Nov 29, 2016 04:10 AM EST

Consumers Buy 'Finding Dory' Over 'Game Of Thrones' Disc Copies

By J Regulano
The World Premiere Of Disney-Pixar's 'Finding Dory'
Now more than ever is the time for Dory to be grateful after brimming disc sales over HBO's "Game Of Thrones."
(Photo : Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images)

Apparently, there is now this one thing that Dory will never forget despite his short term memory loss. "Finding Dory" hits the top of the disc sales over the "Game Of Thrones" HBO TV series in the latest count. 

Despite the effort of Kit Harrington being the Jon Snow of "Game Of Thrones," as well as the release of the Seven Kingdoms Wine, Goblets and other astounding merchandises, still the Walt Disney's sequel to "Finding Nemo," "Finding Dory" claimed the crown of being in the top of the disc sales. "Finding Dory" has brimming sales after "Game Of Thrones," "Star Trek Beyond," "Sausage Party," and "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."

Now, the challenge for the Walt Disney is to maintain the sales knowing that a lot more competitive movies and shows are up in the first quarter of 2017. The Variety reported that around 70 percent of the total sales of DVD copies were the "Finding Dory" movie. This is a big stats given that the movie was just released in the middle of the year, dated June 16, 2016, in the United States. 

With the "Finding Dory" topping the NPD VideoScan First Alert, The "Independence Day: Resurgence" then topped the Top 10 Home Media Magazine rental chart. These charts are last updated just this November 20, 2016. 

Other movies coming up this December 2016 are "La La Land," "Sing," and "Moana." While it is kind of difficult for these movies to pass on the sales of the sequel to "Finding Nemo," there still have the chance to get more hits on the first quarter of 2017. Other movies that have potentials on being on top, according to the list of Movie Insider are the "Pirates of the Caribbean," "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2," "Smurfs, the Lost Village," "Beauty and the Beast," and "Logan."

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