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NEW THIS WEEK | 04-29-2019

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BLU-RAY AND DVD

The Cockyard Miracle (1946) (Warner Bros.)

Drag Across Concrete (Lionsgate)

Melody Cruise (1933) (Warner Bros.)

Miss Bala (Sony)

Mission of Honor (Cinedigm)

Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyasaki (Cinedigm)

New Moon (1931) (Warner Bros.)

Summer Stock (1950) (Warner Bros.)

Wedding March 3: Here Comes The Bride (Cinedigm)

Happy Death Day 2u
DIGITAL

Apollo 11 (Universal)

Dragged Across Concrete (Lionsgate)

Fighting With My Family (Universal)

The Great Silence (Cinedigm)

Happy Death Day 2U (Universal)

I Miss Oromia (Cinedigm)

In Between (Cinedigm)

Isn’t It Romantic (Warner Bros.)

Leaving Neverland (HBO)

Lover of My Life (Cinedigm)

Outside the Bubble: A Road Trip with Alexandra Pelosi (HBO)

Strike Back Season 6 (HBO)

Wedding March 3: Here Comes The Bride (Cinedigm)

Woven (Cinedigm)

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ON DEMAND

Miss Bala (Sony)

Don’t Miss

The Word

Member Spotlight

Research

Read the new Q,
DEG’s member magazine

“In thinking about what makes the service so special – and what others may be missing – the depth of the content library, offered commercial free, appears to provide something for everyone on Netflix and confirms that viewership is spread over a long tail of content.

 

Analyst Michael Nathanson, of MoffettNathanson, on what viewers like most about Netflix. [MoffettNathanson]

With Disney’s acquisition of Fox, hardly anything has been said about the legacy of Fox’s home video division. “It was the first,” recalls Bill Mechanic, the veteran film producer — and chairman and CEO of Pandemonium Films — who later ran 20th Century Fox studios. [Media Play News]

Bumblebee is the Top DVD Sellers Chart title

Bumblebee (2018), from Paramount, is at No. 1 on the Top Blu-ray & DVD Sellers chart for the week ended April 13, 2019.  [NPD VideoScan]

Don’t Miss

Read the new Q,
DEG’s member magazine

The Word

“IN THINKING ABOUT WHAT MAKES THE SERVICE SO SPECIAL – AND WHAT OTHERS MAY BE MISSING – THE DEPTH OF THE CONTENT LIBRARY, OFFERED COMMERCIAL FREE, APPEARS TO PROVIDE SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE ON NETFLIX AND CONFIRMS THAT VIEWERSHIP IS SPREAD OVER A LONG TAIL OF CONTENT.

 

Analyst Michael Nathanson, of MoffettNathanson, on what viewers like most about Netflix. [MoffettNathanson]

Member Spotlight

With Disney’s acquisition of Fox, hardly anything has been said about the legacy of Fox’s home video division. “It was the first,” recalls Bill Mechanic, the veteran film producer — and chairman and CEO of Pandemonium Films — who later ran 20th Century Fox studios. [Media Play News]

 

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Research

Bumblebee is the Top DVD Sellers Chart title

Bumblebee (2018), from Paramount, is at  No. 1 on the Top Blu-ray & DVD Sellers chart for the week ended April 13. [NPD VideoScan]