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"Top Selling Blu-Rays and DVDs of 2013" list released by Home Media Magazine

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Home Media Magazine have released the top sellers list for 2013.

 

Top 25 Blu-Ray

 

Rank Title Studio Index*
1 Despicable Me 2 Universal 100.00
2 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Warner 82.26
3 Skyfall Fox/MGM 72.08
4 Monsters University Disney 66.95
5 Man of Steel Warner 62.67
6 The Little Mermaid: Diamond Edition Disney 58.05
7 Star Trek Into Darkness Paramount 57.79
8 Fast & Furious 6 Universal 56.92
9 Iron Man 3 Disney/Marvel 55.06
10 Wreck-It Ralph Disney 52.95
11 World War Z Paramount 42.64
12 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2 Lionsgate/Summit 39.47
13 Les Misérables Universal 38.09
14 Django Unchained Anchor Bay 36.76
15 Pacific Rim Warner 34.16
16 The Croods Fox/DreamWorks 33.63
17 The Wolverine Fox 32.92
18 Hotel Transylvania Sony Pictures 32.14
19 Rise of the Guardians Paramount/DreamWorks 31.17
20 Life of Pi Fox 30.44
21 Taken 2 Fox 28.58
22 Planes Disney 28.45
23 Peter Pan: Diamond Edition Disney 28.06
24 Oz the Great and Powerful Disney 26.03
25 Turbo Fox/DreamWorks 25.57

 

 

Top 10 combined sales (Blu Ray + DVD)

 

This Week's Rank Title Street Date Studio Genre  Box Office (millions) Blu-ray Share for Title Index*
1 Despicable Me 2 12/10/13 Universal Animated $367.97 51% 100.00
2 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2 3/2/13 Lionsgate/Summit Fantasy $292.32 23% 87.83
3 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Theatrical + Extended Cuts) 3/19/13 Warner Fantasy $303.00 48% 86.34
4 Monsters University 10/29/13 Disney Animated $268.49 50% 67.72
5 Skyfall 2/12/13 Fox/MGM Action $304.36 55% 65.84
6 Wreck-It Ralph 3/5/13 Disney Animated $189.42 41% 65.11
7 Fast & Furious 6 12/10/14 Universal Action $238.68 51% 55.91
8 Man of Steel 11/12/13 Warner Action $291.05 60% 52.32
9 The Croods 10/1/13 Fox/DreamWorks Animated $187.17 35% 48.93
10 Star Trek Into Darkness 9/10/13 Paramount Sci-Fi $228.78 60% 48.77

 

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Hobbit sold pretty damn well. I really don't think that movie was really disliked despite the lower box office for Hobbit 2

Yes indeed John :)..Man of Steel also was well liked.. Nice :) I knew tons of folks would

buy it..:) So much for MOS  2 wont do huge huge numbers over MOS1 :)... Avengers watchout!

 

 

 

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MOS outsold IM3?

 

Honestly, I did not see that coming.

 

 

Also, is there a ling to the actual sales?  All I can find is the weekly's

 

 

Edit: Never mind, found them:

 

http://www.homemediamagazine.com/top-sellers/2013-top-25-selling-blu-ray-discs

 

http://www.homemediamagazine.com/top-sellers/2013-top-25-sellers-dvd-blu-ray

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Fast 6 outsold IM3 eventhough it had less than a month of 2013 availability, incredible. It seems F6 is the "gotta watch this with the home theater and big screen" while IM3 is more "ehh lets rent from Redbox", when compared. This really says something about both movies post-theatrical popularity. And MOS at #5? Mm I guess it really did suck that bad, to be 4 spots ahead of its BOF "rival"...

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