Spy thriller Red Sparrow is set to make a strong debut on this week's Official Video Chart.
The Jennifer Lawrence-starring adaptation of the novel by Jason Matthews is a contender to top the chart this week with 19,100 sales, ahead of nearest rival The Greatest Showman by just over 4,000 to take the top spot at this midweek stage.
If The Greatest Showman does hang on to its current position at Number 1, it will be the first time the hit musical's has managed two consecutive weeks at the top.
Meanwhile 2004 animated hit The Incredibles makes a leap back into the Top 10, ahead of the cinema release of its long-awaited sequel this week.
Aussie thriller Sweet Country, starring Sam Neill, also looks set to make its debut, currently at 13, while Arnold Schwarzenegger-starring Killing Gunther is at 17, and Brad Pitt classic Fight Club is a re-entry at 18.
Children's animated heroine Moana makes a big leap up the Official Video Chart to return to the Top 20 at 19, and in the wake of England reaching the World Cup semifinal for the first time in 28 years, a profile of former England boss Bobby Robson – More Than a Manager – sees a surge to 27.
Also making a debut this week is biographical espionage movie Mark Felt: The Man who Brought Down the President, which stars Liam Neeson and tells the story of Richard Nixon's fall from grace following the Watergate scandal.