"Deadpool's" reign has officially moved from the box office, where it scored $362 million domestically, to the home video market -- and it's still dominating. Variety has reported the results from "Deadpool's" first week home video sales, which sees the Merc's movie taking the top spot from "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
As revealed in NPD VideoScan's overall disc sales chart for the week ending May 15, "Deadpool" landed at #1 and trounced the competition in the top 20; the other 19 films combined moved less than 38% as many units as "Deadpool." "Deadpool" fans preferred to see their R-rated antics in HD, as 71% of the film's first week sales were for the film's Blu-ray release.
"Deadpool" bumped "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" down from the top spot to #2. "The 5th Wave," "The Revenant" and "The Boy" round out the top five.
This comes after "Deadpool" broke digital sales records earlier this month. The film sold 1 million downloads in its first week, setting a new record
"Deadpool" is available for purchase on DVD, Blu-ray, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray and digital video now.