Hollywood film maker James Cameron speaks during a news conference about the launching of the movie Avatar in Blue-Ray Disc and DVD in Sao Paulo, Sunday, April 11, 2010. (AP Photo/Andre Penner) By Andre Penner
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- "Avatar" is maintaining its popularity in the move from box office to home video, with sales of 6.7 million DVDs and Blu-ray disks in the first four days.
Twentieth Century Fox announced Sunday that James Cameron's sci-fi epic has sold 2.7 million Blu-rays and 4 million DVDs since April 22.
The combined sales brought in $130 million.
The studio says "Avatar" has become the fastest-selling Blu-ray of all time.
No announcement has been made regarding a 3-D DVD release, but a Fox spokesman said one can be expected in the future.
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