The Movie Paw Patrol(Photo courtesy Spin Master
November 10, 2021
Paramount Home Entertainment’s The Movie Paw Patrol remained atop the Official Film Chart, the U.K.’s weekly home entertainment retail tracker through Nov. 10.
The live-action animation movie sold 20,000 more combined digital/disc units than its closest competitor, Warner Bros.’ Suicide SquadIt moved up one spot to No. 2.
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment’s F9: The Fast SagaIt climbed to the No. 3, while Disney’s Black WidowSix spots are up to No. 4, and the studio’s Jungle CruiseNo. 5.
The week’s biggest mover was Lionsgate’s The Courier It climbed to the No. 6. Based on a true story Benedict Cumberbatch plays a humble file operator, who is recruited to the Cold War by British and U.S secret service in order to be their liaison with a Soviet officer. This will help them end the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Warner Bros.’ Space Jam: A New Legacy (No. 7) and Universal’s The Croods: New Age (No. 8) both fell this week, landing just ahead of new entry, Paramount’s G.I. Snake Eyes Joe Origins (No. (No. 9), was only released digitally. It is a spinoff from the G.I. Joe focused on Snake Eyes played by Henry Golding.
Finally, 20th Century Studios’ No cost to the GuyAt No. 10.
The Official Film Chart Top 10 – Nov. 10, 2021
|1||1||PAW PATROL – THE MOVIE||PARAMOUNT|
|2||3||THE SUICIDE SQUAD||WARNER|
|3||4||FAST AND FURIOUS 9||UNIVERSAL PHOTOS|
|7||2||SPACE JAM – A NEW LEGACY||WARNER|
|8||6||THE CROODS – A NEW AGE||UNIVERSAL|
|9||NEW||SNAKE EYES – GI JOE ORIGINS||PARAMOUNT|
|10||8||FREE GUY||20TH CENTURY|
© Official Charts Company 2021