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DVD Rentals - Chuck Does Good

January 28th, 2008

A pair of new releases topped the rental chart with Good Luck Chuck edging out Mr. Woodcock $11.61 million to $10.01 million. 3:10 to Yuma added $8.89 million over the week for $19.65 million after two. Rush Hour 3 is the oldest release in the top five at five weeks, during which time it has pulled in $47.17 million including $8.41 million this past week. War fell from second to fifth with $7.95 million over the week and $29.47 million after three, which is more than it made theatrically.

The best of the rest was Suburban Girl, which placed 12th with $5.02 million. Family Guy - Blue Harvest landed in 25th place with $2.24 million, which is a very good start for a TV on DVD release. The Ten opened in 27th place with $1.83 million, which is more than double what it earned in limited release, while the direct-to-DVD release, Wedding Daze opened in 30th place with $1.65 million.


Filed under: Video Sales, Rush Hour 3, Good Luck Chuck, Mr. Woodcock, War, The Ten, Wedding Daze, Suburban Girl, 3:10 to Yuma