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The Muppets' Debuts at No. 1 on DVD Sales Chart
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"The Muppets"

"The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" and "Hop" are among the week's new releases.

Walt Disney Studios topped the national home video sales charts the week ending March 25 with The Muppets, a family film that grossed $88.6 million in theaters and generated a surprising 52 percent of its first-week sales from Blu-ray Disc.

The Muppets debuted at No. 1 on both the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert sales chart, which tracks overall disc sales, and Nielsen’s dedicated Blu-ray Disc chart. The film also debuted at No. 4 on Home Media Magazine’s weekly video rental chart, behind Sony Pictures’ The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo at No. 1, Universal Studios’ Tower Heist, fresh off its 28-day rental moratorium, at No. 2, and the Sony Pictures comedy Jack and Jill at No. 3.

The acclaimed Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, which took in $102.5 million in U.S. theaters, debuted at No. 2 on both sales charts, moving 78 percent as many units as The Muppets, Nielsen data shows.

Bowing at No. 3, also on both sales charts, was the Universal Studios’ Hop, an Easter Bunny film that grossed $108.1 million at the box office.

Girl With the Dragon Tattoo generated 55 percent of its first-week sales from Blu-ray Disc, while for Hop the tally was 36 percent.

Warner’s Happy Feet Two, the No. 1 seller the previous week, dropped to No. 6 on First Alert, behind Paramount’s The Adventures at Tintin at No. 4 (down from No. 2) and 20th Century Fox’s newly released comedy The Sitter ($30.4 million box office) at No. 5.



 Bananaking was right, I was wrong. Like he always is. About the 3DS not selling at least 19.999 million in 2013...

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Weekly Domestic Blu-ray Sales Chart for Week Ending July 22, 2012
RankPrev. RankTitleUnits this Week% ChangeTotal unitsSales this WeekTotal SalesWeeks in Release
1 4 Batman Begins 313,476 +184.60% - $3,109,682 - 353
2 5 The Dark Knight 279,715 +155.73% - $5,991,487 - 189
3 (-) The Three Stooges 195,202   195,202 $4,487,683 $4,487,683 1
4 (-) Lockout 129,403   129,403 $2,586,764 $2,586,764 1
5 (-) Get the Gringo 125,955   125,955 $2,265,924 $2,265,924 1
6 1 American Reunion 122,914 -67.96% 506,572 $2,457,050 $10,126,373 2
7 (-) Mission Impossible - Ghost Protocol 97,272   2,256,234 $1,553,427 $47,974,684 14
8 3 Wrath of the Titans 66,206 -41.18% 1,030,459 $1,493,610 $23,591,208 4
9 2 Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows 64,137 -45.85% 2,430,271 $1,561,099 $55,309,003 6
10 9 Rio 52,225 +30.01% 1,539,839 $1,461,781 $33,314,038 51
North American Domestic DVD Sales Chart for Week Ending Jul 22, 2012
RankPrev. RankTitleUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSales this WeekTotal SalesWeeks in Release
1 (-) The Three Stooges 378,056 -.-% 378,056 $7,545,998 $7,545,998 1
2 (1) American Reunion 142,452 -67.9% 585,998 $2,843,342 $9,935,642 2
3 (-) Get the Gringo 116,744 -.-% 116,744 $1,749,993 $1,749,993 1
4 (-) Lockout 115,345 -.-% 115,345 $1,959,712 $1,959,712 1
5 (2) 21 Jump Street 97,765 -52.4% 1,359,898 $1,755,859 $23,713,439 4
6 (-) Casa de Mi Padre 85,970 -.-% 85,970 $1,030,780 $1,030,780 1
7 (3) Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows 83,588 -42.4% 2,366,517 $1,250,476 $34,269,166 6
8 (5) Wrath of the Titans 74,666 -44.0% 967,522 $1,117,003 $14,474,129 4
9 (20) Batman Begins 73,872 88.2% - $487,895 - 353
10 (-) Eureke Season 5 72,700 -.-% 72,700 $1,516,522 $1,516,522 1
11 (-) Friends with Kids 66,311 -.-% 66,311 $1,031,136 $1,031,136 1
12 (4) Mirror Mirror 62,568 -54.8% 1,008,572 $1,186,289 $17,187,194 4
13 (23) The Dark Knight 53,191 54.9% 17,023,975 $317,444 $258,689,618 189
14 (13) Safe House 42,683 -22.5% 1,166,271 $682,501 $20,303,559 7
15 (14) Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs 41,889 -19.6% 5,586,234 $945,292 $91,987,473 143
16 (9) Project X 38,675 -47.0% 742,715 $609,905 $11,125,502 5
17 (12) Act of Valor 37,503 -35.9% 1,178,821 $747,060 $20,695,792 7
18 (-) Ice Age 35,084 -.-% - $589,008 - 504
19 (-) Ice Age: The Meltdown 34,656 -.-% 8,124,923 $285,808 $132,412,899 296
20 (6) Adventure Time: Season One 28,143 -71.1% 125,368 $513,610 $2,259,771 2
21 (18) Rio 27,239 -35.0% 3,617,547 $270,211 $51,395,774 51
22 (7) Journey 2 Mysterious Island 26,144 -65.8% 1,171,465 $394,252 $17,773,184 7
23 (21) Breaking Bad: The Complete Fourth Season 23,200 -37.1% 489,728 $648,904 $10,717,414 7
24 (19) John Carter 23,107 -44.3% 1,007,486 $414,309 $17,535,611 7
25 (8) Warehouse 13: Season Three 21,663 -71.6% 97,864 $866,303 $2,770,566 2
26 (16) Big Miracle 20,994 -54.7% 397,552 $419,040 $7,187,588 5
27 (-) Men in Black 20,642 -.-% - $224,461 - 770
28 (22) Sherlock Holmes 19,961 -44.6% 3,063,115 $177,054 $47,057,792 121
29 (26) Tyler Perry's Good Deeds 19,852 -31.1% 507,864 $328,352 $8,536,068 6
30 (17) A Thousand Words 18,430 -59.6% 205,760 $280,320 $2,952,112 4


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