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Tarantino’s ‘Bill’ Makes a Killing on DVD
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Quentin Tarantino’s bloody revenge tale “Kill Bill-Vol. 1,” starring Uma Thurman, sold more than 2 million DVDs during its first day in release, according to studio executives.
While Tuesday’s 2 million first-day sales figure is not a record, it does bode well for Tarantino’s pop culture comedy, whose sequel opens in theaters Friday via Miramax.
“‘Kill Bill’ is an extraordinary achievement and reaffirms that Quentin’s films are true movie events,” Miramax chief operating officer Rick Sands said.
Warner’s “The Matrix Revolutions,” starring Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne and Carrie-Anne Moss, was the top-selling DVD for the week ending April 11, according to Nielsen VideoScan’s First Alert weekly sales chart.