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Top 20 Blu-ray Market Share for the Week Ended 12/02/12




Rank Title Studio Share*
1 Bond 50: Celebrating Five Decades of Bond 007 Fox 97.30%
2 Captain America: The First Avenger Paramount/Marvel 83.13%
3 Prometheus Fox 81.02%
4 Iron Man 2 Paramount/Marvel 75.09%
5 Thor Paramount/Marvel 74.08%
6 Snow White and the Huntsman Universal 65.50%
7 Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows Warner 58.91%
8 Men in Black 3 Sony Pictures 58.79%
9 Hatfields & McCoys Sony Pictures 57.81%
10 The Amazing Spider-Man Sony Pictures 50.31%
11 The Dark Knight Warner 49.55%
12 The Avengers Disney/Marvel 49.15%
13 Cinderella Disney 48.35%
14 Brave Disney 46.81%
15 ParaNorman Universal 45.92%
16 Lawless Anchor Bay 45.59%
17 The Expendables 2 Lionsgate 44.03%
18 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 1 Warner 41.25%
19 Homeland: The Complete First Season Fox 41.18%
20 The Hunger Games Lionsgate 41.16%
       
Source: Nielsen VideoScan First Alert    
*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 Prometheus Fox 41.16%
2 The Amazing Spider-Man Sony Pictures 20.24%
3 Secret of the Wings Disney 15.85%
4 Men in Black 3 Sony Pictures 11.51%
5 The Polar Express Warner 11.18%
6 Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted Paramount/DreamWorks 10.65%
7 ParaNorman Universal 10.29%
8 The Avengers Disney/Marvel 9.98%
9 Brave Disney 8.86%
10 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 1 Warner 8.56%
11 Arthur Christmas Sony Pictures 7.38%
12 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 2 Warner 6.76%
13 The Lorax Universal 3.41%
14 Captain America: The First Avenger Paramount/Marvel 2.41%
15 Thor Paramount/Marvel 2.12%
16 Despicable Me Universal 1.61%
       
Source: Nielsen VideoScan First Alert    
**Percentage of overall unit sales of a Top 50 title in a 3D format    

 


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