The Official Film Chart Announces Disney's FROZEN 2 Has Surpassed Half A Million Sales Following Its Home Entertainment Release | The Fan Carpet

The Official Film Chart Announces Disney’s FROZEN 2 Has Surpassed Half A Million Sales Following Its Home Entertainment Release


08 April 2020

As home entertainment is more integral than ever, this week in the Official Film Chart, Frozen 2 holds onto the Number 1 spot for a third week, and surpasses half a million copies sold in three weeks.

The week’s highest new entry is Jumanji: The Next Level, debuting at Number 2 on digital downloads only.

This week’s online show features a behind the scenes look at Blue Story, available to Download & Keep from April 13.

Frozen 2 breaks half a million sales as it is released on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD for the first time.

Clocking up 201,000 sales this week - 78% of which were on disc - the much-loved sequel sells 530,300 copies in just three weeks.

 

 

The week’s highest new entry is Jumanji: The Next Level, debuting at Number 2 on digital downloads only. The gang returns to rescue one of their own, braving new, unknown territories they’ve never been in order to escape the world’s most dangerous game.

Knives Out (3) and Bloodshot (4) hold onto their positions for a second week as Le Mans ‘66 drops three places to Number 5; Downton Abbey: The Movie rebounds three places to Number 6; Rocketman returns to the Top 10 at Number 7, and Joaquin Phoenix’s Oscar-winning Joker lands at Number 8.

Nothing can stop Anna and Elsa as they make another Chart appearance as the double pack of Frozen and Frozen 2 makes its debut at Number 9, and finally, musical family adventure Trolls enters the Top 10 just as its sequel, Trolls: World Tour becomes one of the first films to be available on digital stores early while cinemas are temporarily closed.

 

 

This week’s Official Film Chart features a behind the scenes look at Blue Story, with the film’s director and writer Rapman. Blue Story is available to Download & Keep via all digital stores from April 13.

If you’re planning a home movie night this week, make sure to check out findanyfilm.com for a comprehensive choice of classics, family-friendly watches and brand new favourites.

VIEW THE OFFICIAL FILM CHART ONLINE SHOW

 

 

60-SECOND TOP 10 RUNDOWN

 

 

The Official Film Chart Top 10 – 8th April 2020

LW

Pos

Title

Label

1

1

FROZEN 2

WALT DISNEY

NEW

2

JUMANJI: THE NEXT LEVEL

SONY PICTURES HE

3

3

KNIVES OUT

LIONSGATE

4

4

BLOODSHOT

SONY PICTURES HE

2

5

LE MANS '66

20TH CENTURY FOX HE

9

6

DOWNTON ABBEY: THE MOVIE

UNIVERSAL PICTURES

11

7

ROCKETMAN

PARAMOUNT

6

8

JOKER

WARNER HOME VIDEO

NEW

9

FROZEN/FROZEN 2

WALT DISNEY

32

10

TROLLS

DREAMWORKS ANIMATION

© Official Charts Company 2020

VIEW THE FULL TOP 40

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

 

 

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The British Association for Screen Entertainment (BASE), previously known as the British Video Association (BVA), has a proud heritage representing the interests of publishers and rights-owners of pre-recorded filmed entertainment for the past 35 years.  In a world of evolving technology and fluid consumer behaviour, the primary objective of the British Association for Screen Entertainment is to champion the growth of screen entertainment across disc and digital, while maintaining a business environment with the fewest regulatory burdens. Our members already represent the vast majority this £2.69 billion video market alongside Affiliate and Associate members from a host of critical industry stakeholders. We welcome new members from across the audio-visual ecosystem, from smaller independents to established players, through to service providers, broadcast platforms and more, offering flexibility through tiered levels of membership to suit different needs.

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ERA is the trade association representing the vast majority of UK retailers and digital services offering music, video and games. Its members range from independent record shops (Reflex, Sister Ray) to digital services (Spotify, Google, Sky, Deezer, 7digital) to internet retailers (Amazon) to specialist High Street operators (HMV, Game) and supermarkets (Tesco, Sainsburys, Asda, Morrisons).  ERA members supply the sales data which powers the Official Charts Company (music and video charts) and GfK Chart-Track (videogames). Together with record companies trade association the BPI, it owns the Official Charts Company.  ERA provides the organisational force behind Record Store Day, the annual celebration of independent record stores which has become the most successful new music industry promotion of the past two decades.  ERA works closely with its sister organisations in music, video and games and is a strong proponent of open markets, open standards and consumer choice.

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