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DVD Rentals - Hat Trick for Game Plan

February 18th, 2008

There were plenty of new releases to chart this week on the rental chart, but The Game Plan remained in first place for the third week in a row with $7.41 million for the week and $26.08 million after three. The Brave One was the best of the new releases, coming in second with $6.98 million. Good Luck Chuck and Saw IV were neck and neck at $5.58 million and $5.29 million, while the two films have earned $33.30 million and $20.25 million respectively. Elizabeth: The Golden Age opened in fifth place with $5.08 million.

There were five other new releases to chart, starting with Across the Universe in eighth place with $4.45 million. the Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford opened in 10th place with $4.35 million. The Jane Austen Book Club nearly earned more during its first week on the home market than it did during its theatrical run, coming in 19th place with $3.33 million. Feast of Love did nearly the same by placing 23rd with $2.53 million while 2 Days in Paris came in 28th with $2.14 million to round out the new releases.


Filed under: Video Sales, The Game Plan, Saw IV, The Brave One, Good Luck Chuck, Across the Universe, Elizabeth: The Golden Age, Deux jours à Paris, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, The Jane Austen Book Club, Feast of Love