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Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire Tops Blu-ray and DVD Sales Charts Ahead of Netflix Release

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire Tops Blu-ray and DVD Sales Charts Ahead of Netflix Release

In response to earlier reports that Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire The film, which topped both Amazon’s Blu-ray and DVD sales charts, received an update today confirming the success of its physical home release, debuting at number one on Circan’s VideoScan chart, which tracks combined DVD and Blu-ray sales, for the week ending June 29.

HD formats accounted for 67% Ghostbusters‘ total units sold, of which 43% were Blu-ray and 24% were 4K Ultra HD, also earning the film the number one spot on the Blu-ray charts.

(From left to right) Trevor (Finn Wolfhard), Lucky (Celeste O’Connor), Gary (Paul Rudd), Nadeem (Kamail Nanjiani), Podcast (Logan Kim) and Callie (Carrie Coon) at Columbia Pictures | GHOSTBUSTERS: FROZEN EMPIRE.

Additionally, the double package includes both Ghostbusters: Afterlife AND Frozen Empire tracked, taking 5th place in the Blu-ray rankings and 13th place in the 4K Ultra HD rankings, which increased the number of consumers purchasing the latest installment by an additional 8.7%.

This update sees Ghostbusters surpass Warner Bros. Godzilla x Kong: New Empire, which had been at the top of the Blu-ray and DVD charts for the past two weeks since its release. The blockbuster battle dropped to #2 in overall disc sales and #3 on the Blu-ray and 4K charts.

After the recent price drop after a year Ghostbusters Day celebration, Frozen Empire also saw a surge in digital popularity, regaining the top spot in DEG’s digital sales and rentals rankings for the week ending June 22.

Paul Rudd, Carrie Coon, Mckenna Grace and Finn Wolfhard on the set of Columbia Pictures | GHOSTBUSTERS: FROZEN EMPIRE.

With box office revenues of almost $202 million on a production budget of $100 million, the film’s success Frozen EmpireThe film’s home release on both physical and digital media is undoubtedly positive for Sony Pictures, especially ahead of its premiere on Netflix later this month. You can find more information on the film’s arrival on the subscription-based streaming service here: click here.

Source: Media Play News