Tim Burton’s Fish is Big on DVD

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Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment’s Big Fish was the nation’s best-selling DVD in its debut week on store shelves with nearly 2 million units sold to consumers and rental stores during its first five days in release. Tim Burton’s film was also the best-renting title for the week ending May 2, generating an estimated $13.5 million in gross rental revenue during the frame.

Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World sold almost 500,000 copies last week, taking the two-week sales total to nearly 4 million units. It was the second-best-renting video last week, generating an estimated $13.32 million in gross rental revenue for a 12-day total of about $29.3 million.

Fox’s Stuck on You was the nation’s No. 3 video rental, generating an estimated $13.27 million in gross rental revenue during its first week in release. The comedy also was the seventh-best-selling DVD, selling nearly 1.5 million DVDs to consumers and rental stores during its first week in release.

Miramax Home Entertainment’s Kill Bill Vol. 1 was the No. 4 video rental for the week ending May 2, generating an estimated $9.6 million for a 19-day total of $34.5 million.

Universal Studios Home Video’s Love Actually debuted as the nation’s second-best-selling DVD and the No. 4 VHS for the week ending May 2. The romantic comedy generated an estimated $9.41 million in gross rental revenue for the same frame.

USHV’s Peter Pan sold through more than 1 million combined VHS and DVD units during its first 24 hours in release Tuesday.

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