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‘Potter’ Flies Into Top Sales Spot Again   27 Apr, 2011

'Harry Potter' continued to hold disc buyers spellbound the week ended April 24. The latest installment in the series, 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part I,' took both the top overall disc sales spot and the top Blu-ray Disc sales spot on Nielsen VideoScan’s First Alert charts for a...More>>

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New Social Media Software Predicts Disc Sales   14 Jun, 2011

An Indianapolis technology company June 14 bowed new software that enables studios and content owners to determine a new release’s home entertainment success — and includes probable sales of DVD and Blu-ray Disc.More>>

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A Dream Week for ‘Inception’    15 Dec, 2010

Warner Home Video’s <i>Inception</i> flew off retail shelves its first week in stores, displacing Summit Entertainment’s <i>Eclipse</i> as the top-selling disc for the week ended Dec. 12.More>>

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‘Toy Story 3’ Plays to No. 1   10 Nov, 2010

<i>Toy Story 3</i> was the big winner on home video the week ended Nov. 7, as the latest installment in the Pixar series, released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, debuted at No. 1 on all three charts.More>>

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‘Dragon’ Still Flying High   27 Oct, 2010

There’s no stopping DreamWorks’ <i>How to Train Your Dragon</i>. The family film with a $217.6 million box office pedigree, distributed on disc by Paramount Home Entertainment, again topped the national home video sales charts for the second consecutive week — and was the No. 1 rental as well...More>>

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‘Dragon’ Soars on Sales Charts   20 Oct, 2010

Paramount Home Entertainment ruled the home video sales charts the week ended Oct. 17, with the DreamWorks theatrical hit <i>How to Train Your Dragon</i> debuting at No. 1 and <i>Iron Man 2</i> remaining at No. 2 for the second consecutive week.More>>

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‘Beauty and the Beast’ Is Best   13 Oct, 2010

Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment's <i>Beauty and the Beast</i>, a 1991 theatrical release that made its Blu-ray Disc debut Oct. 5, made it to No. 1 on the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert sales chart solely on the strength of its first-week Blu-ray disc sales tally.More>>

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‘Clash’ a Smash on Video Charts   4 Aug, 2010

<i>Clash of the Titans</i>, a remake of the 1981 cult classic, was a Titan on the video charts the week ended Aug. 1.More>>

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‘Avatar’ Finished First Again   12 May, 2010

<i>Avatar</i> remained the top-selling DVD and Blu-ray Disc for the third consecutive week, amid news from distributor 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment that the theatrical blockbuster has now sold nearly 20 million discs worldwide, 6.2 million of them Blu-ray Disc.More>>

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‘New Moon’ Takes Bite Out of Sales   24 Mar, 2010

<i>The Twilight Saga: New Moon</i>, the nearly $300 million-grossing sequel to last year’s blockbuster teen vampire movie <i>Twilight</i>, sold more than 4 million copies its first weekend in stores to easily capture the top spot on the national DVD and Blu-ray Disc sales charts.More>>

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