Disney’s FROZEN 2 Stays At Number 1 + Charts At Number 2 On Official Best Sellers List Announces The Official Film Chart | The Fan Carpet

Disney’s FROZEN 2 Stays At Number 1 + Charts At Number 2 On Official Best Sellers List Announces The Official Film Chart


01 April 2020

Disney's Frozen 2 claims a second huge week at Number 1, and lands itself a place on the all-time league table, as families continue to enjoy films from the comfort of their homes.

Scooping 110,000 downloads in its second week, Frozen 2’s total count on digital reaches 328,900. This lands the sequel at Number 2 on the Official bestsellers list, based on the first two chart week sales. It’s 88,000 sales behind the Number 1, Avengers: Endgame, but surpasses big hitters like Bohemian RhapsodyThe Greatest Showman and Joker.

 

 

The Official fastest-selling digital download films of all-time:

Pos

Title

1

AVENGERS: ENDGAME

2

FROZEN 2

3

AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR

4

BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY

5

THE GREATEST SHOWMAN

6

JOKER

7

JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM

8

DEADPOOL 2

9

FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM

10

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY: VOL 2

 © Official Charts Company 2020. Chart shows the fastest-selling digital download films based on their first two chart week sales since records began in 2017.

Meanwhile, racing drama Le Mans ’66 hold on to Number 2, while murder mystery Knives Out reaches a new peak at Number 3.

The week’s two biggest new entries are next, with Vin Diesel sci-fi adventure Bloodshot (4) and the star-studded 2019 Charlie’s Angels reboot (5) both claiming a Top 5 debut.

Joker climbs two to Number 6, and Midway drops two places to 7; Terminator: Dark Fate is at Number 8, just ahead of Downton Abbey which tumbles four to Number 9.

Finally, 21 Bridges climbs 5 to make its Top 10 debut at Number 10. Chadwick Boseman stars as an NYPD detective who uncovers a massive conspiracy, thrusting him into a city-wide manhunt for a pair of cop killers.

This week’s Official Film Chart features a preview of the family adventure Jumanji: The Next Level, available to Download & Keep from April 4.

 

 

Hang in there during lockdown and enjoy a movie night in with flatmates, family or online with friends. FindAnyFilm.com makes it easier than ever to find your favourite films, with a huge selection spanning everything from all-time classics to newly discovered gems to family favourites.

VIEW THE OFFICIAL FILM CHART ONLINE SHOW

 

 

60-SECOND TOP 10 RUNDOWN

 

 

The Official Film Chart Top 10 – 1st April 2020

LW

Pos

Title

Label

1

1

FROZEN 2

WALT DISNEY

2

2

LE MANS '66

20TH CENTURY FOX HE

6

3

KNIVES OUT

LIONSGATE

NEW

4

BLOODSHOT

SONY PICTURES HE

NEW

5

CHARLIE'S ANGELS (2019)

SONY PICTURES HE

8

6

JOKER

WARNER HOME VIDEO

5

7

MIDWAY

LIONSGATE

7

8

TERMINATOR - DARK FATE

20TH CENTURY FOX HE

4

9

DOWNTON ABBEY - THE MOVIE

UNIVERSAL PICTURES

15

10

21 BRIDGES

STX ENTERTAINMENT

© Official Charts Company 2020

Frozen 2 Activity Sheets:

Anna & Elsa Colouring Sheet

Sven & Kristoff Colouring Sheet

Olaf Colouring Sheet

Mattias Colouring Sheet

Nokk Colouring Sheet

Bruni Colouring Sheet

Frozen 2 Spot The Difference

Frozen 2 Forest Maze

Frozen 2 Memory Card Game

VIEW THE FULL TOP 40

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