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 The DVD/Blu-Ray Rental and Sales Thread 
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I had this thread over at BOM to track the weekly numbers for rentals of DVD's and VHS. It's just to see what movies do better at your local video store, and interesting to see the big renters of the year.


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*Blue indicates new releases

August 31

Rank, Title, Gross for Week, Total Gross to Date

1. Passion of the Christ, The (2004)- $9.45M ($9.4M)
2. Twisted (2004/I)- $9.13M ($9.1M)
3. Taking Lives (2004)- $5.66M ($18.8M)
4. Laws of Attraction (2004)- $5.64M ($12M)
5. Girl Next Door, The (2004)- $5.58M ($12M)
6. Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004)- $5.49M ($38.1M)
7. Godsend (2004)- $5.13M ($18.1M)
8. Johnson Family Vacation (2004)- $4.76M ($30.2M)
9. Hidalgo (2004)- $4.69M ($31M)
10. 13 Going On 30 (2004)- $4.26M ($46.5M)
11. Prince & Me, The (2004)- $3.87M ($18.1M)
12. Ella Enchanted (2004) - $2.71M ($5.6M)
13. Hellboy (2004)- $2.26M ($44.7M)
14. Starsky & Hutch (2004)- $2.17M ($43.8M)
15. Dogville (2003)- $1.77M ($3.7M)
16. Whole Ten Yards, The (2004)- $1.71M ($31.4M)
17. Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (2004)- $1.69M ($26.2M)
18. New York Minute (2004)- $1.6M ($5.8M)
19. Butterfly Effect, The (2004)- $1.4M ($54.9M)
20. National Lampoon Presents Dorm Daze (2003)- $1.34M ($6.7M)


September 7

Rank, Title, Gross for Week, Total Gross to Date

1. Punisher, The (2004)- $10.6M ($10.6M)
2. Twisted (2004/I)- $7.89M ($17M)
3. Passion of the Christ, The (2004) - $7.74M ($17.2M)
4. Ladykillers, The (2004)- $5.62M ($5.6M)
5. Soul Plane (2004)- $5.21M ($5.2M)
6. Girl Next Door, The (2004)- $4.75M ($16.8M)
7. Taking Lives (2004)- $4.71M ($23.5M)
8. Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004)- $4.67M ($42.8M)
9. Jersey Girl (2004)- $4.46M ($4.5M)
10. Laws of Attraction (2004)- $4.38M ($16.4M)
11. Johnson Family Vacation (2004)- $3.94M ($34.1M)
12. Godsend (2004)- $3.69M ($21.7M)
13. Hidalgo (2004)- $3.44M ($34.5M)
14. Prince & Me, The (2004)- $3.29M ($21.4M)
15. 13 Going On 30 (2004)- $2.62M ($49.1M)
16. Ella Enchanted (2004) - $1.84M ($7.5M)
17. Hellboy (2004)- $1.55M ($46.2M)
18. Dogville (2003)- $1.41M ($5.1M)
19. Whole Ten Yards, The (2004)- $1.3M ($32.7M)
20. National Lampoon Presents Dorm Daze (2003)- $1.27M ($8M)



September 14

Rank, Title, Gross for Week, Total Gross to Date

1. Man on Fire (2004) $11.6M ($11.6M)
2. Punisher, The (2004) $8.07M ($18.7M)
3. Twisted (2004/I) $6.4M ($23.4M)
4. Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004) $6.17M ($6.2M)
5. Ladykillers, The (2004) $5.33M ($11M)
6. Soul Plane (2004) $4.55M ($9.8M)
7. Passion of the Christ, The (2004) $4.39M ($21.6M)
8. Girl Next Door, The (2004) $3.7M ($20.5M)
9. Jersey Girl (2004) $3.6M ($8.1M)
10. Taking Lives (2004) $3.58M ($27.1M)
11. Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004) $3.17M ($45.9M)
12. Johnson Family Vacation (2004) $2.83M ($37M)
13. Laws of Attraction (2004) $2.63M ($19M)
14. Hidalgo (2004) $2.58M ($37.1M)
15. Prince & Me, The (2004) $2.33M ($23.7M)
16. 13 Going On 30 (2004) $2.02M ($51.1M)
17. Godsend (2004) $2.01M ($23.8M)
18. Home on the Range (2004) $1.78M ($1.8M)
19. Doctor Sleep (2002) $1.33M ($1.3M)
20. Ella Enchanted (2004) $1.23M ($8.7M)



September 21

Rank, Title, Gross for Week, Total Gross to Date

1. Man on Fire (2004) $7.83M ($19.4M)
2. Mean Girls (2004) $6.63M ($6.6M)
3. Punisher, The (2004) $5.63M ($24.3M)
4. Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004) $5.44M ($11.6M)
5. Twisted (2004/I) $5.13M ($28.6M)
6. Ladykillers, The (2004) $5.01M ($16M)
7. Soul Plane (2004) $4.26M ($14M)
8. Jersey Girl (2004) $3.3M ($11.4M)
9. Passion of the Christ, The (2004) $3.08M ($24.6M)
10. Girl Next Door, The (2004) $2.97M ($23.4M)
11. Taking Lives (2004) $2.6M ($29.7M)
12. Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004) $2.28M ($48.2M)
13. Laws of Attraction (2004) $1.86M ($20.9M)
14. Johnson Family Vacation (2004) $1.76M ($38.7M)
15. "Angels in America" (2003) (mini) $1.68M ($3.6M)
16. Home on the Range (2004) $1.63M ($3.4M)
17. Godsend (2004) $1.6M ($25.4M)
18. Hidalgo (2004) $1.58M ($38.6M)
19. Prince & Me, The (2004) $1.36M ($25.1M)
20. 13 Going On 30 (2004) $1.23M ($52.3M)
21. Star Wars (1977) $1.11M ($1.1M)



September 28

Rank, Title, Gross for Week, Total Gross to Date

1. Walking Tall (2004) $6.11M ($6.1M)
2. Mean Girls (2004) $5.93M ($12.6M)
3. Man on Fire (2004) $5.86M ($25.3M)
4. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) $4.55M ($4.5M)
5. Alamo, The (2004) $4.47M ($4.5M)
6. Envy (2004) $4.26M ($4.3M)
7. Ladykillers, The (2004) $4.04M ($20M)
8. Punisher, The (2004) $3.98M ($28.3M)
9. Twisted (2004/I) $3.84M ($32.4M)
10. Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004) $3.82M ($15.4M)
11. Soul Plane (2004) $2.86M ($16.9M)
12. Super Size Me (2004) $2.61M ($2.6M)
13. Jersey Girl (2004) $2.33M ($13.7M)
14. Taking Lives (2004) $2.04M ($31.8M)
15. Girl Next Door, The (2004) $1.82M ($25.2M)
16. Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004) $1.6M ($49.8M)
17. "Angels in America" (2003) (mini) $1.54M ($5.2M)
18. Passion of the Christ, The (2004) $1.43M ($26.1M)
19. Johnson Family Vacation (2004) $1.37M ($40.1M)
20. Hidalgo (2004) $1.3M ($39.9M)



October 5th

Rank, Title, Gross for Week, Total Gross to Date

1. Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) $7.28M ($7.3M)
2. Walking Tall (2004) $5.5M ($11.6M)
3. Man on Fire (2004) $4.86M ($30.1M)
4. Mean Girls (2004) $4.6M ($17.2M)
5. Saved! (2004) $4.54M ($4.5M)
6. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) $4.25M $8.8M
7. Envy (2004) $3.88M ($8.1M)
8. Alamo, The (2004) $3.87M ($8.3M)
9. Ladykillers, The (2004) ($2.96M) $22.9M
10. Punisher, The (2004) $2.84M ($31.1M)
11. Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004) $2.6M $18M
12. Super Size Me (2004) $2.52M ($5.1M)
13. Twisted (2004/I) $2.28M ($34.7M)
14. Soul Plane (2004) $1.97M ($18.9M)
15. Jersey Girl (2004) $1.62M ($15.3M)
16. "Angels in America" (2003) (mini) $1.39M ($6.6M)
17. Taking Lives (2004) $1.35M ($33.1M)
18. Girl Next Door, The (2004) $1.34M ($26.6M)
19. Johnson Family Vacation (2004) $1.07M ($41.2M)
20. Laws of Attraction (2004) $1.07M ($23.3M)



October 12th

Rank, Title, Gross for Week, Total Gross to Date

1. Day After Tomorrow, The (2004) $10.7M ($10.7M)
2. Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) $6.95M ($14.2M)
3. Man on Fire (2004) $4.48M ($34.6M)
4. Walking Tall (2004) $4.35M ($16M)
5. Raising Helen (2004) $4.32M ($4.3M)
6. Saved! (2004) $4.28M ($8.8M)
7. Mean Girls (2004) $3.32M ($20.5M)
8. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) $3.3M ($12.1M)
9. Breakin' All the Rules (2004) $3.14M ($3.1M)
10. Alamo, The (2004) $3.12M ($11.5M)
11. Envy (2004) $3.02M ($11.2M)
12. Punisher, The (2004) $2.58M ($33.7M)
13. Ladykillers, The (2004) $2.47M ($25.4M)
14. Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004) $2.2M ($20.2M)
15. Super Size Me (2004) $2.13M ($7.3M)
16. Twisted (2004/I) $1.56M ($36.2M)
17. Soul Plane (2004) $1.43M ($20.3M)
18. Jersey Girl (2004) $1.34M ($16.6M)
19. "Angels in America" (2003) (mini) $1.25M ($7.8M)
20. Mother, The (2003/I) $850K ($800K)


October 19th

Rank, Title, Gross for Week, Total Gross to Date

1. Day After Tomorrow, The (2004) $9.12M ($19.8M)
2. Van Helsing (2004) $9.1M ($9.1M)
3. Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) $6.5M ($20.7M)
4. Garfield (2004) $6.34M ($6.3M)
5. Cinderella Story, A (2004) $5.04M ($5M)

6. Raising Helen (2004) $4.07M ($8.4M)
7. Man on Fire (2004) $3.58M ($38.2M)
8. Walking Tall (2004) $3.51M ($19.5M)
9. Saved! (2004) $3.28M ($12.1M)
10. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) $2.63M ($14.7M)
11. Mean Girls (2004) $2.58M ($23.1M)
12. Alamo, The (2004) $2.51M ($14M)
13. Envy (2004) $2.49M ($13.7M)
14. Breakin' All the Rules (2004) $2.4M ($5.5M)
15. Super Size Me (2004) $1.88M ($9.1M)
16. Punisher, The (2004) $1.68M ($35.4M)
17. Ladykillers, The (2004) $1.63M ($27.1M)
18. Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004) $1.54M ($21.8M)
19. Twisted (2004/I) $1.15M ($37.4M)
20. "Angels in America" (2003) (mini) $1.06M ($8.9M)



October 26th

Rank, Title, Gross for Week, Total Gross to Date

1. White Chicks (2004) $10.6M ($10.6M)
2. Van Helsing (2004) $8.43M ($17.5M)
3. Day After Tomorrow, The (2004) $7.5M ($27.3M)
4. Garfield (2004) $5.52M ($11.9M)
5. Dawn of the Dead (2004) $5.02M ($5M)
6. Cinderella Story, A (2004) $4.33M ($9.4M)
7. Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) $4.3M ($25M)
8. Man on Fire (2004) $3.17M ($41.4M)
9. Raising Helen (2004) $3.13M ($11.5M)
10. Walking Tall (2004) $2.48M ($22M)
11. Saved! (2004) $2.39M ($14.5M)
12. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) $2.26M ($17M)
13. Envy (2004) $1.97M ($15.6M)
14. Breakin' All the Rules (2004) $1.93M ($7.5M)
15. Frankenfish (2004) $1.76M ($1.8M)
16. Alamo, The (2004) $1.73M ($15.7M)
17. Mean Girls (2004) $1.7M ($24.8M)
18. Super Size Me (2004) $1.59M ($10.7M)
19. Punisher, The (2004) $1.04M ($36.4M)
20. "Angels in America" (2003) (mini) $1.03M ($9.9M)


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Twisted surprises me quite a bit! :shock:

Same for The Punisher :D

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October 12th

Rank, Title, Gross for Week, Total Gross to Date

1. Day After Tomorrow, The (2004) $10.7M ($10.7M)
2. Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) $6.95M ($14.2M)
3. Man on Fire (2004) $4.48M ($34.6M)
4. Walking Tall (2004) $4.35M ($16M)
5. Raising Helen (2004) $4.32M ($4.3M)
6. Saved! (2004) $4.28M ($8.8M)
7. Mean Girls (2004) $3.32M ($20.5M)
8. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) $3.3M ($12.1M)
9. Breakin' All the Rules (2004) $3.14M ($3.1M)
10. Alamo, The (2004) $3.12M ($11.5M)
11. Envy (2004) $3.02M ($11.2M)
12. Punisher, The (2004) $2.58M ($33.7M)
13. Ladykillers, The (2004) $2.47M ($25.4M)
14. Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004) $2.2M ($20.2M)
15. Super Size Me (2004) $2.13M ($7.3M)
16. Twisted (2004/I) $1.56M ($36.2M)
17. Soul Plane (2004) $1.43M ($20.3M)
18. Jersey Girl (2004) $1.34M ($16.6M)
19. "Angels in America" (2003) (mini) $1.25M ($7.8M)
20. Mother, The (2003/I) $850K ($800K)

Pretty good for The Day After Tomorrow. Poor for the other openers.


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October 19th

Rank, Title, Gross for Week, Total Gross to Date

1. Day After Tomorrow, The (2004) $9.12M ($19.8M)
2. Van Helsing (2004) $9.1M ($9.1M)
3. Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) $6.5M ($20.7M)
4. Garfield (2004) $6.34M ($6.3M)
5. Cinderella Story, A (2004) $5.04M ($5M)

6. Raising Helen (2004) $4.07M ($8.4M)
7. Man on Fire (2004) $3.58M ($38.2M)
8. Walking Tall (2004) $3.51M ($19.5M)
9. Saved! (2004) $3.28M ($12.1M)
10. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) $2.63M ($14.7M)
11. Mean Girls (2004) $2.58M ($23.1M)
12. Alamo, The (2004) $2.51M ($14M)
13. Envy (2004) $2.49M ($13.7M)
14. Breakin' All the Rules (2004) $2.4M ($5.5M)
15. Super Size Me (2004) $1.88M ($9.1M)
16. Punisher, The (2004) $1.68M ($35.4M)
17. Ladykillers, The (2004) $1.63M ($27.1M)
18. Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004) $1.54M ($21.8M)
19. Twisted (2004/I) $1.15M ($37.4M)
20. "Angels in America" (2003) (mini) $1.06M ($8.9M)


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I'm glad The Punisher is that big on DVD. I think we can look forward to the sequel now.

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The Day After Tomorrow is doing very good on rentals for the first week. Hopefully, it can make over $45 million total in rentals.

Mean Girls is dissapointing. I thought it would do much better than that. Man on Fire is doing very well, and should do about $45 million total in rentals. Van Helsing should do about the same or around $40 million.

Dawn of the Dead should do very nice numbers. Horror/thriller movies usually do well on rentals, like The Butterfly Effect and Secret Window.


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Anyone think Fahrenheit 9/11's rental gross will increase as we get closer to election day?

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Anyone know what the best selling DVD/VHS films in 2004 so far are?


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neo_wolf wrote:
Anyone know what the best selling DVD/VHS films in 2004 so far are?


Best selling? No clue. Probably Passion of the Christ or soon to be Shrek 2.

Best renting? Secret Window, Master & Commander, Kill Bill Vol. 2

There are more, but I need to check.


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Zingaling wrote:
The Day After Tomorrow is doing very good on rentals for the first week. Hopefully, it can make over $45 million total in rentals.

Mean Girls is dissapointing. I thought it would do much better than that. Man on Fire is doing very well, and should do about $45 million total in rentals. Van Helsing should do about the same or around $40 million.

Dawn of the Dead should do very nice numbers. Horror/thriller movies usually do well on rentals, like The Butterfly Effect and Secret Window.


It's possible a lot of people bought Mean Girls (like I did).


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Libs wrote:
Zingaling wrote:
The Day After Tomorrow is doing very good on rentals for the first week. Hopefully, it can make over $45 million total in rentals.

Mean Girls is dissapointing. I thought it would do much better than that. Man on Fire is doing very well, and should do about $45 million total in rentals. Van Helsing should do about the same or around $40 million.

Dawn of the Dead should do very nice numbers. Horror/thriller movies usually do well on rentals, like The Butterfly Effect and Secret Window.


It's possible a lot of people bought Mean Girls (like I did).


I bought it too. It's one of those movies I can rewatch A LOT.


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October 26th

Rank, Title, Gross for Week, Total Gross to Date

1. White Chicks (2004) $10.6M ($10.6M)
2. Van Helsing (2004) $8.43M ($17.5M)
3. Day After Tomorrow, The (2004) $7.5M ($27.3M)
4. Garfield (2004) $5.52M ($11.9M)
5. Dawn of the Dead (2004) $5.02M ($5M)
6. Cinderella Story, A (2004) $4.33M ($9.4M)
7. Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) $4.3M ($25M)
8. Man on Fire (2004) $3.17M ($41.4M)
9. Raising Helen (2004) $3.13M ($11.5M)
10. Walking Tall (2004) $2.48M ($22M)
11. Saved! (2004) $2.39M ($14.5M)
12. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) $2.26M ($17M)
13. Envy (2004) $1.97M ($15.6M)
14. Breakin' All the Rules (2004) $1.93M ($7.5M)
15. Frankenfish (2004) $1.76M ($1.8M)
16. Alamo, The (2004) $1.73M ($15.7M)
17. Mean Girls (2004) $1.7M ($24.8M)
18. Super Size Me (2004) $1.59M ($10.7M)
19. Punisher, The (2004) $1.04M ($36.4M)
20. "Angels in America" (2003) (mini) $1.03M ($9.9M)

Wow. Not only did Dawn of the Dead do very dissapointing, but White Chicks does awesome. :shock:


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Zingaling wrote:
October 26th

Rank, Title, Gross for Week, Total Gross to Date

1. White Chicks (2004) $10.6M ($10.6M)
2. Van Helsing (2004) $8.43M ($17.5M)
3. Day After Tomorrow, The (2004) $7.5M ($27.3M)
4. Garfield (2004) $5.52M ($11.9M)
5. Dawn of the Dead (2004) $5.02M ($5M)
6. Cinderella Story, A (2004) $4.33M ($9.4M)
7. Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) $4.3M ($25M)
8. Man on Fire (2004) $3.17M ($41.4M)
9. Raising Helen (2004) $3.13M ($11.5M)
10. Walking Tall (2004) $2.48M ($22M)
11. Saved! (2004) $2.39M ($14.5M)
12. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) $2.26M ($17M)
13. Envy (2004) $1.97M ($15.6M)
14. Breakin' All the Rules (2004) $1.93M ($7.5M)
15. Frankenfish (2004) $1.76M ($1.8M)
16. Alamo, The (2004) $1.73M ($15.7M)
17. Mean Girls (2004) $1.7M ($24.8M)
18. Super Size Me (2004) $1.59M ($10.7M)
19. Punisher, The (2004) $1.04M ($36.4M)
20. "Angels in America" (2003) (mini) $1.03M ($9.9M)

Wow. Not only did Dawn of the Dead do very dissapointing, but White Chicks does awesome. :shock:


I guess people were in the mood for somewhat frightening, so they picked up White Chicks.


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Zingaling wrote:
October 26th

Rank, Title, Gross for Week, Total Gross to Date

1. White Chicks (2004) $10.6M ($10.6M)
2. Van Helsing (2004) $8.43M ($17.5M)
3. Day After Tomorrow, The (2004) $7.5M ($27.3M)
4. Garfield (2004) $5.52M ($11.9M)
5. Dawn of the Dead (2004) $5.02M ($5M)
6. Cinderella Story, A (2004) $4.33M ($9.4M)
7. Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004) $4.3M ($25M)
8. Man on Fire (2004) $3.17M ($41.4M)
9. Raising Helen (2004) $3.13M ($11.5M)
10. Walking Tall (2004) $2.48M ($22M)
11. Saved! (2004) $2.39M ($14.5M)
12. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) $2.26M ($17M)
13. Envy (2004) $1.97M ($15.6M)
14. Breakin' All the Rules (2004) $1.93M ($7.5M)
15. Frankenfish (2004) $1.76M ($1.8M)
16. Alamo, The (2004) $1.73M ($15.7M)
17. Mean Girls (2004) $1.7M ($24.8M)
18. Super Size Me (2004) $1.59M ($10.7M)
19. Punisher, The (2004) $1.04M ($36.4M)
20. "Angels in America" (2003) (mini) $1.03M ($9.9M)

Wow. Not only did Dawn of the Dead do very dissapointing, but White Chicks does awesome. :shock:


:shock: @ White Chicks

I hope it doesn't mean we'll have White Chicks 2 coming out next summer :(

Man of Fire is doing incredibly well in rentals, it will probably cross $50 million.

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Sorry guys, I've been busy.

Here are the full numbers for the week of November 23rd.

http://www.imdb.com/boxoffice/rentals?date=2004-11-28

Terminal, The (2004) - $12M
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) - $10.2M
Sleepover (2004) - $2.87M

Awesome for The Terminal. Good for Harry Potter, too.


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Spider-Man 2 (2004) - $14.5M
Hero (2002) - $4.99M

http://www.imdb.com/boxoffice/rentals?date=2004-12-05

That's awesome for Spidey! Bad for Hero, though I'm not surprised, since my Blockbuster only carried about two rows for Hero instead of the usual 5-6 for non-blockbuster movies. Hell, even Sleepover got 6 rows at my Blockbuster. :?


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A rather stupid question, exactly how much of the rental revenue does the studio receive?

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http://www.comingsoon.net/news/dvdnews.php?id=7528

Spider-Man 2 Rules the Charts
Source: The Hollywood Reporter December 9, 2004


Sony Pictures Home Entertainment's Spider-Man 2 led home video sales last week, capturing the No. 1 slot on both Nielsen VideoScan's First Alert DVD and VHS sales weekly charts, says The Hollywood Reporter. The sequel has sold through more than 8 million combined DVD and VHS units during its first week on retail shelves


Not as big as i expected.TPOTC still has the record of best selling live action film in a week.


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RogueCommander wrote:
A rather stupid question, exactly how much of the rental revenue does the studio receive?


I believe that Blockbuster and the like buy the DVDs. For VHS the system was for the studio to get a portion of the rental revenue. I read that was about 25% compared to 55% from theaters and 70% from sales of DVD/VHS. I'm sure that rentals are still relatively unimportant to the studios. They would much rather have people buy it then rent it.


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Thanks.

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The Bourne Supremacy (2004) - $15.1M
Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004) - $14.5M
Species 3 (2004) - $2.87M

http://www.imdb.com/boxoffice/rentals?d ... &region=us

The Bourne Supremacy explodes onto DVD last week. That's one of the best opening weeks in rentals this year. To compare, The Bourne Identity scored an outstanding $22.1M when it came out, but rentals were much bigger last year than they were this year. Even Dodgeball did excellent. I expected that because comedies tend to do good in rentals (ex. White Chicks). Both will make over $50 million in rentals. Spider-Man 2 also had a nice drop, and is on it's way to more than $50 million in rentals as well. The first Spider-Man opened to $15.6M and increased to $16.1M, but like I said, bigger time for rentals before this year.


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I, Robot (2004) - $13.5M
Collateral (2004) - $13.3M
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement (2004) - $5.1M

http://www.imdb.com/boxoffice/rentals?date=2004-12-19

Some big numbers we've been seeing lately. The holdovers from the previous weeks are holding up very well. The Bourne Supremacy, Dodgeball, and Spidey all seem to be heading towards $60+ million in rentals.


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Dodgeball held up very well.


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On home video, "Shrek 2" has sold more than 30 million units in just over four weeks and the company believes it has the potential to surpass Disney's "The Lion King" as the biggest selling video title of all time.

http://www.dailynews.com/Stories/0,1413 ... 52,00.html

In the first 3 days, out of the 12.1 mil. units sold, 11 mil. were dvds. That means it has sold more than 22 mil. DVDs (more like 26-27 mil. DVDs)

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