Universal Studios Home Video's The Hulk last week busted out as the nation's No. 1 DVD and VHS sell-through title and No. 1 rental title.
The movie earned an estimated $10.82 million during its first five days on rental shelves, while Columbia TriStar's "Charlie's Angles: Full Throttle" earned an estimated $10.8 million during its second week on rental shelves for a two-week cume of $24.2 million in rental revenue.
The debut of Columbia TriStar's "Whale Rider" earned an estimated $2.02 million in rental revenue during its first five days on rental shelves for the week ending Nov. 2.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
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