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All-Time Best-Selling Blu-ray Titles in the United States

RankTitleTotal unitsTotal
Consumer
Spending
Original
Video Release
Date
1 Frozen 7,513,905 $159,005,218 Mar 18, 2014
2 Avatar 7,396,260 $163,155,699 Apr 22, 2010
3 Despicable Me 2 5,920,947 $115,080,747 Dec 10, 2013
4 Star Wars Ep. VII: The Force Awakens 5,710,945 $145,893,758 Apr 1, 2016
5 The Avengers 5,236,073 $119,896,450 Sep 25, 2012
6 Beauty and the Beast 4,451,128 $101,528,174 Oct 8, 2002
7 Jurassic World 4,023,302 $93,040,595 Oct 20, 2015
8 The Dark Knight Rises 3,939,056 $80,245,700 Dec 4, 2012
9 Guardians of the Galaxy 3,828,808 $80,552,857 Dec 9, 2014
10 Despicable Me 3,746,445 $77,662,155 Dec 14, 2010
11 Inception 3,736,414 $74,849,178 Dec 7, 2010
12 Star Trek 3,668,252 $83,802,064 Nov 17, 2009
13 The Hunger Games 3,629,024 $68,859,895 Aug 18, 2012
14 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 3,523,486 $86,417,769 Mar 19, 2013
15 Lord of the Rings - The Motion Picture Trilogy 3,511,349 $216,850,610 Dec 14, 2004
16 Deadpool 3,420,175 $62,907,799 Apr 29, 2016
17 Minions 3,400,310 $63,414,522 Nov 24, 2015
18 Man of Steel 3,298,192 $67,771,659 Nov 12, 2013
19 The Hangover 3,296,051 $54,902,445 Dec 15, 2009
20 Finding Dory 3,229,758 $57,112,881 Oct 25, 2016
21 Fast and Furious 6 3,056,439 $75,275,103 Dec 10, 2013
22 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I 3,034,182 $58,849,847 Apr 15, 2011
23 Star Wars: The Complete Saga (Episodes I-VI) 3,004,168 $261,130,524 Sep 27, 2011
24 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire 2,996,669 $58,378,554 Mar 7, 2014
25 The Lion King 2,945,741 $88,264,765 Mar 3, 1995
26 Star Wars: The Original Trilogy 2,914,416 $122,548,038 Sep 21, 2004
27 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 2,898,906 $74,487,435 Oct 9, 2001
28 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part II 2,890,966 $59,472,720 Nov 11, 2011
29 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story 2,818,912 $60,076,694 Mar 24, 2017
30 Captain America: Civil War 2,816,321 $55,042,187 Sep 13, 2016
31 Big Hero 6 2,762,904 $53,918,277 Feb 3, 2015
32 Monsters University 2,744,475 $65,856,822 Oct 29, 2013
33 Inside Out 2,739,707 $57,981,436 Oct 13, 2015
34 Transformers: Dark of the Moon 2,732,377 $55,583,632 Sep 30, 2011
35 The Dark Knight (See note) 2,617,456 $33,620,249 Dec 9, 2008
36 Skyfall 2,610,128 $52,474,932 Feb 12, 2013
37 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince 2,560,023 $41,530,951 Dec 8, 2009
38 Brave 2,547,427 $53,749,493 Nov 13, 2012
39 The Little Mermaid 2,498,047 $77,540,511 Dec 7, 1999
40 Iron Man 2 2,494,519 $55,021,235 Sep 28, 2010
41 Zootopia 2,446,401 $51,985,447 Jun 7, 2016
42 The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug 2,431,519 $62,134,798 Apr 8, 2014
43 Up 2,418,314 $83,329,408 Nov 10, 2009
44 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 2,408,699 $54,498,887 Jun 28, 2016
45 The Avengers: Age of Ultron 2,404,709 $50,508,661 Sep 8, 2015
46 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 2,385,365 $50,130,075 Oct 20, 2009
47 The Secret Life of Pets 2,365,211 $59,413,464 Nov 22, 2016
48 Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides 2,357,904 $59,068,191 Oct 18, 2011
49 Star Trek Into Darkness 2,355,043 $59,478,474 Sep 10, 2013
50 The Sound of Music 2,335,447 $65,103,838 Dec 7, 1992

Sales estimates are for sales since July 21, 2009, when our Blu-ray sales tracking started. Sales for The Dark Knight are therefore incomplete. All other titles have complete data. The release date is the date of the original release of the title on video.

Our DVD and Blu-ray sales estimates are based on weekly retail surveys, which we use to build a weekly market share estimate for each title we are tracking. The market share is converted into a weekly sales estimate based on industry reports on the overall size of the market, including reports published in Home Media Magazine.

For example, if our weekly retail survey estimates that a particular title sold 1% of all units that week, and the industry reports sales of 1,500,000 units in total, we will estimate 15,000 units were sold of that title. The consumer spending estimate is based on the average sales price for the title in the retailers we survey.

We refine our estimates from week to week as more data becomes available. In particular, we adjust weekly sales figures for the quarter once the total market estimates are published by the Digital Entertainment Group. Figures will therefore fluctuate each week, and totals for individual titles can go up or down as we update our estimates.

Because sales figures are estimated based on sampling, they will be more accurate for higher-selling titles.