Fault In Our Stars

‘The Fault In Our Stars’ Movie Will More Than Likely Break DVD Sales Records — Here’s Why!

The Fault in Our Stars is set to be released on DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday, September 16. Chances are that it will break records when it comes to DVD and Blu-ray sales — possibly becoming the highest-selling DVD of the year!

Keep in mind that there really has not been an “in-demand” DVD/Blu-ray released so far this year.

With such blockbuster films as Guardians of the Galaxy and X-Men: Days of Future Past being slated for release later on this year, The Fault in Our Stars has the chance to place its stake in the market long before any of those movies do.

What exactly does this mean for The Fault in Our Stars?

When September 16 rolls around, The Fault in Our Stars will more than likely break records fairly easily for three reasons: the millions of people that loved the book, the millions of people that loved the movie, and the millions of people that loved the book and the movie.

According to Twitter posts and reactions to this summer blockbuster movie being released on DVD, it is clear that it will more than likely be sold out in more places than you might think on Tuesday:

Most people already know that The Fault in Our Stars was a blockbuster film in its own way — especially since it automatically had a massive fan base due to the success of the New York Times bestselling book on which the movie was based.

Having The Fault in Our Stars movie become a massive success on DVD and Blu-ray will only push the studio closer to possibly creating a sequel. Even though the book was basically written to be a standalone story, there is an overabundance of ideas that can be used for possible sequels.

Could you imagine The Fault in Our Stars sequel?

Many people might feel that The Fault in Our Stars was a perfect movie just the way that it was, and that making it a sequel would only ruin it. However, if it done the right way, The Fault in Our Stars 2 might end up being a really good movie.

What do you think?

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