The week’s tip watched video-on-demand (VOD) films were announced Monday by Rentrak, formed on information collected over a duration May 14-20, with The Grey starring Liam Neeson (Battleship, Wrath of a Titans) holding a tip spot.
Newly expelled to VOD on May 15, a movement drama, costarring Dermot Mulroney (J. Edgar) and destined by Joe Carnahan (The A-Team), follows Alaskan oil workers who quarrel to tarry a craft pile-up and a container of bloody wolves.
Also only expelled and entering in second is Chronicle, an indie sci-fi thriller about high propagandize friends whose lives spin out of control when they benefit superpowers.
New to a list is One for a Money, a regretful action-crime comedy starring Katherine Heigl (Knocked Up) and a low-budget fear film The Devil Inside.
These new entries finally strike off Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, Alvin The Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, We Bought a Zoo and The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo.
Holdovers embody Underworld: Awakening starring Kate Beckinsale, crime thriller Contraband with Mark Wahlberg, regretful play The Vow starring Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams, New Year’s Eve with Sarah Jessica Parker and Ashton Kutcher, low-pitched comedy Joyful Noise with Queen Latifah and Dolly Parton, and Steven Soderbergh’s movement story Haywire with Michael Fassbender and Ewan McGregor.
According to Rentrak’s OnDemand Essentials, a tip 10 most-viewed titles are:
1. The Grey
3. The Vow
4. One for a Money
5. Underworld: Awakening
6. The Devil Inside
8. New Year’s Eve
9. Joyful Noise
On Amazon’s Instant Video ranking, Mad Men, a Golden Globe winning array about a 1960s ad biz starring Jon Hamm, stays a tip radio VOD, holding 5 of a 10 places on a chart.
Another AMC channel hit, The Killing, a American chronicle of Denmark’s strike crime series, binds a second spot, and Sherlock, a complicated take on a classical investigator stories starring Benedict Cumberbatch, also ranks.
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