List of best-selling films in the United States

This list of best-selling films in the United States is a list of the best-selling home video film titles sold in the United States. This list does not include digital purchases or video rentals.

Best-selling films

This is a list of the best-selling film titles sold in the United States across all home video formats, including VHS, DVD, and Blu-ray Disc (BD).

Title Video release All formats VHS DVD Blu-ray Revenue (est.)
The Lion King 1995 47,500,000 32,000,000[1] 11,900,000 [2] 3,680,000[3] $852,000,000[4][2][3]
Finding Nemo 2003 40,600,000 520,000[5] 38,800,000[2] 1,320,000[6] $801,400,000[5][2][6]
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 1994 35,000,000 27,000,000[7] 5,070,000[8] 2,960,000[3] $598,000,000[9][8][3]
Beauty and the Beast 1992 34,000,000 22,000,000[10] 7,500,000[11] 4,500,000[3] $554,000,000[12][11][3]
Titanic 1998 30,300,000 25,000,000[13] 4,900,000[14][15] 390,000[16] $655,000,000[17][18][16]
Aladdin 1993 29,600,000 25,000,000[19] 2,820,000[20] 1,810,000[21] $748,000,000[22][23][21]
Avatar 2010 26,500,000 N/A 19,000,000[7] 7,450,000[3] $400,000,000[24][3]
Spider-Man 2002 26,000,000 6,500,000[25] 19,500,000[25] 16,000[26] $727,000,000[25][26]
The Little Mermaid 1990 25,900,000 10,000,000[27] 13,400,000[28] 2,470,000[28] $565,000,000[29][28]
Cinderella 1988 25,800,000 17,000,000[10] 7,280,000[30] 1,470,000[30] $293,000,000[30]
Shrek 2001 25,300,000 15,400,000[1] 9,900,000[2] N/A $450,000,000[1][2]
Toy Story 1996 25,200,000 19,500,000[12] 4,920,000[31] 730,000[31] $401,000,000[12][31]
Independence Day 1996 24,300,000 22,000,000[13] 1,960,000[32][33] 384,000[33] $588,000,000[34][32][33]
Cars 2006 23,400,000 N/A 23,100,000[35] 320,000[35] $334,000,000[35]
Jurassic Park 1994 23,000,000 21,000,000[13] 1,480,000[36] 520,000[37] $345,000,000[38][36][37]
The Dark Knight 2008 21,800,000 N/A 19,200,000[39] 2,620,000[3] $317,000,000[39][3]
Frozen 2014 21,600,000 N/A 14,000,000[40] 7,600,000[3] $401,000,000[40][3]
One Hundred and One Dalmatians 1992 21,100,000 15,900,000[27] 4,580,000[41] 590,000[42] $264,000,000[43][41][42]
How the Grinch Stole Christmas 2001 20,800,000 12,800,000[1] 7,390,000[44] 650,000[45] $337,000,000[1][44][45]
Shrek 2 2004 20,700,000 2,000,000[46] 18,710,000[46][47] N/A $348,000,000[46][47]

Best-selling films by format

VHS

This is a list of the best-selling VHS titles in the United States.

Title VHS release Sales Revenue (est.) Revenue (est. inflation)
The Lion King 1995 32,000,000[1] $520,000,000[4] $855,000,000
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 1994 27,000,000[7] $430,000,000[9] $727,000,000
Aladdin 1993 25,000,000[19] $625,000,000[22] $1,080,000,000
Titanic 1998 25,000,000[13] $500,000,000[17] $769,000,000
Beauty and the Beast 1992 22,000,000[10] $318,000,000[12] $568,000,000
Independence Day 1996 22,000,000[13] $550,000,000[34] $879,000,000
Jurassic Park 1994 21,000,000[13] $315,000,000[38] $503,000,000
Toy Story 1996 19,500,000[12] $290,000,000[12] $463,000,000
Pocahontas 1996 17,100,000[12] $216,000,000[12] $345,000,000
Cinderella 1988 17,000,000[10] $108,000,000[30] $229,000,000
Toy Story 2 2000 16,600,000[1] $290,000,000[1] $436,000,000
One Hundred and One Dalmatians 1992 15,900,000[27] $150,000,000[43] $268,000,000
Shrek 2001 15,400,000[1] $254,000,000[1] $359,000,000
The Return of Jafar 1994 15,000,000[48] $345,000,000[49] $583,000,000
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 1987 15,000,000[50] $300,000,000[13] $662,000,000
The Lion King II: Simba's Pride 1998 15,000,000[51] $300,000,000[52] $461,000,000
Fantasia 1991 14,200,000[43] $209,000,000[12] $384,000,000
Pinocchio 1993 13,400,000[27] $335,000,000[53] $566,000,000
How the Grinch Stole Christmas 2001 12,800,000[1] $206,000,000[1] $291,000,000
Home Alone 1991 11,000,000[27] $275,000,000[54] $506,000,000
Bambi 1989 10,600,000[43] $168,000,000[55] $340,000,000
Tarzan 2000 10,500,000[1] $210,000,000[1] $316,000,000
Batman 1989 10,500,000[27] $190,000,000[13] $384,000,000
Aladdin and the King of Thieves 1996 10,300,000[12] $257,000,000[56] $411,000,000
The Little Mermaid 1990 10,000,000[27] $270,000,000[29] $431,000,000

DVD

This is a list of the best-selling DVD titles in the United States.

Title DVD release Sales Revenue Source(s)
Finding Nemo 2003 38,800,000 $677,000,000 [2]
Cars 2006 23,100,000 $326,000,000 [35]
Spider-Man 2002 19,500,000 $565,000,000 [25]
The Dark Knight 2008 19,200,000 $283,000,000 [39]
Avatar 2010 19,000,000 $235,000,000 [7][24]
Shrek 2 2004 18,200,000 $316,000,000 [2]
Transformers 2007 17,000,000 $295,000,000 [57]
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl 2003 16,600,000 $316,000,000 [2]
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest 2006 16,500,000 $318,000,000 [58]
The Incredibles 2005 15,600,000 $285,000,000 [2]
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End 2007 15,500,000 $314,000,000 [59]
Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith 2005 15,100,000 $269,000,000 [2]
Despicable Me 2010 15,100,000 $202,000,000 [60]
The Matrix 1999 15,000,000 $375,000,000 [61][62]
Ratatouille 2007 15,000,000 $189,000,000 [63]
The Polar Express 2005 14,800,000 $223,000,000 [2]
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers 2003 14,700,000 $280,000,000 [2]
Frozen 2014 14,000,000 $240,000,000 [40]
Up 2009 13,800,000 $232,000,000 [64]
Twilight 2009 13,500,000 $238,000,000 [65]
300 2007 13,400,000 $277,000,000 [66]
The Little Mermaid 2006 13,400,000 $218,000,000 [28]
Happy Feet 2007 13,100,000 $207,000,000 [67]
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 2004 12,500,000 $257,000,000 [2]
WALL-E 2008 12,500,000 $204,000,000 [68]
Monsters, Inc. 2002 12,300,000 $215,000,000 [2]
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe 2006 12,200,000 $447,000,000 [69]
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring 2002 12,000,000 $257,000,000 [2]
The Lion King 2003 11,900,000 $220,000,000 [2]
Madagascar 2005 11,900,000 $213,000,000 [2]
Shrek the Third 2007 11,800,000 $177,000,000 [70]
Spider-Man 2 2004 11,600,000 $174,000,000 [71]
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix 2007 11,500,000 $254,000,000 [72]
The Hangover 2009 11,500,000 $200,000,000 [73]
The Jungle Book 2007 11,300,000 $281,000,000 [74]
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 2006 11,100,000 $542,000,000 [75]
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 2009 11,000,000 $222,000,000 [76]
Toy Story 3 2010 10,800,000 $192,000,000 [77]
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse 2010 10,800,000 $181,000,000 [78]
Iron Man 2008 10,700,000 $182,000,000 [79]
The Passion of the Christ 2004 10,500,000 $189,000,000 [2]
The Twilight Saga: New Moon 2009 10,400,000 $204,000,000 [80]

Blu-ray

This is a list of the best-selling Blu-ray Disc (BD) titles in the United States.

Rank[3] Title BD release Sales Revenue
1Frozen20147,600,000$161,000,000
2Avatar20107,470,000$164,000,000
3Despicable Me 220135,940,000$115,000,000
4Beauty and the Beast20104,500,000$102,000,000
5Star Wars: The Force Awakens20165,920,000$152,000,000
6The Avengers20125,260,000$120,000,000
7The Lord of the Rings: The Motion Picture Trilogy20044,336,413$257,128,953
8Jurassic World20154,315,469$96,753,967
9Guardians of the Galaxy20143,950,000$83,000,000
10Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs20093,993,495$100,639,067

LaserDisc

This is a list of the best-selling LaserDisc (LD) titles in the United States.

Title LD release Sales Source(s)
Terminator 2: Judgment Day 1993 350,000 [81]
The Lion King 1995 150,000 [12]
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 1994 100,000
True Lies 1995 100,000 [81]

UMD

This is a list of the best-selling films on Sony's proprietary Universal Media Disc (UMD) format for the PlayStation Portable (PSP) platform in the United States.

Title UMD release Sales Source(s)
Spider-Man 2 2005 1,000,000 [82]
Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children 2005 470,000 [83][84]

Best-selling films by year

This is a list of the best-selling video titles sold on DVD and/or Blu-ray Disc in the United States by year.

2006

Rank[85] Title Sales Revenue
1Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest14,476,924$274,307,204
2Cars13,198,050$208,489,867
3The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe11,541,429$332,737,406
4Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire10,506,129$207,907,139
5Wedding Crashers8,426,280$138,091,895
6King Kong7,593,120$140,091,801
7Over the Hedge7,571,037$120,893,405
8Ice Age: The Meltdown7,323,372$119,646,977
9Walk the Line7,099,384$120,356,749
10The Little Mermaid6,873,207$105,855,230

2007

Rank[86] Title Sales Revenue
1Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End13,699,490$279,046,391
2Transformers13,251,378$251,422,293
3Happy Feet12,225,634$196,875,349
430012,110,490$243,204,618
5Ratatouille11,233,232$169,016,024
6Shrek the Third10,889,584$162,691,569
7Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix9,905,305$200,157,478
8Night at the Museum8,585,495$145,161,282
9The Brave One7,458,254$138,809,474
10Spider-Man 36,845,349$114,754,483

2008

Rank[87] Title Sales Revenue
1The Dark Knight10,944,319$191,678,575
2Iron Man8,400,343$151,418,634
3Alvin and the Chipmunks7,559,643$127,641,260
4Kung Fu Panda7,486,642$115,040,292
5WALL-E7,413,548$117,131,222
6I am Legend7,043,136$126,160,041
7National Treasure: Book of Secrets5,863,257$92,955,147
8Enchanted5,322,631$86,315,101
9Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull5,314,370$103,340,817
10Bee Movie4,712,821$75,473,010

2009

Rank[88] Title Sales Revenue
1Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen11,154,737$251,247,838
2Twilight10,405,491$198,416,222
3Up10,160,995$199,248,148
4Star Trek8,717,856$142,561,921
5Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince8,547,218$118,628,758
6The Hangover8,068,523$148,835,183
7Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa7,789,128$107,713,190
8X-Men Origins: Wolverine5,646,233$101,074,698
9Monsters vs. Aliens5,430,970$99,548,530
10Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs5,229,856$90,338,613

2010

Rank[89] Title Sales Revenue
1Avatar15,984,303$308,421,543
2Toy Story 310,967,197$209,605,460
3The Twilight Saga: New Moon8,564,722$186,703,432
4The Twilight Saga: Eclipse8,209,155$154,745,017
5The Blind Side7,925,127$113,533,863
6Iron Man 26,931,591$157,661,923
7Despicable Me6,675,913$127,226,540
8How to Train Your Dragon6,255,514$136,006,186
9Alice in Wonderland5,229,486$101,783,950
10Inception5,204,776$104,473,794

2011

Rank[90] Title Sales Revenue
1Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 19,918,642$143,167,689
2Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 28,137,963$128,580,195
3Tangled8,096,773$144,241,933
4Cars 25,838,012$107,894,962
5Transformers: Dark of the Moon4,742,541$89,875,729
6Bridesmaids4,738,083$72,368,721
7Rio4,728,294$76,558,227
8Megamind4,073,992$63,076,062
9The Help3,836,404$73,441,093
10The Hangover Part II5,204,776$104,473,794

2012

Rank[91] Title Sales Revenue
1The Hunger Games10,260,319$180,306,529
2The Avengers9,380,157$190,683,937
3Brave8,031,037$145,230,978
4The Dark Knight Rises7,681,848$124,340,808
5The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 17,025,392$132,531,680
6The Lorax6,386,831$107,251,718
7Ted5,327,684$101,882,232
8Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows5,090,104$77,689,629
9Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted3,965,694$65,665,489
10Puss in Boots3,635,289$65,695,382

2013

Rank[92] Title Sales Revenue
1Despicable Me 29,256,658$170,985,093
2The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 26,330,303$95,048,591
3The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey6,243,460$98,989,683
4Monsters University5,492,411$111,012,114
5Skyfall5,158,688$95,600,230
6Fast & Furious 65,067,428$103,474,129
7Wreck-It Ralph4,775,100$112,300,386
8Man of Steel4,548,095$90,507,424
9Hotel Transylvania3,828,329$77,045,672
10Taken 23,589,443$61,043,038

2014

Rank[93] Title Sales Revenue
1Frozen18,146,499$335,295,426
2The Hunger Games: Catching Fire6,223,060$110,892,615
3Guardians of the Galaxy5,300,895$95,542,781
4The Lego Movie4,864,495$105,187,209
5The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug4,666,637$95,121,267
6How to Train Your Dragon 23,661,804$62,111,911
7Maleficent3,652,429$66,967,622
8Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles3,644,860$79,849,311
9Transformers: Age of Extinction3,587,127$57,979,925
10Thor: The Dark World3,424,818$63,725,360

2015

Rank[94] Title Sales Revenue
1Jurassic World5,830,947$116,230,988
2Inside Out5,281,960$95,451,757
3Minions5,241,405$94,062,288
4Big Hero 65,058,550$96,750,237
5The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 14,533,392$73,036,788
6American Sniper4,299,577$73,823,666
7Furious 74,188,485$66,411,157
8Avengers: Age of Ultron3,671,021$68,150,184
9The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies3,394,509$70,269,361
10Home3,369,212$59,815,243

2016

Rank[95] Title Sales Revenue
1Star Wars: The Force Awakens7,433,275$174,271,258
2Finding Dory5,479,887$91,542,276
3Zootopia4,783,887$96,827,503
4Deadpool4,756,364$84,593,757
5Captain America: Civil War3,903,614$73,300,722
6The Secret Life of Pets3,564,882$78,158,675
7Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice3,548,159$73,864,026
8The Good Dinosaur3,065,028$58,193,536
9The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 22,831,212$49,456,053
10Suicide Squad2,501,924$63,717,229

2017

Rank[96] Title Sales Revenue
1Moana4,394,672$116,286,634
2Beauty and the Beast4,255,929$85,131,977
3Rogue One: A Star Wars Story3,985,851$81,081,110
4Wonder Woman3,850,584$93,095,921
5Trolls3,530,413$73,822,484
6Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 23,342,461$64,933,483
7Sing3,298,699$62,868,456
8Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them2,780,803$57,143,378
9Spider-Man: Homecoming2,612,740$57,143,378
10Logan2,284,265$46,549,464

2018

Rank[97] Title Sales Revenue
1Black Panther4,491,947$91,442,758
2The Greatest Showman4,382,399$66,902,034
3Star Wars: The Last Jedi4,056,387$87,221,669
4Coco3,773,022$72,832,051
5Avengers: Infinity War3,741,298$112,828,246
6Incredibles 23,370,994$66,651,533
7Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle3,350,043$65,038,272
8Deadpool 23,345,571$58,730,229
9Thor: Ragnarok3,216,969$67,412,970
10Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom3,035,911$59,335,071

Best-selling film series (VHS)

Series VHS debut Sales Revenue (est.)
Aladdin 1993 50,300,000[19][48][12] $1,230,000,000[22][49][56]
The Lion King 1995 47,000,000[1][51] $820,000,000[4][52]
The Land Before Time 1989 45,000,000[51] $1,000,000,000[98]
Toy Story 1996 36,100,000[12][1] $580,000,000[12][1]
Star Wars Trilogy 1982 35,000,000[99] $873,000,000[100]

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