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Top 20 Blu-ray Market Share for the Week Ended 10/19/14




Rank Title Studio Share*
1 Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods Funimation 73.88%
2 Sleeping Beauty Disney 63.79%
3 X-Men: Days of Future Past Fox 60.89%
4 Transformers: Age of Extinction Paramount 54.24%
5 Edge of Tomorrow Warner 51.88%
6 Fargo: Season One Fox 50.51%
7 Captain America: The Winter Soldier Disney/Marvel 50.46%
8 Mr. Peabody & Sherman Fox/DreamWorks 47.64%
9 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Sony Pictures 45.10%
10 Godzilla (2014) Warner 41.17%
11 A Million Ways to Die in the West Universal 39.85%
12 X-Men: First Class Fox 37.32%
13 Lone Survivor Universal 36.73%
14 The Lego Movie Warner 35.99%
15 Penny Dreadful: The Complete First Season Paramount/CBS 33.56%
16 Vikings: The Complete Second Season Fox 30.48%
17 The Fault in Our Stars Fox 30.00%
18 Million Dollar Arm Disney 29.14%
19 The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Warner 28.04%
20 Neighbors Universal 27.97%
       
Source: Nielsen VideoScan First Alert (based on unit sales from reporting retailers)  
HomeMediaMagazine.com    
*Percentage of sales of a title in the Blu-ray format    
  Note: Concurrent DVD & Blu-ray Releases Only. This is a list of titles appearing in the overall top 50 for which consumers have equal chance to buy either the DVD or Blu-ray. Titles receiving a recent Blu-ray-only release are omitted.    
       

3D Market Share

   
Rank Title Studio Share**
1 Captain America: The Winter Soldier Disney/Marvel 16.30%
2 X-Men: Days of Future Past Fox 12.97%
3 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Sony Pictures 10.57%
4 Edge of Tomorrow Warner 9.00%
5 Transformers: Age of Extinction Paramount 5.74%
6 Godzilla (2014) Warner 5.49%
7 Mr. Peabody & Sherman Fox/DreamWorks 3.42%
8 The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Warner 3.39%
9 The Nightmare Before Christmas Disney 1.19%
10 The Lego Movie Warner 1.17%
11 Hotel Transylvania Sony Pictures 0.37%
       
       
Source: Nielsen VideoScan First Alert (based on unit sales from reporting retailers)  
HomeMediaMagazine.com    
**Percentage of overall unit sales of a Top 50 title in a separate 3D format    

 


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