” (Disney/$19.99) continued to dominate VOD charts over the weekend. Shawn Levy
’s action comedy with Ryan Reynolds
repeated as #1 for a second week at iTunes and Google Play (ranked by transactions) and Vudu (which calculates by revenue). Meantime, the highest grossing non-franchise domestic release in theaters since “1917
” almost two years ago held the #6 position in theaters this weekend, despite its home availability and losing 1,050 theaters. Once again, both hands are washing each other to mutual benefit.
A mere 14 titles charted across all three charts, which, continuing a recent trend, saw a broad consistency irrespective of the method of calculating results. Only three new films broke into any of the top 10 listings, but two placed second on one chart each. Their routes were very different, though.M. Night Shyamalan
” has been the only Universal
release in over a year to not have a Premium VOD release three weeks after hitting theaters.