Redbox, America's movie rental destination, had a record-breaking 2 million rentals last New Year's Eve and according to a national survey, 47 percent of American movie-watchers will celebrate New Year's Eve this year by watching a movie at home.
Redbox makes it easy with $1 a night DVD rentals and $1.50 a night Blu-ray Disc® rentals at its approximately 24,900 locations nationwide.
Looking to celebrate the New Year with a new movie? Here's a list of some great new releases available now:
Top Movies for New Year's Eve:
From Iron Man 2 to Toy Story 3, the following are the year's top rentals by category based on rentals occurring in 2010. Many are still available at redbox® locations nationwide, so movie lovers still have a chance to end the year with a favorite:
Top Movies of 2010
Top Adrenaline Rush Movies of 2010
Top Family Fun Movies of 2010
Top Bromance Movies of 2010
Top Tearjerker Movies of 2010
Top Chick Flick Movies of 2010
It's easy to make New Year's Eve a night in with redbox. Movie lovers can reserve new release DVD or Blu-ray movies online and pick them up at the redbox kiosk of their choice. Finding the nearest redbox location is easy on www.redbox.com, via the redbox iPhone® app, or by texting REDBOX to 50101.
An online study of 1,014 nationally representative Americans ages 18 and older, conducted on behalf of redbox by Kelton Research in December 2010.
About Redbox -Redbox Automated Retail, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Coinstar, Inc., offers new release DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals through its network of conveniently located, self-service kiosks. Redbox has rented more than one billion movies and is available at approximately 24,900 locations nationwide, including select McDonald's restaurants, leading grocery, drug and convenience stores, select Walmart locations and Walgreens locations in select markets. For more information, visit www.redbox.com