Universal's spring box-office hit Oblivion starring Tom Cruise and Morgan Freeman, which brought in $286 million worldwide during its theatrical run, debuted on DVD and Blu-ray Disc last week at the top of the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert sales charts. The film sent last week's No. 1 film, Paramount's G.I. Joe: Retaliation, to No. 2. While actual sales figures are not released, Home Media Magazine said that G.I. Joe sales were 31 percent of those for Oblivion. Lionsgate's Mud debuted on both charts in third place. On Home Media's rental chart, G.I. Joe: Retaliation remained on top. Universal will not make Oblivion available for rent on Netflix and Redbox until 28 days after the retail release, but another Universal film, the comedy Admission, which ended its 28-day embargo last week, came in at No. 2 on the rental chart, followed by Lionsgate's Mud.
Squeeze came to the South-East coast to entertain a packed out Leas Cliff Hall.