A24 wins again, everywhere at the same time, on VOD

Netflix original movie “Luther: Fallen Sun” took the top spot, but Oscar winner “All Quiet on the Western Front” “Pinocchio” did not make the list.

Two A24 Oscar-winning films rose on Tuesday’s iTunes list. However, none of the winning Netflix titles made it back into the top 10. Three different movies topped the VOD charts this week, which is unusual, but even stranger is that none of them topped all three.

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” ($19.99) and “The Whale” ($4.99) jumped to No. 1 and No. 2 on the iTunes platform, which usually quickly reflects increased interest. The films climbed to second and third place on Google Play, likely reflecting interest ahead of this weekend’s Oscars.

Google Play has “Dragon Ball Hero: Super Hero” (Crunchyroll, $5.99) on top, while Vudu has “80 for Brady” (Paramount, $19.99) at No. 1. Among the chart leaders, “Everything” and “Dragon Ball” made another list, while “Brady” was only on Vudu. These differences can be explained by various factors: Vudu pushes up PVOD releases with its revenue-based ranking, Google Play lags a few days behind, and iTunes often favors titles aimed at older audiences. But it’s usually these elements that make the small differences, not the alternate universes.

New to VOD is Cocaine Bear (Universal, $19.99) and already at #6 on iTunes. It will be number one on every site next week. In the meantime, A24 can count on the seven Oscar winners “Everything Everywhere All at Once”. It brought the film back to $19.99 (available for purchase) at the time of the markup, which puts about $14 of each purchase into A24’s pocket. Even more impressive: It’s still playing in theaters and available on Showtime and Hulu.

Best overall is “The Man Called Otto” (Sony/$14.99), the only film in the top five, while new release “Missing” (Sony/$14.99) is the only other title on all three lists.

Direct Domestic Release “The Ritual Killer” (Screen Media, $6.99) from director George Gallo (whose screenplay credits include “Midnight Run” and “Bad Boy”) is a Mississippi serial killer/black magic thriller starring Morgan Freeman. new post. It reached number six on iTunes.

Netflix’s past Oscar winners rarely return to the top 10 list after the awards show. It’s still early days, but neither “All Quiet on the Western Front” nor “Pinocchio” returned after the award. Both had decent initial runs.

Luther.  Idris Elba as John Luther in Luther.  BC John Wilson/Netflix © 2023

“Luther: The Fallen Sun”

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Its current top 1o remains dominated by studios, with eight slots, including Brad Pitt in second-place “World War Z” and four “Hunger Games” movies. The now-dropped “Luther: The Fallen Sun” is a feature film reboot of the British police series starring Idris Elba, produced by Netflix in association with BBC Films. “Faraway,” a German romantic comedy set in Croatia, is currently at No. 5.

iTunes and Google Play rank movies daily based on the number of transactions. These lists as of Tuesday, March 14th. The distributors listed are current rights holders. All address prices are for rent.


1. Everything everywhere at once (A24) – $19.99

2. The whale (A24) – $19.99

3. The Fabelmen (Universal) – $5.99

4. The ritual killer (Screen Media) – $6.99

5. A man called Otto (Sony) – $14.99

6. Cocaine Bear (Universal) – $19.99

7. I miss you (Sony) – $14.99

8. Talking women (United Artists) – $5.99

9. CATHAR (Focus) – $5.99

10. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Disney) – $5.99

Google Play

1. Dragon Ball Super: Superhero – $9.99

2. Everything everywhere at once (A24) – $19.99

3. The whale (A24) – $19.99

4. A man called Otto (Sony) – $14.99

5. The Fabelmen (Universal) – $5.99

6. Knock in the cabin (Universal) – $19.99

7. Puss in Boots: The last wish (Universal) – $19.99

8. The unbearable weight of great talent (Lionsgate) – $5.99

9. I miss you (Sony) – $14.99

10. Top Gun: Maverick (Paramount) – $5.99


Vudu ranks based on revenue, not transactions, promoting premium VOD titles. This list is March 6-12.

1. 80 to Brady (Paramount) – $19.99

2. I miss you (Sony) – $14.99

3. A man named Otto (Sony) – $14.99

4. Knock in the cabin (Universal) – $19.99

5. Dragon Ball Super: Superhero (Crunchy Roll) – $9.99

6. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Disney) – $5.99

7. Puss in Boots: The last wish (Universal) – $19.99

8. Magic Mike’s Last Dance (WBD) – $19.99

9. The whale (A24) – $19.99

10. Aircraft (Lionsgate) – $19.99

Netflix movies

The most viewed, current ranking on Netflix’s daily hit list for Tuesday, March 14. Originals also include titles produced and purchased by Netflix, which will initially be shown in the United States. On Tuesday, Netflix will release its own weekly top 10 based on watch time.

1. Luther: The Fallen Sun (Netflix UK Original)

2. World War Z (2013 cinema release)

3. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013 cinema release)

4. Turbo (2013 cinema release)

5. Away (Netflix German Original)

6. The Hunger Games (2012 cinema release)

7. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 (2o15 in cinemas)

8. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (2014 cinema release)

9. Rank (2011 cinema release)

10. Minions: The Rise of Gru (cinema release in 2022)

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