Top money-makers

Consumer spending (includes DVD and VHS rentals and sales)

Rank Title Label/distributor Release Box office (mil.) Video Revenue
(mil.)
1 Monsters, Inc. Buena Vista Sept. 17 $255.9 $384.8
2 The Lord of the Rings NL/Warner Aug. 6 $313.4 $380.2
3 Spider-Man Columbia Nov. 1 $403.7 $347.7
4 Harry Potter Warner May 28 $317.6 $343.9
5 Ice Age Fox Nov. 26 $176.4 $230.0
6 The Fast and the Furious Universal Jan. 2 $144.5 $216.7
7 Attack of the Clones Fox Nov. 12 $308.8 $212.5
8 Lilo & Stitch Buena Vista Dec. 3 $145.8 $207.6
9 Ocean's Eleven Warner May 7 $183.4 $192.2
10 Training Day Warner March 19 $76.3 $179.5
11 Atlantis: The Lost Empire Buena Vista Jan. 29 $84.1 $156.9
12 Scooby-Doo Warner Oct. 11 $153.3 $151.2
13 Austin Powers in Goldmember New Line/Warner Dec. 3 $213.1 $147.4
14 American Pie 2 Universal Jan. 15 $145.1 $144.1
15 Black Hawk Down Columbia June 11 $108.6 $143.7
16 Men in Black II Columbia Nov. 26 $190.4 $140.5
17 A Beautiful Mind DreamWorks/Universal June 25 $170.7 $132.7
18 The Rookie Buena Vista Aug. 27 $75.6 $131.1
19 Snow Dogs Buena Vista May 14 $81.2 $122.9
20 Cinderella II: Dreams Come True Buena Vista Feb. 26 - $122.0
21 Beauty and the Beast Buena Vista Oct. 8 $145.9 $117.7
22 The Scorpion King Universal Oct. 1 $90.5 $111.4
23 Blade 2 New Line/Warner Sept. 3 $81.7 $105.5
24 Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron DreamWorks/Universal Nov. 19 $73.27 $103.2
25 Band of Brothers HBO/Warner Nov. 5 - $101.5

Source: Video Business research, including data from VSDA VidTrac, studios

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