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Sony Pictures Animation’s Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 has topped the home video sales chart in its first week of release, with the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert sales chart pegging it at #1 for both the DVD/Blu-ray combined chart and the dedicated Blu-ray sales chart. Trailing it on the combined sales chart were […]
Walt Disney Studio’s direct-to-video movie Secret of the Wings premiered in the top spot on both the Nielsen VideoScan FirstAlert chart and the dedicated Blu-ray sales chart in its debut week (ending October 28, 2012). The new movie joins the other three Tinker Bell movies in being a top seller, with the franchise selling millions […]
The Hollywood Reporter states that Paramount Pictures’ Rango raced to the top of sales charts in its debut week, even though its Friday release date meant that it was only on sale for 2 of the 5 reporting days. 46% of those sales were of the Blu-ray version of the movie.
On its first week of release, Disney’s re-release of Bambi in a Blu-ray Diamond Edition combo pack leapt to the top of the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert and Blu-ray disc sales chart, pushing DreamWorks’ Megamind to the #2 position on both lists. Megamind also moved down to the #2 spot on the rental charts to […]
DreamWorks Animation’s Megamind has debuted at the top spot in Nielsen Video Scan’s DVD and Blu-ray sales charts, as well as Home Media Magazine‘s rental chart, according to the Hollywood Reporter. The results are even more surprising since the movie was released on a Friday instead of the usual Tuesday, meaning the sales and rentals […]
Enchanted debuted at number two on the DVD sales charts, behind I Am Legend, by selling 2.8 million units, according to data compiled by The Numbers.com. In its second week, Bee Movie dropped to third place, shipping 1.3 million units. Other animated movies in the top thirty sellers include 101 Dalmatians (440,000 units); Beowulf (121,000 […]
Bee Movie topped DVD sales charts in its debut week, selling 1.4 million units in the week ended March 16, according to figures compiled by The-Numbers.com. 101 Dalmatians held third place with 451,000 units. Other animated titles in the top thirty include Beowulf (110,000 units), Barbie Mariposa (75,000) and The Aristocats (63,000).
Disney’s The Aristocats fell from third place to twelfth on the DVD sales charts in the most recent recorded period, Video Business Online reports. Family Guy Presents Blue Harvest slipped from eleventh to sixteenth.
The Aristocats debuted at number three on the DVD sales charts in its first week of release, trade journal Video Business Online reports. Family Guy Presents Blue Harvest fell from seventh to eleventh place in its fourth week of release, and The Simpsons Movie slipped from ninth to fifteenth place.