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Jump to Week Ending 07/01/12 Reports Here This thread is intended to be used as a master thread for reference for all the weekly sales reports from Home Media Magazine, Nielsen Videoscan, The-Numbers or any other sources of weekly sales information. Note that The-Numbers, Nielsen Videoscan first alert as reported by Home Media Magazine and The Hollywood Reporter, Rentrak and many other sources use a Monday-Sunday reporting week while the weekly revenue and unit sales figures published by Home Media Magazine (HMM) each week is offset a day with a Sunday-Saturday reporting week. With new releases coming usually on Tuesday and major releases sometimes on Friday that results in a slight reporting period offset where major releases get one less day of sales (Sunday) in the HMM revenue and unit sales data for the entire format sales figures each week for Blu-ray and DVD and some of the impact of the hot new releases is spread into the next HMM reporting week. Also note that Home Media Magazine and The-Numbers weekly sales data are also estimates and have inherent reporting errors and assumptions. Even when they may differ in magnitude in the estimates or may be biased in their methodology, especially on a weekly or short term basis their general trends over the time are more consistent and more accurate. The-Numbers in particular is designed to be more accurate in the cumulative long term numbers and may have initial weekly sales estimates that may have issues. But The-Numbers data is the only routine weekly unit and revenues estimate available that is openly available and is free from Non-Disclosure requirements from data aggregators. Also keep in mind that Walmart sales data is not currently available to Nielsen Videoscan and is not a part of their reporting and must be estimated by The-Numbers and other data sources. Walmart sales estimates are generally easier to do for unit sales than revenues generated and estimates for high volume titles have more error in the estimates from The-Numbers and HMM.. Hope this data helps to put things into perspective. Please do not place any comments in this thread but try and place them into the weekly discussion thread also in this forum Thanks Kosty NOTE: July 4, 2012 I'm just going to open up this thread for discussion as I can reserve in sequence all the data posts at the top of each weeks data set.

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I am slowly but surely populating this reference thread with the historical reports. Check back soon for more information on previous weeks data .

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Week Ending 01/08/12

Plenty of New-Year Savings 4 Jan, 2012 By: John Latchem http://static.hometh...um.com/imgrepo/ The arrival of the new year means retailers are clearing out their shelves with bargains on DVDs and Blu-rays, and some good news for those looking to shed the holiday pounds. Target offered a selection of fitness DVDs at $9 each, while Best Buy had fitness DVDs at $7.99 each. Best Buy offered a one-day sale on New Year’s Day, with Blu-ray combo packs of Transformers: Dark of the Moon and X-Men: First Class at $9.99 each, and Smallville: The Complete Series at $189.99. Fans of “Justified” could get a free T-shirt with the show’s logo at Best Buy with the purchase of the season two DVD ($19.99) or Blu-ray ($24.99), and a $10 savings when both seasons of the show are purchased together. Target’s big sale focused on a $15 price point for TV DVD sets or a selection of recent Blu-ray releases Marley & Me: The Puppy Years expanded beyond a Walmart exclusive, with Best Buy offering the direct-to-video spinoff at $4.99 for the DVD and $7.99 for the Blu-ray, while Target had the DVD at $9. http://static.hometh...um.com/imgrepo/

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New to domestic Blu-ray-week ending 1/8/12: 18 titles New Theatrical: 7 Theatrical Catalog: 3 Other: 6
[B]Title Year Released IMDB RT BoxOffice Studio[/B] [B]New theatrical: 7 / 134.3M TBO[/B] Contagion 2011 1/3/12 6.9 84 75.7 Warner Don't Be Afraid of the Dark 2011 1/3/12 5.8 59 24.0 Sony Shark Night 3D 2011 1/3/12 4.0 15 18.9 Fox I Don't Know How She Does It 2011 1/3/12 4.2 17 9.7 Anchor Bay The Guard 2011 1/3/12 7.4 95 5.3 Sony The Last Lions 2011 1/3/12 7.9 87 0.6 Virgil Films Puncture 2011 1/3/12 6.9 53 0.1 Millennium [B]Theatrical Catalog 3 (2 from major studios)[/B] She's All That 1999 1/3/12 5.5 39 63.3 Lionsgate Serendipity 2001 1/3/12 6.7 58 50.3 Lionsgate Proof 2005 1/3/12 6.8 63 7.5 Echo Bridge [B]TV/DTV movies: 1[/B] Ice Quake 2010 1/3/12 4.2 TVM Anchor Bay [B]TV Series: 3[/B] [B] Year Released IMDB Min Type [/B] Mildred Pierce 2011 1/3/12 7.9 336 MIS HBO Justified: The Complete Second Season 2011 1/3/12 8.8 546 TVS Sony Sekirei: Pure Engagement, Complete Series 2010 1/3/12 8.1 350 ANE FUNimation .
Year to date (after week 1): 2012 total releases: 18 2011 total releases: 30 2012 New Theatrical: 7 / 134.3M TBO 2011 New Theatrical: 6 / 157.7M TBO 2012 Theatrical Catalog*: 3 total / 2 major studios 2011 Theatrical Catalog*: 15 total / 15 major studios Historical Totals: (2011 and earlier) Total releases since launch: 53812011 total releases: 1773 2010 total releases: 1355 2009 total releases: 1093 2008 total releases: 706 2007 total releases: 296 2006 total releases: 140 Total new theatrical releases since launch: 1215 2011 New Theatrical: 370 / 9965.2M TBO** 2010 New Theatrical: 307 / 10833.3M TBO** 2009 New Theatrical: 233 / 9726.1M TBO** 2008 New Theatrical: 170 / 8525.7M TBO** 2007 New Theatrical: 93 / 6136.2M TBO** 2006 New Theatrical: 35 / 2205.3M TBO** Total theatrical Catalog releases since launch: 1774 / 1238 major studios (69.8%) 2011 Theatrical Catalog*: 580 total / 302 major studios (52.1%) 2010 Theatrical Catalog*: 354 total / 222 major studios (62.7%) 2009 Theatrical Catalog*: 366 total / 290 major studios (79.2%) 2008 Theatrical Catalog*: 240 total / 207 major studios (86.3%) 2007 Theatrical Catalog*: 146 total / 133 major studios (91.1%) 2006 Theatrical Catalog*: 85 total / 82 major studios (96.5%) * = actual number of debut movies released, as some SKUs had more than one movie ** = Blu-ray releases only, TBO of DVD may be higher as some new theatrical releases were only released on DVD One year ago: Titles released week ending 1/9/11: 30 New Theatrical: 6 Theatrical Catalog: 11 Other: 14
[B]Title Year Released IMDB RT BoxOffice Studio[/B] [B]New Theatrical: 6 / 157.7M TBO[/B] Dinner For Schmucks 2010 1/4/11 6.1 44 73.0 Dreamworks The Last Exorcism 2010 1/4/11 5.9 72 41.0 Lionsgate Machete 2010 1/4/11 7.4 75 26.6 Fox Case 39 2009 1/4/11 6.1 22 13.3 Paramount Catfish 2010 1/4/11 7.0 78 3.2 Universal Howl 2010 1/4/11 6.7 57 0.6 Oscilloscope Pictures [B]Theatrical Catalog: 15 (15 from major studios) [/B] Backdraft 1991 1/4/11 6.6 72 77.9 Universal El Mariachi 1992 1/4/11 7.0 92 Sony A Walk in the Clouds 1995 1/4/11 6.3 43 50.0 Fox Desperado 1995 1/4/11 7.1 61 25.6 Sony Ever After 1998 1/4/11 6.9 90 65.7 Fox Hope Floats 1998 1/4/11 5.4 23 60.1 Fox My Dog Skip 2000 1/4/11 6.9 73 34.1 Warner Once Upon a Time.in Mexico 2003 1/4/11 6.2 68 56.4 Sony Crazy Eights 2006 1/4/11 4.0 Lionsgate Gravedancers 2006 1/4/11 5.7 100 Lionsgate Wicked Little Things 2006 1/4/11 5.0 Lionsgate Borderland 2007 1/4/11 5.7 100 Lionsgate The Broken 2008 1/4/11 5.5 Lionsgate The Butterfly Effect 3: Revelations 2009 1/4/11 5.8 Lionsgate Zombies of Mass Destruction 2009 1/4/11 5.1 60 Lionsgate .
Note: Only movies making their Blu-ray debut are listed. New theatrical = movie released theatrically in U.S. AND which the debut DVD release was issued concurrently, afterwards, or less than 6 months prior Theatrical Catalog = movie released theatrically in the U.S. AND which the debut DVD release was issued greater than 6 months prior RT = Rotten Tomatoes TVM = Made for TV movie DTV = Direct to video FTR = Foreign theatrical release (but not in U.S.) MIS = TV Miniseries TVS = TV series TVE = TV episode or single disc TV series ANE = Anime SHT = Short Click HERE for complete up-to-date theatrical lists, alphabetical and by year. hat tip bruceames original here Posted Image Posted Image link

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‘Contagion’ Infects Sales Charts; ‘Hangover’ Rises to Top Rentals 11 Jan, 2012 By: Thomas K. Arnold Posted Image Contagion Warner Home Video snagged the top four spots on the national home video sales charts for the week ended Jan. 8, with the newly released Contagion debuting at No. 1 on the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert chart. Three previous releases followed: The Hangover Part II at No. 2, Dolphin Tale at No. 3 and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2 at No. 4. The prior week’s top seller, 20th Century Fox’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes, slipped back to No. 5 its fourth week, selling about 31% as many copies as Contagion. Contagion also topped Nielsen’s dedicated Blu-ray Disc sales chart for the week, followed at No. 2 by Hangover and No. 3 by Harry Potter. Rise of the Planets of the Apes, the top-selling Blu-ray disc of the previous week, slipped to No. 6. Contagion generated 40% of its first-week unit sales from Blu-ray Disc. On Home Media Magazine’s video rental chart for the week, Hangover moved up to No. 1 now that its holdback from rental outlets such as Netflix and Redbox has ended. Universal Studios’ Cowboys & Aliens, also now available at those two rental channels, shot up to No. 2 from No. 56, while 20th Century Fox’s Mr. Popper’s Penguins, also off its holdback, soared to No. 3 from No. 63. Sony Pictures’ Columbiana, the previous week’s top rental, slipped to No. 4. Another Sony release, Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, was the week’s highest-charting new release, debuting on the rental chart at No. 6. Related Links : Top 20 Sellers for the Week Ended 01/08/12 Top 20 Rentals for the Week Ended 01/08/12 Top 20 Selling Blu-ray Discs for the Week Ended 01/08/12 Top 20 Blu-ray Market Share for the Week Ended 01/08/12

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Weekly Domestic Blu-ray Sales Chart for Week Ending January 8, 2012 Rank Prev. Rank Title [B]Units this Week[/B]% Change Total units [B]Sales this Week[/B] Total Sales [B]Weeks in Release [/B] 1 (-) Contagion [B]274,119[/B] 274,119 [B]$ 4,931,401[/B] $ 4,931,401 [B]1[/B] 2 6 The Hangover Part II [B]157,591[/B] +28.45% 1,760,492 [B]$ 2,281,918[/B] $ 29,395,263 [B]5[/B] 3 3 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 [B]91,008[/B] -59.83% 4,805,681 [B]$ 1,455,210[/B] $ 100,783,441 [B]9[/B] 4 (-) Transformers: Dark of the Moon [B]84,264[/B] 2,997,044 [B]$ 1,816,736[/B] $ 64,209,101 [B]15[/B] 5 10 Cowboys and Aliens [B]82,455[/B] +0.19% 1,139,155 [B]$ 1,777,730[/B] $ 25,117,660 [B]5[/B] 6 1 Rise of the Planet of the Apes [B]79,577[/B] -79.59% 1,665,995 [B]$ 1,988,623[/B] $ 35,747,331 [B]4 [/B] 7 (-) Don't Be Afraid of the Dark [B]54,659[/B] 54,659 [B]$ 1,092,640[/B] $ 1,092,640 [B]1[/B] 8 (-) X-Men: First Class [B]52,521[/B] 1,414,263 [B]$ 1,053,575[/B] $ 31,419,729 18 9 (-) Justified: The Complete Second Season [B]51,863[/B] 51,863 [B]$ 1,425,723 [/B]$ 1,425,723 [B]1[/B] 10 12 Warrior [B]51,726[/B] -32.27% 287,488 [B]$ 1,034,008[/B] $ 5,428,106 [B]3[/B]
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Blu-ray Sales: Overall Sales are in Remission The Blu-ray sales chart was both busy and slow this week. On the one hand, there were five new releases that charted this week, including three in the top ten. On the other hand, only one of those new releases, Contagion, did any significant business. It was able to sell 274,000 units while generating $4.93 million in revenue, giving it an opening week Blu-ray share of 40%. That's a very good share for a drama, but its overall home market run is disappointing. The Hangover II rose to second place with 158,000 units / $2.28 million for the week. After more than a month of release, the film has sold 1.76 million units and earned $29.40 million in revenue. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 remained in third place with 91,000 units / $1.46 million for the week, while it now has sold 4.81 million units and generating $100.78 million after two months of release. Transformers: Dark of the Moon rose into fourth place, as if to emphasize how weak the new releases were. It added 82,000 units / $1.82 million to its totals, which now sit at just under 3.00 million units / $64.21 million. Cowboys and Aliens was right behind with 82,000 units / $1.78 million for the week and 1.14 million units / $25.12 million after a month. The next best of the new releases was Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, which placed seventh with 55,000 units / $1.09 million and an opening week Blu-ray share of 32%. That's a little low for a horror film, but acceptable. Justified: Season Two debuted in ninth place with 52,000 units / $1.43 million. Normally, TV on DVD releases do quite poorly on high definition, but this release managed an opening week Blu-ray share of 28%, which is much better than the average TV on DVD release manages. Further down the list we find Shark Night in 19th place with 34,000 units / $720,000. Its opening week Blu-ray share was just 30%, which was disappointing. Then again, it has been disappointing every step of its journey. I Don't Know How She Does It was the final new release, which only managed 23rd place with 12,000 units / $257,000. Its opening week Blu-ray share was a miniscule 14%, which is bad, even given the genre and target audience. The overall Blu-ray market was again terrible compared to last week falling 41% in terms of units and 40% in terms of dollars. Worse still, it was down from the same week last year, by significant margins of 7% and 18% respectively. DVD sales hung on better compared to last week, but fell faster compared to last year. This overall Blu-ray share slipped this week to 34% in terms of units and 38% in terms of dollars, but so far this has proven to be a bad time of year for high definition. The releases that come out tend to be secondary releases, as opposed to visually impressive blockbusters. Next week, prominent Blu-ray releases include Moneyball, Boardwalk Empire and really that's it. Neither of these releases are what you would call prime releases for high definition, so odds are it will be another slow week. The biggest hit of last year was The Social Network, which is a great movie, but not the kind that does well on high definition. It could be hard for 2012 to eke out a win. - C.S.Strowbridge Date posted: 2012-01-19 Movies Contagion The Hangover 2 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II Transformers: Dark of the Moon Cowboys and Aliens Don't Be Afraid of the Dark Shark Night 3D I Don't Know How She Does It

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DVD Sales: New Releases are Spreading There were five new releases to reach the top 30 on this week's DVD sales chart. This includes a new number one selling DVD, Contagion. The film sold 411,000 units during its first week of release generating $6.16 million. The Hangover II slipped to second place with 217,000 units / $2.15 million for the week giving it totals of 3.13 million units / $40.50 million after five. Thanks to a very strong hold, Dolphin Tale climbed to third place with 168,000 units / $2.51 million for the week. After three weeks of release, the film has sold 1.07 million units while generating $16.11 million in sales. The Help was right behind with 160,000 units / $2.71 million for the week and 3.58 million units / $61.28 million after five. Rounding out the top five was Rise of the Planet of the Apes at 148,000 units / $2.22 million for the week. After a month of release, it has sold 1.83 million units while earning $32.60 million in revenue. Justified: Season Two just missed the top five with 135,000 units, while it was in third place in terms of dollars at $2.70 million. Don't Be Afraid of the Dark was one spot back in seventh place with 119,000 units / $2.01 million. Further down the list we find Shark Night in 13th place with 78,000 units / $1.17 million. I Don't Know How She Does It opened in 14th place with 75,000 units / $1.35 million. - C.S.Strowbridge Date posted: 2012-01-17 Movies Contagion The Hangover 2 Dolphin Tale The Help Rise of the Planet of the Apes Don't Be Afraid of the Dark Shark Night 3D I Don't Know How She Does It

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Deals on the ‘Boardwalk’ 10 Jan, 2012 By: John Latchem http://static.hometh...um.com/imgrepo/ Best Buy once again is touting its “Upgrade and Save” program that lets customers trade a used DVD in its original case for a $5 coupon that can be applied toward the purchase of any Blu-ray priced at $9.99 or more. The program was heavily promoted in Best Buy’s weekly ad circular, with the coupon-discounted price printed next to all the new-release Blu-rays for Jan. 10. In some cases, this brought the Blu-ray price below that of the DVD version of the same film. Best Buy’s other big promotion for the week focused on season one discs of HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire.” The chain has an exclusive bonus disc with two historical featurettes and the first episode of the second season, and all purchases of HBO series include a “Game of Thrones” sampler disc. Best Buy also has a “Boardwalk Empire” deck of playing cards for $3.99. Target’s version of the “Boardwalk Empire” set includes an exclusive set of six postcards featuring imagery from the show. Target also offered $5 instant savings when the Blu-rays of Killer Elite and Scorpion King 3 were bought together. Walmart offered a Blu-ray copy of Moneyball with an exclusive bonus disc featuring an episode of MLB Network's "Studio 42 With Bob Costas" devoted to the movie. http://static.hometh...um.com/imgrepo/

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Projections: Get Ready to Play 'Moneyball' 16 Jan, 2012 By: John Latchem http://static.hometh...um.com/imgrepo/ After getting off to a so-so start, the new year should get a boost from a few high-profile new releases, led by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment’s Moneyball. The Brad Pitt starrer based on the famous book about sabermetrics should find itself atop the sales and rental charts its first week in stores. Also receiving a lot of retail attention among the Jan. 10 releases is HBO’s Boardwalk Empire: The Complete First Season, though it may not move as many units because it's a pricier TV boxed set.

Projected Top 3 Sellers for Week Ending 1/15/2012 1 Moneyball Sony Pictures New 2 Boardwalk Empire: The Complete First Season HBO New 3 Killer Elite Universal New



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New to domestic Blu-ray-week ending 1/15/12: 37 titles New Theatrical: 7 Theatrical Catalog: 7 Other: 23
[B]Title Year Released IMDB RT BoxOffice Studio[/B] [B]New theatrical: 7 / 116.2M TBO[/B] Moneyball 2011 1/10/12 7.8 95 75.3 Sony Killer Elite 2011 1/10/12 6.6 25 25.1 Universal What's Your Number? 2011 1/10/12 5.6 24 14.0 Fox There Be Dragons 2011 1/10/12 5.7 11 1.1 Fox Higher Ground 2011 1/10/12 5.9 81 0.5 Sony 1911 2011 1/10/12 6.2 9 0.1 Well Go USA Film socialisme 2010 1/10/12 6.1 55 0.0 Kino Video [B]Theatrical Catalog 7 (6 from major studios)[/B] The Hellstrom Chronicle 1971 1/10/12 7.4 Olive Films Never Been Kissed 1999 1/10/12 5.7 56 55.5 Fox Shallow Hal 2001 1/10/12 6.0 51 70.8 Fox Just Married 2003 1/10/12 5.2 19 56.1 Fox Fever Pitch 2005 1/10/12 6.2 64 42.1 Fox John Tucker Must Die 2006 1/10/12 5.5 25 41.0 Fox Just My Luck 2006 1/10/12 5.0 13 17.3 Fox [B]TV/DTV movies: 4[/B] The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption 2010 1/10/12 DTV Universal The Legend of Diablo 2004 1/10/12 1.7 DTV Seedsman Group The Summer of Massacre 2011 1/10/12 2.0 DTV Breaking Glass Sinners and Saints 2010 1/10/12 6.1 DTV Anchor Bay [B]TV Series: 2[/B] [B] Year Released IMDB Min Type [/B] Boardwalk Empire 2010 1/10/12 8.8 733 TVS HBO Primeval: Volume 3, Complete Series 4 and 5 2010 1/10/12 7.1 500 TVS BBC .
Year to date (after week 2): 2012 total releases: 55 2011 total releases: 59 2012 New Theatrical: 14 / 250.5M TBO 2011 New Theatrical: 9 / 301.0M TBO 2012 Theatrical Catalog*: 10 total / 8 major studios 2011 Theatrical Catalog*: 27 total / 23 major studios Historical Totals: (2011 and earlier) Total releases since launch: 5381 (thru 2011) 2011 total releases: 1773 2010 total releases: 1355 2009 total releases: 1093 2008 total releases: 706 2007 total releases: 296 2006 total releases: 140 Total new theatrical releases since launch: 1215 2011 New Theatrical: 370 / 9965.2M TBO** 2010 New Theatrical: 307 / 10833.3M TBO** 2009 New Theatrical: 233 / 9726.1M TBO** 2008 New Theatrical: 170 / 8525.7M TBO** 2007 New Theatrical: 93 / 6136.2M TBO** 2006 New Theatrical: 35 / 2205.3M TBO** Total theatrical Catalog releases since launch: 1774 / 1238 major studios (69.8%) 2011 Theatrical Catalog*: 580 total / 302 major studios (52.1%) 2010 Theatrical Catalog*: 354 total / 222 major studios (62.7%) 2009 Theatrical Catalog*: 366 total / 290 major studios (79.2%) 2008 Theatrical Catalog*: 240 total / 207 major studios (86.3%) 2007 Theatrical Catalog*: 146 total / 133 major studios (91.1%) 2006 Theatrical Catalog*: 85 total / 82 major studios (96.5%) * = actual number of debut movies released, as some SKUs had more than one movie ** = Blu-ray releases only, TBO of DVD may be higher as some new theatrical releases were only released on DVD One year ago: Titles released week ending 1/16/11: 29 New Theatrical: 3 Theatrical Catalog: 12 Other: 14
[B]Title Year Released IMDB RT BoxOffice Studio[/B] [B]New Theatrical: 3 / 143.3M TBO[/B] The Social Network 2010 1/11/11 8.2 97 93.2 Sony Alpha and Omega 2010 1/11/11 4.6 14 25.1 Lionsgate Piranha 2010 1/11/11 6.2 75 25.0 Sony [B]Theatrical Catalog: 12 (8 from major studios) [/B] Robinson Crusoe on Mars 1964 1/11/11 6.6 92 Criterion The Endless Summer 1966 1/11/11 7.5 100 Monterey Video Army of Shadows 1969 1/11/11 8.1 97 0.7 Criterion Once Upon a Time in America 1984 1/11/11 8.4 93 5.3 Warner Overboard 1987 1/11/11 6.3 52 26.7 MGM Dances With Wolves 1990 1/11/11 8.0 77 184.2 MGM The Cutting Edge 1992 1/11/11 6.6 62 25.1 MGM Honeymoon in Vegas 1992 1/11/11 5.8 65 35.2 MGM Four Weddings and a Funeral 1994 1/11/11 7.1 96 52.7 MGM Rob Roy 1995 1/11/11 6.9 71 31.6 MGM The Long Kiss Goodnight 1996 1/11/11 6.6 69 33.3 New Line The Great Debaters 2007 1/11/11 7.6 79 30.2 Vivendi Entertainment .
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Week Ending 01/15/12

'Moneyball' Hits a Home Run, Tops Sales and Rental Charts 18 Jan, 2012By: Thomas K. Arnold Posted Image Moneyball The post-holiday new releases continue to trickle in as Hollywood mines its leftover 2011 theatricals for January and February release, amid hopes the home entertainment industry’s so-called “fifth quarter” will prove a fruitful one as consumers cash in gift cards or look for discs to play on their new Blu-ray players. The big tentpoles were all released in advance of the holidays. And thus it is that a modest theatrical success, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment’s Moneyball, scored a rare triple play the week ended Jan. 15, debuting at No. 1 on both the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert sales chart and Nielsen’s dedicated Blu-ray Disc sales chart, as well as Home Media Magazine’s rental chart. Moneyball, a baseball biodrama starring Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill, grossed $75.4 million in U.S. theaters during the fall. According to Nielsen data, 44% of first-week sales were on Blu-ray Disc. Bowing at No. 2 on both sales charts was another fall 2011 theatrical, Universal Studios’ Killer Elite, which stars Robert De Niro and earned $25 million at the box office. (Universal is one of the studios that holds back releases from Netflix and Redbox by 28 days, so it didn’t appear on Home Media Research’s Top 20 rentals.) Killer Elite generated 53% of first-week sales from Blu-ray Disc. And, again on both sales charts, Warner’s Boardwalk Empire: The Complete First Season debuted at No. 3, generating 39% of its total sales from the Blu-ray format. On Home Media Magazine’s rental chart, the No. 2 spot went to 20th Century Fox’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes, fresh off its 28-day rental holdback. The Hangover Part II, the previous week’s top rental, slipped to No. 3. Related Links : Top 20 Sellers for the Week Ended 01/15/12 Top 20 Rentals for the Week Ended 01/15/12 Top 20 Selling Blu-ray Discs for the Week Ended 01/15/12 Top 20 Blu-ray Market Share for the Week Ended 01/15/12

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