DVD rental firm Blockbuster has become the latest UK High Street firm to go into administration after struggling against online competitors.
The chain has 528 stores and employs 4,190 staff.
Deloitte, the accountancy firm which will now take over running the firm, said Blockbuster UK would keep trading while it tries to find a buyer.
Music chain HMV and camera-seller Jessops both went into administration earlier this month.
"We are working closely with [Blockbuster UK's] suppliers and employees to ensure the business has the best possible platform to secure a sale, preserve jobs and generate as much value as possible for all creditors," said Lee Manning, from Deloitte's Restructuring Services practice.
"The core of the business is still profitable and we will continue to trade as normal in both retail and rental whilst we seek a buyer for all or parts of the business as a going concern.
"During this time gift cards and credit acquired through Blockbuster's trade-in scheme will be honoured towards the purchase of goods."
Many people were unhappy with the administrators' decision not to accept HMV gift vouchers, some of which had been given as Christmas presents.
It is not yet known what will happen to HMV's branches and 4,350 staff. Unusually, all of Jessops' 187 branches closed within days of administrators being appointed.