Mamma Mia! – The Movie has become the best selling DVD of all time in the UK, according to the BVA (British Video Association).
Mamma Mia! − The Movie, released through Universal Home Entertainment, has sold over 6m DVDs since its release in 2008, according to charts supplied by the BVA based on data from the Official Charts Company (OCC).
The musical-comedy has knocked the The Lord Of The Rings – Fellowship Of The Rings (Entertainment in Video) off the number-one position.
The Lord of the Rings trilogy still dominates the charts, with each film holding a place in the top five best-selling titles, coming in at number two, three and five, selling in total almost 16m copies.
The Pirates Of The Caribbean – The Curse Of The Black Pearl (The Walt Disney Company) comes in at number four, having sold just over 5m copies to date.
Martin Talbot, Managing Director of OCC said: “Mamma Mia! is truly a phenomenon of our time, with one in four households now owning a copy.”
Mamma Mia! is the third-biggest grosser ever at the UK theatrical box office behind Avatar and Toy Story 3.
Mamma Mia! Singalong Screening Set for NYC's Ziegfeld Theatre on September 20 By: Brian Scott Lipton · Aug 10, 2011 · New York
A special singalong version of the film Mamma Mia! will be held on September 20 at New York City's Ziegfeld Theater. Ticketing information for the event will be announced shortly.
The film, which uses the hit music of the Swedish supergroup ABBA, is directed by Phyllida Lloyd, who also helmed the stage version. It stars Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgård, Christine Baranski, Julie Walters, Amanda Seyfried, and Dominic Cooper.
The Broadway version of Mamma Mia! will celebrate its 10th anniversary at the Winter Garden Theatre on October 18 with a special performance.
Hi all ! I found a interview of Judy Craymer of last November and she makes a small mention about a Mamma Mia ! sequel . This is my favourite movie of Pierce . I became a fan of he in this movie . Always I have been hoping but rumors ceased . But I can see the producers continue with the idea. Who do you think about this topic? blogs.artinfo.com/playbyplay/2013/11/08/mamma-mia-hits-a-major-milestone/
PD : I think that have to follow the same actors . Sorry for my english