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Top 10 Indies in the iTunes Store This Week: 'We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks' and 'Stuck in Love' Top the List

Photo of Paula Bernstein By Paula Bernstein | Indiewire October 21, 2013 at 11:53AM

Each Monday we present you with the most up-to-date list of Top 10 (Indie) Movies in iTunes (this list combines rentals and purchases). This week, "We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks" (on sale at iTunes) topped the list.
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"We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks"
"We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks"

Each Monday we present you with the most up-to-date list of Top 10 (Indie) Movies in iTunes (this list combines rentals and purchases).

The big addition to the list this week is "We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks." Even though "The Fifth Estate," the fictional adaptation the same material, bombed at the box office, the publicity surrounding the theatrical release couldn't have hurt "We Steal Secrets." Plus, the Alex Gibney documentary was on sale (to rent for 99 cents).

"Stuck in Love" continues to perform well (it was #1 last week) as does "The Bling Ring" (#2 last week). The full list is below:

The top 10 indies in iTunes are listed below (number represents North American gross, where applicable):

1. We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks (Focus Features, $166,243)

2. Stuck in Love (Millenium Ent., $81,071)

3. A Hijacking (Magnolia Pictures, $414,437)

4. Dirty Wars (IFC, $371,245) 

5. The Bling Ring (A24,$5,845,732)

6. The Kings of Summer (CBS Films, $1,315,500)

7. The Place Beyond the Pines (Focus Features, $21,403,519)

8. Disconnect (LD Entertainment, $1,436,900)

9. Haunter (IFC Films, N/A)

10. Concussion (Radius-TWC, $24,464)

How many of these have you seen?


This article is related to: Tech, ITunes, We Steal Secrets: The Story Of Wikileaks, VOD, Streaming







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