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Projections: ‘Lost’ Should be Found at No. 1

30 Aug, 2010 By: Kelly Burner



It was a light week for new theatrical releases, with only one major title debuting on disc Aug. 24 and a couple that barely made a dent at the box office. From Sony Pictures came the romantic comedy The Back-Up Plan, starring Jennifer Lopez, which earned $37.5 million in domestic theaters.

With only one major theatrical release due, the charts for the week ended Aug. 29 should be dominated by TV DVD releases. Aug. 24 Disney bowed the final season of the hit series “Lost,” Fox came out with the thirteenth season of “The Simpsons,” Warner released the third season of “Gossip Girl,” and Paramount debuted the seventh season of “NCIS.”

While The Back-Up Plan should land at first place on the weekly top rental chart, sales of the sixth season of ‘Lost’ should easily place it on the top of the weekly sales chart.

Rank

Title

Studio

Weeks on Chart

 

Projected Top 3 Sellers for Week Ending 8/29/2010

 

1

Lost: The Sixth and Final Season

Disney

New

2

The Back-Up Plan

Sony Pictures

New

3

The Simpsons: Season 13

Fox

New

 

Projected Top 3 Rentals for Week Ending 8/29/2010

 

1

The Back-Up Plan

Sony Pictures

New

2

Date Night

Fox

3

3

The Last Song

Disney

2

 


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