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Projections: ‘Toy Story 3’ Set for Domination

8 Nov, 2010 By: John Latchem



Disney’s latest Pixar hit, Toy Story 3, the worldwide top-grossing animated film of all time, should have no problem scoring an easy win on the home video sales and rental charts its first week in stores.

The lack of any other notable new theatrical should help the previous week’s top seller, Warner’s Sex and the City 2, claim the No. 2 position, though likely far behind Toy Story 3.

The only other major new releases Nov. 2 were TV DVD titles: HBO’s The Pacific and Warner’s V: The Complete First Season. Niche appeal could drive “V” to the top 20 sales chart, but Emmy-lauded The Pacific should perform the best of the two, finishing as high as third on the overall sales chart and maybe second on the Blu-ray chart.

Toy Story 3 should have no trouble topping the rental chart despite expired windows for some big titles.

 

Rank

Title

Studio

Weeks on Chart

 

Projected Top 3 Sellers for Week Ending 11/7/2010

 

1

Toy Story 3

Disney

New

2

Sex and the City 2

Warner

2

3

The Pacific

HBO

New

 

Projected Top 3 Rentals for Week Ending 11/7/2010

 

1

Toy Story 3

Paramount/DreamWorks

New

2

How to Train Your Dragon

Paramount/DreamWorks

4

3

A Nightmare on Elm Street

Warner

5

 
 


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