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Top-Selling Blu-rays in the United States 2013

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RankTitleUnits SoldTotal Consumer Spending
1 Despicable Me 2 4,680,793 $93,556,013
2 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 3,084,792 $76,737,534
3 Man of Steel 2,713,413 $56,828,020
4 Fast and Furious 6 2,612,779 $61,672,200
5 Monsters University 2,602,641 $61,629,556
6 Skyfall 2,490,778 $50,445,978
7 The Little Mermaid 2,060,368 $68,138,453
8 Star Trek Into Darkness 2,019,493 $49,627,863
9 Wreck-It Ralph 1,858,390 $56,438,333
10 The Wolverine 1,726,935 $35,422,573
11 Pacific Rim 1,594,427 $26,595,920
12 Iron Man 3 1,513,434 $50,017,827
13 Les Miserables 1,490,173 $34,713,475
14 World War Z 1,388,238 $32,958,555
15 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 1,270,673 $25,359,922
16 Django Unchained 1,240,373 $27,548,316
17 Disney Planes 1,213,255 $25,320,781
18 The Croods 1,125,054 $28,115,012
19 Rise of the Guardians 1,120,730 $23,067,125
20 Lincoln 1,093,984 $10,862,550
21 Life of Pi 1,045,585 $22,997,232
22 Turbo 1,041,898 $22,467,698
23 Hotel Transylvania 1,029,614 $26,721,091
24 The Heat 996,981 $20,573,131
25 Epic 976,461 $18,256,017
26 Taken 2 950,673 $18,363,743
27 Peter Pan 931,639 $25,120,242
28 G.I. Joe: Retaliation 853,149 $16,994,570
29 Oz the Great and Powerful 852,221 $23,898,852
30 Argo 800,180 $26,500,110
31 We're the Millers 739,757 $14,797,603
32 Despicable Me 738,148 $11,704,239
33 Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters 703,564 $16,654,844
34 The Lone Ranger 674,952 $15,595,509
35 Oblivion 658,872 $13,170,284
36 Olympus Has Fallen 658,110 $15,227,583
37 RED 2 644,092 $13,546,718
38 Zero Dark Thirty 641,917 $4,228,197
39 A Good Day to Die Hard 638,779 $12,069,481
40 Monsters, Inc. 596,731 $17,706,863
41 Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters 578,076 $15,788,893
42 Flight 577,613 $10,745,220
43 42 559,317 $11,173,907
44 Elysium 558,626 $13,372,126
45 The Hangover 3 541,749 $12,458,005
46 Identity Thief 538,157 $11,744,766
47 The Dark Knight Rises 527,075 $9,096,479
48 The Great Gatsby 526,925 $15,538,796
49 Pitch Perfect 525,125 $15,228,859
50 Jack Reacher 524,918 $9,964,577
51 The Sound of Music 522,834 $13,979,671
52 Game of Thrones: The Complete Second Season 522,294 $17,918,901
53 Now You See Me 510,849 $10,394,929
54 Star Wars: The Complete Saga (Episodes I-VI) 492,730 $44,450,442
55 The Hunger Games 481,441 $7,487,126
56 Jack the Giant Slayer 479,869 $11,265,349
57 Looper 477,558 $10,345,254
58 Les Miserable 446,105 $5,393,393
59 The Smurfs 2 445,364 $9,858,042
60 Beauty and the Beast 430,169 $9,880,958
61 Silver Linings Playbook 430,021 $9,585,253
62 White House Down 423,155 $10,105,125
63 Safe Haven 398,573 $9,162,101
64 The Conjuring 395,140 $9,345,591
65 End of Watch 380,438 $8,654,010
66 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 375,345 $9,023,268
67 2 Guns 374,164 $7,084,061
68 Grown Ups 2 371,487 $8,905,521
69 Red Dawn 359,997 $8,614,833
70 Ted 354,673 $6,263,936
71 After Earth 350,166 $6,750,450
72 The Avengers 327,558 $8,634,031
73 Happy Feet / Happy Feet 2 320,420 $4,131,725
74 Dredd 311,274 $6,393,360
75 Finding Nemo 308,305 $8,965,634
76 Independence Day 303,021 $4,926,933
77 The Bible 296,659 $11,169,209
78 R.I.P.D. 295,029 $6,874,091
79 Parental Guidance 291,256 $3,261,558
80 Brave 287,731 $5,529,422
81 Dirty Dancing 287,490 $3,458,520
82 Pain & Gain 287,080 $5,500,047
83 The Great Gatsby 277,295 $3,593,736
84 Avatar 276,895 $5,808,387
85 Blade Runner 273,451 $3,702,190
86 This is 40 270,892 $6,734,324
87 Elf 267,271 $2,642,524
88 Gangster Squad 264,117 $6,397,584
89 One Direction: This is Us 263,234 $6,069,099
90 This is the End 262,715 $5,958,577
91 Cloud Atlas 255,715 $5,636,382
92 Back to the Future - The Complete Trilogy 250,741 $12,534,618
93 Ice Age: Continental Drift 243,204 $4,436,015
94 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 & 2 238,313 $6,787,567
95 Frankenweenie 233,185 $7,199,325
96 Evil Dead 233,050 $5,146,985
97 Snitch 222,030 $4,436,852
98 Aliens 221,569 $2,820,693
99 The Wizard of Oz 217,424 $5,019,916
100 The Internship 212,940 $4,566,592

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 Media Play News.

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.

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