Come on then. Who put money on A New Hope sitting at the top of the DVD and Blu-ray chart this week? I certainly didn’t, but here we are!

Stars Wars IV flies in to knock pretty much every film down a rank in this week’s chart, except for Bad Boys for Life, which looks like its refusing to let go of its place in 9th just yet. Harley and the Birds of Prey just clinch 10th place this week as it spends its 7th week in the chart – and with no big new releases out this week, it could still be in the Top 10 this time next week. DC’s other entry in the top chart, Todd Phillips’ Joker, has been laughing it up on the chart for 25 weeks now.

Marjane Satrapi’s Radioactive was a new released on DVD this week but failed to crack the Top 10 as it entered the chart at number 13, just behind Little Women and Military Wives. Another new release this week was Matt Eskandari’s Survive the Night, which stars Bruce Willis, Chad Michael Murray, and Shea Buckner, and it enters at number 18, just behind Le Mans ’66.

Rian Johnson’s Knives Out looks cosy in #5 as the film hit Amazon Prime in the UK earlier this week. Could we see the effect of that in next weeks chart…

New releases next week include a Blu-ray release of Jeannot Szwarc’s Supergirl (1984), Corneliu Porumboiu’s The Whistlers (DVD), and a limited edition Blu-ray release of David Fincher’s The Game (1997).

1Star Wars IV: A New Hope RE-ENTRY
21917↓ 1
3Sonic the Hedgehog↓ 2
4Dolittle↓ 3
5Knives Out↓ 4
6The Gentlemen↓ 5
7Joker↓ 6
8Jumanji – The Next Level↓ 7
9Bad Boys For Life– 9
10Birds of Prey↓ 8
*Compiled by the Official Charts Company, the UK’s biggest films on videos of the week, based on sales of DVDs, Blu-Rays and other physical formats, across a seven day period.

We shared the iTunes weekend chart a little earlier on Twitter and thanks to this week’s deals on the store, the Top 10 had a little shake up, but Trolls World Tour headlines the chart, whilst Mark Ruffalo appears twice! Check out the full chart in our tweet below.

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