Star Wars: The Last Jedi might have become one of the most divisive installments in the Star Wars franchise, but the sequel to The Force Awakens still enjoys a lot of critical and commercial success.
Not only has the film become the ninth highest grossing film of all time at the global box office, but according to VarietyThe Last Jedi's home release made it to the top of the national home video sales charts.
Beating Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, The Last Jedi won the number one spot both on the Blu-Ray Disc chart and the NPD VideoScan overall disc sales chart (the chart which tracks the combined DVD and Blu-Ray sales).
While 80% of these first-week Last Jedi disc sales came from the film's Blu-Ray release, the film's 4K Ultra HD Blu-Ray sales also contributed to 15% of the total home release earnings of the film.
Third in the NPD VideoScan First Alert's Top Twenty list is Disney-Pixar's Coco. Justice League follows at fourth place while Ferdinand comes in at fifth.
Though there's no knowing how long The Last Jedi will keep its place on the list of top home release earners, it's likely the film will keep its hold on the number one spot for a while. Though the film does have a vocal set of dissenters, there's also quite a number of fans who appreciate the risks the film took.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is currently available on Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital HD.