ByVitor Caires, writer at Creators.co
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Vitor Caires

Even though a movie's box office numbers are a good sign of its popularity, we could agree that Blu-Ray sales reinforces that movie's popularity, because you can buy a ticket to see the movie only one time, but buying the movie in Blu-Ray, that's forever! Here is the list that the movie tracking website The Numbers has provided!

10- The Hangover

Although the 2 last movies were a disappointement, it had no effect in the Blu-Ray sales of the first movie wich is still a fun individual comedy that we all love.

Original Release Date: December 15, 2009

Total Units Sold: 3,435,979

Total Consumer Spending: $57,412,803

9- The Hunger Games

The original Hunger Games movie currently olds the number 9 spot in this list, but other young adult novel adaptations like Twilight and Harry Potter were kept out of this list.

Original Release Date: August 18, 2012

Total Units Sold: 3,636,290

Total Consumer Spending: $69,300,562

8- Guardians of the Galaxy

In addition to being one of the biggest, most critically-beloved domestic hits of the year, Guardians of the Galaxy is the only late 2014 movie to show up on this list and what’s even more amazing is the fact that it’s place at number eight only after a month and a half in release.

Original Release Date:December 9, 2014

Total Units Sold: 3,752,311

Total Consumer Spending: $78,901,028

7- Inception

There is a high rewatchability factor in Inception, generated both by its exciting, creative storytelling and the confusion generated by its complex, multi-layered plot.

Original Release Date:December 7, 2010

Total Units Sold: 3,841,600

Total Consumer Spending: $77,215,048

6-The Dark Knight Rises

It’s likely that the finale outranks its predecessors because it was the only one in the series released on home video during the height of the Blu-ray format’s popularity, but moving nearly 4 million units is quite an achievement.

Original Release Date:December 4, 2012

Total Units Sold: 3,971,577

Total Consumer Spending: $80,922,020

5- Star Trek

J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek reboot didn’t make as much theatrically as many of the other titles on this list, but it evidently has been a huge winner on home video. Maybe the release of Star Trek Into Darkness boosted the sales because the fans needed some refreshement of the latest movie.

Original Release Date: November 17, 2009

Total Units Sold: 3,997,167

Total Consumer Spending: $90,374,375

4- The Avengers

In 2012, Marvel Studios and Joss Whedon teamed up to create one of the most enthralling, entertaining, rewatchable blockbusters in recent memory. A great deal of the movie’s box office receipts were made up from people seeing the blockbuster multiple times in theaters.

Original Release Date: September 25, 2012

Total Units Sold: 5,216,212

Total Consumer Spending: $118,108,937

3- Despicable Me 2

Children movies always have some advantage in Blu-Ray sales, but stil holding a strong third position in this list it is 2 million copies sold behind the number 2.

Original Release Date: December 10, 2013

Total Units Sold: 5,761,489

Total Consumer Spending: $114,061,866

2- Avatar

Given that it is far and away the biggest movie of all time, Avatar has a logically high place on the list of all-time best sellers on Blu-ray. Although the movie was mented for the big screen experience it has a strong second place though it was recently disthroned by the new Blu-Ray sells champion.

Original Release Date: April 22, 2010

Total Units Sold: 7,376,176

Total Consumer Spending: $163,950,842

1- Frozen

This whole list was spurred on by the fact that there is a new champion of the all-time Blu-ray sales charts, and that champion is none other than the animated hit Frozen. Children movies have always the upperhand in Blu-Ray sales and now the new Walt Disney Animation movie is the new champion in Blu-Ray sales.

Original Release Date: March 18, 2014

Total Units Sold: 7,460,592

Total Consumer Spending: $158,682,212

via:(CinemaBlend)

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