Box office winners coming to home video

TRANSFORMERS

DreamWorks/Paramount

  • Available on DVD and HD DVD

  • Worldwide B.O.: $701 million

  • Par moved 8.3 million disc units in the week following the Oct. 16 DVD bow of the Michael Bay pic. No other title has moved faster this year.

    SPIDER-MAN 3

    Sony

    • Available today on DVD and Blu-ray

    • Worldwide B.O.: $891 million

  • The domestic box office champ this year with nearly $337 million in receipts, it will be rolled out in a web of six product SKUs designed to stick to even the slickest store shelves.

    SHREK THE THIRD

    DreamWorks/Paramount

    • Available Nov. 13 on DVD and HD DVD

    • Worldwide B.O.: $792 million

  • After falling short on ambitious sales goals for “Shrek 2″ — and triggering shareholder revolt in the process — Katzenberg and crew are hoping “Third’s” the charm.

    PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: AT WORLD’S END

    Disney

    • Available Dec. 4 on DVD and Blu-ray

    • Worldwide B.O.: $961 million

  • The release marks Disney’s first major Blu-ray foray. The high-def version sports a treasure chest of interactive fun. Missing, however, is a feature that lets the viewer sort out the script.

    THE SIMPSONS MOVIE

    Fox

    • Available Dec. 18 on DVD and Blu-ray

    • Worldwide B.O.: $523 million

  • When “d’oh!” means dough: After cleaning up with 10 seasons’ worth of “Simpsons” TV-on-DVD releases, Fox’s homevid arm now gets to market a global feature hit.

    HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIX

    Warner

    • Available Dec. 11 on DVD, Blu-ray and HD DVD

    • Worldwide B.O.: $936 million

  • A steady “Potter” pipeline has been instrumental in keeping Warner No. 1 in homevid market share for most of Daniel Radcliffe’s pre-adult life.
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