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September 25, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

All of those summer tentpole flicks that flooded theaters, one on top of the other, will now be coming to video stores, one on top of the other. One week after Disney/Marvel’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier dominated the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert sales chart, Warner Bros.’ Godzilla has arrived to do the same. The movie, which actually made its theatrical debut in May and grossed $200 million domestically, was challenged by 20th Century Fox’s teen tearjerker The Fault in Our Stars, that also produced solid sales to come in at No 2. Captain America, meanwhile slipped to No. 3 although it retained its leadership on Home Media Magazine‘s rental chart. (Godzilla and Fault come from studios that require a 28-day wait before they’re released by the two largest video renters, Redbox and Netflix. Coming off the 28-day wait the Sony comedy,Think Like a Man Too debuted on the rental chart at No. 2.