‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Tops UK Home Entertainment Charts 

Top Gun: Maverick was the best-selling home entertainment title in UK in 2022, according to figures released today by the British Association for Screen Entertainment (BASE) and the Official Charts Company (OCC).

Tom Cruise’s high-flying sequel sold more than 1.2 million in DVD, Blu-ray and digital EST, reports Base and OCC. original 1986 top Gun It was also the largest rental title on the video on demand (VOD) platform.

marvel time travel Spider-Man: No Way Home was the second biggest domestic title with over 900,000 sales on DVD, Blu-ray and EST. The third film in Tom Holland’s Spidey series also recorded a rental performance of over 450k on VOD. encanto The best-selling children’s title was simultaneously released on Disney+.

More than 50 films debut as Premium Video on Demand (PVOD) titles in the UK in 2022. In total, UK consumers had almost 50 million subscriptions over the year, an increase of 6.4% year-on-year. These figures align with Disney+ and Netflix introducing new ad-tier options and new streamers like Paramount+ moving into the UK market.

HBO / Sky game of Thrones prequel house of dragons dominated the TV charts, taking the top spot, and am doctor TV DISC topped the chart with three titles in the top 10. Downton Abbey: A New Era Selling 190k DVD copies. Blu-ray and 4k UHD account for over 40% of physical sales in 2022. Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi epic duneStarring Timothée Chalamet, was the most popular physical title.

“UK home entertainment has evolved at an electrifying pace to meet the needs of the discerning audience,” said Liz Bales, Chief Executive of Bass. “With so many choices available these days, movie and TV lovers show us what they see. That said, a big box office number is still the biggest predictor of home entertainment success.” so it was great to see Top Gun: Maverick Turn your classic cinema performance into the biggest sellout of the year and an original top Gun The film had a huge box office result, proving once again that audiences love nostalgia.