According to The Hollywood Reporter, Transformers topped the DVD and rental charts for a second straight week:
Robots rule — again. Showing remarkable staying power, Paramount Home Entertainment’s DVD release of DreamWorks’ “Transformers” remained at the top of both the national sales and rental charts for a second consecutive week.
On the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert chart for the week ending Oct. 28, “Transformers” beat back a strong challenge from Walt Disney Studios’ “Meet the Robinsons,” which debuted at No. 2.
On Home Media Magazine’s rental chart, “Transformers” posted a revenue drop of just 14% from the previous week to remain at No. 1, with $8.6 million in revenue. “Mr. Brooks” bowed at No. 2, with rental earnings of $7.4 million, while “Meet the Robinsons” came in at No. 3, with $6.5 million.
On the HD DVD sales chart, “Transformers” remained at No. 1 for the second consecutive week…
Source: The Hollywood Reporter