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Projections: 'Spectre' Likely to Maintain Disc Sales Lead

22 Feb, 2016 By: John Latchem



A slew of new-to-disc docudramas that performed moderately at the box office are unlikely to push the James Bond film Spectre from the top spot on the home video sales charts the week ending Feb. 21.

The most high-profile of the new releases are Universal's Steve Jobs, which earned just $17.8 million domestically but scored two acting Oscar nominations, and Warner's Black Mass, a $62.6 million earner starring Johnny Depp.

The rental chart will see two big titles move up after the end of their 28-day holdback at Redbox kiosks: Warner's The Intern is slated to take the top spot while Universal's Straight Outta Compton should land at No. 3.

Rank Title Studio Weeks on Chart
  Projected Top 3 Sellers for Week Ending 2/21/16  
1 Spectre Fox/MGM 2
2 Steve Jobs Universal New
3 Black Mass Warner New
  Projected Top 3 Rentals for Week Ending 2/21/16  
1 The Intern Warner 5
2 The Martian Fox 6
3 Straight Outta Compton Universal 5

 


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