Grandpa switched places their sophomore week to place at No. 2 and No. 3, respectively.

The “Watched at Home” chart tracks transactional video activity (both digital and on DVD and Blu-ray Disc, but not premium VOD or disc rental) compiled from studio and retailer data and presented by DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group.

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Paramount’s Love and Monsters is the week’s biggest gainer, moving up to No. 4 from No. 9 the previous week due to its Jan. 5 release on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray Disc and DVD. The film also was the week’s top disc seller (see related story).

Love and Monsters is a post-apocalyptic action film about a man (Dylan O’Brien) traveling through a world populated by monsters in order to reconnect with his girlfriend (Jessica Henwick). The monsters were created when chemical fallout from the destruction of an asteroid headed for Earth caused all cold-blood creatures to mutate into ferocious monsters. Love and Monsters was released theatrically and on VOD in October 2020.

Rounding out the top five is season three of perennial favorite “Yellowstone,” from Paramount.

Warner Bros. “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy re-entered the chart at No. 16. The set made its 4K Ultra HD debut in December 2020.

The sole new entry on the “Watched at Home” chart was Lionsgate’s Parallel, bowing at No. 20. A Vertical Entertainment release, Parallel revolves around a group of friends who stumble upon a mirror that serves as a portal to a “multiverse,” only to discover that importing knowledge from the other side in order to better their lives brings increasingly dangerous consequences. The film’s cast includes Alyssa Diaz, Kathleen Quinlan Martin Wallstrom, David Harewood and Georgia King.

  1. Tenet (Warner)
  2. Honest Thief (Universal)
  3. The War with Grandpa (Universal)
  4. Love and Monsters (Paramount)
  5. Yellowstone: S3 (Paramount)
  6. Yellowstone: S1 (Paramount)
  7. Yellowstone: S2 (Paramount)
  8. The Office: The Complete Series (Universal)
  9. Unhinged  (Lionsgate)
  10. Harry Potter: Complete 8-Film Collection (Warner)
  11. RuPaul’s Drag Race S:13 (VH1)
  12. The Craft: Legacy (Sony)
  13. The Informer (Vertical)
  14. Buddy Games (Paramount)
  15. The Lord of the Rings Trilogy (Warner)
  16. The New Mutants (20th Century)
  17. Hunter Hunter (IFC Films)
  18. The Phenomenon (1091)
  19. The Upside (STX, 2019)
  20. Parallel (Lionsgate)

 

Source: DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group
Includes U.S. digital sales, digital rentals, and DVD, Blu-ray Disc and 4K Ultra HD sales for the week ended Jan. 9.

‘Tenet’ Leads Disc Sales in December While ‘Frozen II’ Finishes as Top Seller for 2020

While spending three weeks on top of the U.S. DVD and Blu-ray sales charts was enough for Tenet to become the top-selling title for the month of December, it wasn’t enough to break through onto the year’s top 10 — a list dominated by titles from earlier in the year before the coronavirus pandemic began to impact the release slate.

The top-selling domestic disc of the year, according to the NPD Group’s VideoScan tracking service, was Disney’s Frozen II, which pretty much grabbed the year’s No. 1 spot upon its release at the end of February.

An analysis of the year’s top 10 disc sellers is available here. The titles in the year’s top 10 remained unchanged from November, though Paramount’s Sonic the Hedgehog climbed a couple spots to finish the year at No. 7 thanks to a sales boost from a year-end Blu-ray re-release.

Meanwhile, Warner’s Tenet was No. 1 during the last month of the year after a Dec. 15 disc release. The latest thriller from director Christopher Nolan had been the subject of much discussion and fan interest during the pandemic, and also didn’t have much else in the way of major new discs in the final weeks of the year. Its underwhelming box office haul, including just $57.9 million in a domestic market severely hampered by theater closures and a virus-wary public, reportedly prompted WarnerMedia to switch its release strategy for the next year to put new movies on HBO Max concurrently with their theatrical releases.

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Warner ended up with six of the top 10 December sellers, a bunch of them being classic Christmas movies. The No. 2 December disc was National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, while No. 4 was Elf, No. 6 was A Christmas Story and No. 7 was The Polar Express. No. 9 was Warner’s eight-film “Harry Potter” collection, which was been a top-seller for most of the last half of the year (it was No. 4 in November).

The only other new release on the December top 10 was Paramount’s Yellowstone: Season 3, a rare instance of a TV-based disc release cracking the top 10.

Rounding out the top five was another holiday favorite, Universal’s 2018 animated adaptation The Grinch, up from No. 2 in November.

The top seller from November, Disney’s live-action Mulan remake, slipped to No. 8 in December.

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According to NPD, the December 2020 top 10 by units sold were:

  1. Tenet (Warner)
  2. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (Warner)
  3. Yellowstone: Season 3 (Paramount)
  4. Elf (Warner)
  5. The Grinch (Universal)
  6. A Christmas Story (Warner)
  7. The Polar Express (Warner)
  8. Mulan (2020)(Disney)
  9. Harry Potter Complete 8-Film Collection (Warner)
  10. Home Alone (20th Century)

 

2020 Top 10:

  1. Frozen II (Disney)
  2. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Disney/Lucasfilm)
  3. Joker (Warner)
  4. Jumanji: The Next Level (Sony Pictures)
  5. 1917 (Universal)
  6. Sonic the Hedgehog (Paramount)
  7. Trolls World Tour (Universal/DreamWorks)
  8. Midway (2019) (Lionsgate)
  9. Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (Disney)
  10. Bad Boys for Life (Sony Pictures)

 

November Domestic Disc Sales Crown Goes to Live-Action ‘Mulan’

Newer Releases ‘Tenet,’ ‘War With Grandpa,’ ‘Honest Thief’ Top Weekly ‘Watched at Home’ Chart

Now that Christmas is over, home viewers are done with holiday classics and eager for newer hit movies to watch.

Warner Bros.’ Tenet shot up from No. 3 to take the top spot on the weekly “Watched at Home” chart for the week ended Jan. 2, while Universal Pictures’ The War With Grandpa and Honest Thief debuted at No. 2 and No. 3, respectively.

The “Watched at Home” chart tracks transactional video activity (both digital and on DVD and Blu-ray Disc, but not premium VOD or disc rental) compiled from studio and retailer data and presented by DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group.

Honest Thief, which earned $14.2 million at the domestic box office, was the only new release of the three, arriving on Blu-ray Disc and DVD on Dec. 29 — two weeks after it became available for purchase or rent from digital retailers such as FandangoNow and Redbox on Demand. The film stars Liam Neeson as a bank robber who agrees to give up his life of crime for the woman he loves, only to encounter corrupt FBI agents in search of his loot.

The War With Grandpa made its disc debut the week before, on Dec. 22, just one week after its release through digital channels. The film stars Robert De Niro as a recently widowed grandfather who moves in with his daughter (Uma Thurman), forcing his sixth-grader grandson, Peter (Oakes Fegley), to begrudgingly give up his bedroom. To get his room back, Peter stages an assortment of inventive pranks, only to find Grandpa is an expert at payback — and soon the two are engaged in an all-out “war.”

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Tenet, from director Christopher Nolan, had debuted at No. 1 on the weekly “Watched at Home” chart the week ended Dec. 19, four days after its release on DVD, Blu-ray Disc, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray and digital sellthrough following a $57.9 million haul at the domestic box office. It subsequently slipped to No. 3 as viewers shifted to holiday films such as National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, which succeeded Tenet in the top spot.

Christmas Vacation fell out of the top 20 entirely, as did each of the eight other holiday movies on the chart the previous week, including Elf (No. 2), A Christmas Story (No. 4) and Home Alone (No. 6).

Rounding out the top five on this week’s chart were The Office: The Complete Series, from Universal, which moved up to No. 4 from No. 16 the prior week on the eve of its streaming shift from Netflix to NBCUniversal’s Peacock, and Season 1 of perennial chart favorite “Yellowstone,” from Paramount.

Other new releases on the weekly “Watched at Home” chart for the week ended Jan. 2 were Sony Pictures’ The Craft: Legacy (No. 12); the Vertical Entertainment thriller The Informer (No. 13); Warner’s original 2017 Wonder Woman (No. 18), drafting off the theatrical and HBO Max success of the sequel Wonder Woman 1984, which came out Dec. 25; and IFC’s Hunter Hunter (No. 20).

  1. Tenet (Warner)
  2. The War with Grandpa  (Universal)
  3. Honest Thief (Universal)
  4. The Office: The Complete Series (Universal)
  5. Yellowstone: S1 (Paramount)
  6. Yellowstone: S3 (Paramount)
  7. Unhinged  (Lionsgate)
  8. Harry Potter: Complete 8-Film Collection (Warner)
  9. Love and Monsters (Paramount)
  10. Yellowstone: S2 (Paramount)
  11. RuPaul’s Drag Race S:13 (VH1)
  12. The Craft: Legacy (Sony)
  13. The Informer (Vertical Entertainment)
  14. Buddy Games (Paramount)
  15. Fatman (Paramount)
  16. The New Mutants (Fox)
  17. The Upside (STX, 2019)
  18. Wonder Woman (Warner, 2017)
  19. The Phenomenon (1091)
  20. Hunter Hunter (IFC Films)

 

Source: DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group
Includes U.S. digital sales, digital rentals, and DVD, Blu-ray Disc and 4K Ultra HD sales for the week ended Jan. 2.