‘Uncharted’ Grabs Top Spot on Redbox Charts

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment’s Uncharted was No. 1 on both Redbox’s disc rental chart and the Redbox On Demand chart the week ended May 15.

The adaptation of the popular video game franchise of the same name stars Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg as a pair of treasure hunters seeking hidden gold from the voyage of Ferdinand Magellan. It earned $147 million at the domestic box office and had been the No. 6 digital title the week before.

The comedy Dog was No. 2 on both on both the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s 40,000 red kiosks, and the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions. The film stars Channing Tatum as an Army Ranger transporting a fallen commander’s dog to the funeral. Dog is distributed through digital channels by MGM and on disc by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment.

Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man: No Way Home slipped to No. 3 on both charts.

The previous week’s top title, Universal Pictures’ Liam Neeson actioner Blacklight, dropped to No. 4 on both charts.

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Lionsgate’s Moonfall slid to No. 5 on the disc chart and No. 6 on the digital chart.

The No. 5 Redbox On Demand title was Spider-Man: All Roads Lead to No Way Home, a half-hour retrospective of 20 years of “Spider-Man” movies. The featurette was offered for free viewing at Redbox’s website.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended May 15:

  1. Uncharted — Sony Pictures
  2. Dog — Warner
  3. Spider-Man: No Way Home — Sony Pictures/Marvel
  4. Blacklight — Universal
  5. Moonfall — Lionsgate
  6. Sing 2 — Universal
  7. Black Site — Redbox
  8. Jackass Forever — Paramount
  9. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Sony Pictures
  10. Without Remorse — Paramount

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended May 15:

  1. Uncharted — Sony Pictures
  2. Dog — MGM
  3. Spider-Man: No Way Home — Sony Pictures/Marvel
  4. Blacklight — Universal
  5. Spider-Man: All Roads Lead to No Way Home — Sony Pictures
  6. Moonfall — Lionsgate
  7. The Bad Guys — Universal
  8. The Lost City — Paramount
  9. Sing 2 — Universal
  10. Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City — Sony Pictures

 

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‘Moonfall’ Orbits Top Spot on Redbox Charts

Lionsgate’s Moonfall took over the top spots on both Redbox’s disc rental chart and the Redbox On Demand chart the week ended May 1.

The Roland Emmerich-directed film, which tells the story of retired astronauts and a conspiracy theorist being humanity’s only hope to prevent the moon from crashing into the Earth, earned just over $19 million at the domestic box office.

The top title the previous two weeks, Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man: No Way Home, slipped to No. 2 on both the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks, and the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions.

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment’s animated sequel Sing 2 slipped to No. 3 on the disc chart and No. 4 on the digital chart.

The No. 3 Redbox On Demand title was Sony Pictures’ Uncharted, an adaptation of the popular video game franchise of the same name. It became available for digital purchase April 26 in advance of its May 10 disc release.

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The No. 4 disc rental and No. 6 digital title was Paramount’s Jackass Forever, the latest film in the “Jackass” comedic stunts franchise.

The No. 5 digital title was Paramount’s Infinite, a sci-fi film with Mark Wahlberg.

Rounding out the top five disc rentals was Sony Pictures’ Ghostbusters: Afterlife, which was the No. 9 digital title.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended May 1:

  1. Moonfall — Lionsgate
  2. Spider-Man: No Way Home — Sony Pictures/Marvel
  3. Sing 2 — Universal
  4. Jackass Forever — Paramount
  5. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Sony Pictures
  6. Scream (2022) — Paramount
  7. Marry Me — Universal
  8. Gasoline Alley — Paramount
  9. The Cursed — Decal
  10. The Matrix Resurrections — Warner

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended May 1:

  1. Moonfall — Lionsgate
  2. Spider-Man: No Way Home — Sony Pictures/Marvel
  3. Uncharted — Sony Pictures
  4. Sing 2 — Universal
  5. Infinite — Paramount
  6. Jackass Forever — Paramount
  7. The Requin — Lionsgate
  8. Marry Me — Universal
  9. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Sony Pictures
  10. The Cursed — Decal

 

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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Still No. 1 on Redbox Disc and Digital Charts

Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man: No Way Home remained No. 1 on both Redbox’s disc rental chart and the Redbox On Demand chart the week ended April 24.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe entry has earned more than $804 million at the domestic box office.

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment’s animated sequel Sing 2 remained No. 2 on the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks, but slipped two spots to No. 4 on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions.

The No. 2 digital title was Paramount’s Infinite, a sci-fi film with Mark Wahlberg.

The top newcomer for the week, at No. 3 on both charts, was Paramount’s Jackass Forever, the latest film in the “Jackass” comedic stunts franchise. It made just under $58 million at the domestic box office.

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No. 4 on the disc chart and No. 5 on the digital chart was Universal’s Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson comedy Marry Me.

Paramount’s Scream relaunch dropped two spots to No. 5 on the disc rental chart, and No. 8 on the Redbox On Demand chart.

Warner’s The Batman became available for digital purchase and rental April 18 and grabbed No. 7 on the Redbox On Demand chart.

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

  1. Spider-Man: No Way Home — Sony Pictures/Marvel
  2. Sing 2 — Universal
  3. Jackass Forever — Paramount
  4. Marry Me — Universal
  5. Scream (2022) — Paramount
  6. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Sony Pictures
  7. The Matrix Resurrections — Warner
  8. The Cursed — Decal
  9. Last Looks — RLJ
  10. Death on the Nile (2022) — 20th Century

 

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

  1. Spider-Man: No Way Home — Sony Pictures/Marvel
  2. Infinite — Paramount
  3. Jackass Forever — Paramount
  4. Sing 2 — Universal
  5. Marry Me — Universal
  6. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Sony Pictures
  7. The Batman — Warner
  8. Scream (2022) — Paramount
  9. Dog — MGM
  10. Wrong Turn (2020) — Lionsgate

 

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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Moves to No. 1 on Redbox Disc and Digital Charts

Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man: No Way Home took over the No. 1 spot on both Redbox’s disc rental chart and the Redbox On Demand chart the week ended April 17.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe entry has earned more than $804 million at the domestic box office. It had been No. 6 on the digital chart a week earlier.

Universal Pictures Home Entertainment’s animated sequel Sing 2 dropped to No. 2 on both charts after two weeks in the top spot.

Paramount’s Scream relaunch dropped a spot to No. 3 on the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks, and No. 6 on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions.

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The No. 3 digital title was Paramount’s Infinite, a sci-fi film with Mark Wahlberg.

No. 4 on both charts was Universal’s Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson comedy Marry Me, while No. 5 was Sony Pictures’ Ghostbusters: Afterlife.

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

  1. Spider-Man: No Way Home — Sony Pictures/Marvel
  2. Sing 2 — Universal
  3. Scream (2022) — Paramount
  4. Marry Me — Universal
  5. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Sony Pictures
  6. Death on the Nile — 20th Century
  7. The Matrix Resurrections — Warner
  8. Last Looks — RLJ
  9. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  10. The Requin — Lionsgate

 

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

  1. Spider-Man: No Way Home — Sony Pictures/Marvel
  2. Sing 2 — Universal
  3. Infinite — Paramount
  4. Marry Me — Universal
  5. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Sony Pictures
  6. Scream (2022) — Paramount
  7. Clifford the Big Red Dog — Paramount
  8. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  9. Death on the Nile — 20th Century
  10. Dog — MGM

 

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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Again Tops Weekly Vudu Chart

Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man: No Way Home again led the chart of the 10 most-popular titles on Fandango’s transactional digital service Vudu the week ended April 3.

The Marvel Studios film became available for digital purchase March 15. As the film begins, Spider-Man’s identity is revealed, bringing his superhero responsibilities into conflict with his normal life and putting those he cares about most at risk, including M.J. (Zendaya). When he enlists Doctor Strange’s (Benedict Cumberbatch) help to restore his secret, the spell tears a hole in the world, releasing Spider-Man villains from other universes.

Debuting at No. 2 was Lionsgate’s Roland Emmerich disaster film Moonfall, starring Halle Berry. Available for digital purchase beginning April 1, the film follows a space crew who attempt to save the Earth when a mysterious force knocks the moon out of its orbit.

Entering the chart at No. 3 was Paramount Pictures’ Johnny Knoxville comedy Jackass Forever. In the film, which debuted on digital March 29, Knoxville and the gang are back for another outrageous round of stunts and bad ideas.

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Landing at No. 4 was Paramount Pictures’ The Contractor, which debuted for premium rental and sale April 1. The film stars Chris Pine as a former elite Special Forces Sergeant who contracts with a private military force and uncovers a conspiracy.

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Illumination’s Sing 2 landed at No. 5 on the chart. The animated sequel, distributed by Universal Pictures, is available for digital purchase and rental. It follows the animal singers as they plan a new show and try to persuade the world’s most reclusive rock star, Clay Callaway (voice of Bono), to join them. The film also features the voices of Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson and Taron Egerton.

Also new to the chart for the week was Kenneth Branagh’s suspense thriller Death on the Nile, starring Gal Gadot, which landed at No. 6 and debuted on digital March 29.

Vudu’s top 10 titles for the week ended April 3, in terms of revenue, were:

  1. Spider-Man: No Way Home
  2. Moonfall
  3. Jackass Forever
  4. The Contractor
  5. Sing 2
  6. Death on the Nile
  7. Dog
  8. The Matrix Resurrections
  9. Marry Me
  10. The Cursed

‘Matrix Resurrections’ Still Atop Redbox Disc Rentals; ‘Spider-Man’ Still No. 1 on VOD Chart

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s The Matrix Resurrections remained No. 1 for a third week on Redbox’s disc rental chart the week ended March 27. The fourth “Matrix” movie and the first in 18 years earned $37.7 million at the domestic box office.

The Matrix Resurrections was No. 3 on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions.

The top title for a second week on the Redbox On Demand chart was Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man: No Way Home, which was released through digital retailers March 15. The superhero film, produced in collaboration with Marvel Studios, has earned more than $800 million domestically and $1.9 billion worldwide.

The previous week’s top digital title, the Scream relaunch from Paramount Home Entertainment, dropped to No. 3 on the Redbox On Demand chart.

The No. 2 title on both charts was Sony Pictures’ Ghostbusters: Afterlife.

MGM’s House of Gucci, distributed on disc by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, was No. 3 on Redbox’s disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks, and No. 10 on the digital chart.

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Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ The King’s Man remained No. 4 on the disc rental chart, followed by Lionsgate’s Kurt Warner biopic American Underdog at No. 5.

The No. 4 digital title once again was Paramount’s Scream relaunch. No. 5 was Dog, the comedy starring Channing Tatum as a man escorting a military dog to the funeral of his fallen commander.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended March 27:

  1. The Matrix Resurrections — Warner
  2. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Sony Pictures
  3. House of Gucci — Universal/MGM
  4. The King’s Man — 20th Century
  5. American Underdog — Lionsgate
  6. A Day to Die — Redbox
  7. Assailant — Redbox
  8. Clifford the Big Red Dog — Paramount
  9. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  10. The 355 — Universal

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended March 27:

  1. Spider-Man: No Way Home — Sony Pictures/Marvel
  2. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Sony Pictures
  3. The Matrix Resurrections — Warner
  4. Scream (2022) — Paramount
  5. Dog — MGM
  6. Old — Universal
  7. The 355 — Universal
  8. Panama — Paramount
  9. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  10. House of Gucci — MGM

 

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‘Matrix Resurrections’ Tops Redbox Disc Rentals; ‘Scream’ Remains No. 1 on VOD Chart

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s The Matrix Resurrections debuted at No. 1 on Redbox’s disc rental chart the week ended March 13.

The fourth “Matrix” movie and the first in 18 years earned $37.7 million at the domestic box office.

The top title on the Redbox On Demand chart for the second week in a row was the Scream relaunch from Paramount Home Entertainment. The fifth entry in the “Scream” horror franchise, which reunites several cast members from the original 1996 film, earned $81 million at the domestic box office.

Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ The King’s Man 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. Director Matthew Vaughn’s prequel to the “Kingsman” action franchise also fell to No. 7 on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions.

No. 2 on the Redbox On Demand chart was Lionsgate’s Dangerous, a thriller with Scott Eastwood as an ex-con who violates his parole to investigate how his brother died.

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No. 3 on both charts was Sony Pictures’ Ghostbusters: Afterlife. MGM’s House of Gucci, distributed on disc by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, was the No. 4 disc rental and No. 5 on the digital chart.

No. 5 on Redbox’s disc rental chart, and No. 6 on the digital chart, was Lionsgate’s American Underdog, the biopic about Kurt Warner’s rise to becoming an unlikely NFL hall of famer.

The No. 4 digital title was MGM’s Dog, a comedy starring Channing Tatum as a man escorting a military dog to the funeral of his fallen commander. It was released via premium VOD March 11.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended March 13:

  1. The Matrix Resurrections — Warner
  2. The King’s Man — 20th Century
  3. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Sony Pictures
  4. House of Gucci — Universal/MGM
  5. American Underdog — Lionsgate
  6. Eternals — Disney/Marvel
  7. The 355 — Universal
  8. A Day to Die — Redbox
  9. Redeeming Love — Universal
  10. Clifford the Big Red Dog — Paramount

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended March 13:

  1. Scream (2022) — Paramount
  2. Dangerous — Lionsgate
  3. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Sony Pictures
  4. Dog — MGM
  5. House of Gucci — MGM
  6. American Underdog — Lionsgate
  7. The King’s Man — 20th Century
  8. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  9. The Desperate Hour — Vertical
  10. A Day to Die — Redbox

 

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Buddy Comedy ‘Dog’ Tops Weekly Vudu Chart

The canine buddy comedy Dog led the chart of the 10 most-popular titles on Fandango’s transactional digital service Vudu the week ended March 13.

Available for premium digital rental, the MGM film follows an Army ranger (Channing Tatum) who races down the Pacific Coast with an Army dog named Lulu to make it to a fellow soldier’s funeral on time. Along the way, they drive each other crazy.

Illumination’s Sing 2 remained at No. 2 on the chart. The animated sequel, distributed by Universal Pictures, was recently made available for digital purchase. It follows the animal singers as they plan a new show and try to persuade the world’s most reclusive rock star, Clay Callaway (voice of Bono), to join them. The film also features the voices of Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson and Taron Egerton.

Paramount Pictures’ new Scream horror flick, which became available for digital rental and purchase March 1, took the bronze on the chart, dropping from the top spot. It reunites Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette, reprising their roles from the original series. The story takes place 25 years after a streak of brutal murders shocked the quiet town of Woodsboro as a terrifying new killer resurrects the Ghostface mask. As the deaths mount, Woodsboro’s new targets must seek help from the survivors of the original attacks.

The Matrix Resurrections, the fourth installment in Warner Bros.’ “Matrix” franchise, landed at No. 4 on the chart. The film, which debuted in theaters and on HBO Max, is available for regular digital purchase after a premium-priced digital run. It follows up on the trilogy that ended in 2003 and features Keanu Reeves returning to the role of Neo as he learns about the aftermath of the war between humanity and the machines that he thought he ended. His mission becomes to reconnect with his lost love Trinity (Carrie-Anne Moss).

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Falling from No. 3 to No. 5 on the chart was the Liam Neeson actioner Blacklight, available for premium digital rental. The film follows a government operative with a shadowy past who discovers a plot targeting U.S. citizens and finds himself in the crosshairs of the FBI director he once protected.

Among other titles new to Vudu’s chart were the Jennifer Lopez-Owen Wilson romcom Marry Me, Guillermo Del Toro’s Oscar-nominated Best Picture contender Nightmare Alley and the Peter Dinklage starrere Cyrano (Oscar-nominated for Best Costume Design), ranked at No. 7, No. 8 and No. 9, respectively.

Vudu’s top 10 titles for the week ended March 13, in terms of revenue, were:

  1. Dog
  2. Sing 2
  3. Scream (2022)
  4. The Matrix Resurrections
  5. Blacklight
  6. Ghostbusters: Afterlife
  7. Marry Me
  8. Nightmare Alley
  9. Cyrano
  10. American Underdog

‘King’s Man’ Tops Redbox Disc Rentals; ‘Scream’ Relaunch Tops VOD Chart

Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ The King’s Man took over the top spot on Redbox’s disc rental chart the week ended March 6.

Director Matthew Vaughn’s prequel to the “Kingsman” action franchise tells the story of the formation of the title spy agency during World War I. It was No. 5 on the Redbox On Demand chart.

The top title on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions, was the new-for-digital-purchase Scream relaunch from Paramount Home Entertainment. The fifth entry in the “Scream” horror franchise, which reunites several cast members from the original 1996 film, earned $80 million at the domestic box office.

The previous week’s top disc rental, MGM’s House of Gucci, distributed on disc by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, 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. It also slipped a spot to No. 3 on the Redbox On Demand chart.

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No. 3 on Redbox’s disc rental chart, and no. 4 on the digital chart, was Lionsgate’s American Underdog, the biopic about Kurt Warner’s rise to becoming an unlikely NFL hall of famer.

The No. 4 disc rental and No. 2 digital title was Sony Pictures’ Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Disney-owned Marvel Studios’ Eternals slipped a spot to No. 5 on the disc rental chart, and was No. 7 on the digital chart.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended March 6:

  1. The King’s Man — 20th Century
  2. House of Gucci — Universal/MGM
  3. American Underdog — Lionsgate
  4. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Sony Pictures
  5. Eternals — Disney/Marvel
  6. The 355 — Universal
  7. A Day to Die — Redbox
  8. Clifford the Big Red Dog — Paramount
  9. Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City — Sony Pictures
  10. King Richard — Warner

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended March 6:

  1. Scream (2022) — Paramount
  2. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Sony Pictures
  3. House of Gucci — MGM
  4. American Underdog — Lionsgate
  5. The King’s Man — 20th Century
  6. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  7. Eternals — Disney/Marvel
  8. Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City — Sony Pictures
  9. The Desperate Hour — Vertical
  10. King Richard — Warner

 

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‘House of Gucci’ Tops Redbox Disc Rentals; ‘Ghostbusters’ Still Leads on Digital Chart

MGM’s House of Gucci, distributed on disc by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment, took over the top spot on Redbox’s disc rental chart the week ended Feb. 27.

The film, directed by Ridley Scott, stars Lady Gaga and Adam Driver as members of the Gucci fashion empire who get caught up in complicated family politics, leading to a murder scheme. The film earned $53.8 million at the domestic box office.

However, on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital VOD and sellthrough transactions, Gucci could only rise to No. 2, as Sony Pictures’ Ghostbusters: Afterlife was the top digital title for a fourth-consecutive week.

The franchise relaunch from director Jason Reitman, a sequel to the 1980s “Ghostbusters” films, tells the story of a family moving to Oklahoma and uncovering their connection to one of the original Ghostbusters. It dropped to No. 3 on the disc rental chart after three weeks in the top spot.

No. 2 on Redbox’s disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks, was Lionsgate’s American Underdog. The biopic about Kurt Warner’s rise to becoming an unlikely NFL hall of famer was No. 3 on the digital chart.

Disney-owned Marvel Studios’ Eternals slipped a spot to No. 4 on the disc rental chart, and was No. 5 on the digital chart.

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The No. 4 digital title was Disney-owned 20th Century Studios’ The King’s Man, a prequel to the “Kingsman” action franchise.

The No. 5 disc rental was Universal’s female-driven actioner The 355.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended Feb. 27:

  1. House of Gucci — Universal/MGM
  2. American Underdog — Lionsgate
  3. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Sony Pictures
  4. Eternals — Disney/Marvel
  5. The 355 — Universal
  6. Clifford the Big Red Dog — Paramount
  7. Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City — Sony Pictures
  8. Encanto — Disney
  9. King Richard — Warner
  10. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures

 

Top Digital (VOD + Sellthrough), Redbox On Demand, Week Ended Feb. 27:

  1. Ghostbusters: Afterlife — Sony Pictures
  2. House of Gucci — MGM
  3. American Underdog — Lionsgate
  4. The King’s Man — 20th Century
  5. Eternals — Disney/Marvel
  6. F9: The Fast Saga — Universal
  7. Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City — Sony Pictures
  8. Venom: Let There Be Carnage — Sony Pictures
  9. The Ledge — Paramount
  10. King Richard — Warner

 

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